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My 11 year old love Terminator, good Christmas present

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mwaters28;3151291

Have you seen this not a great price, (£12) but great a t … Have you seen this not a great price, (£12) but great a t shirthttp://www.play.com/Clothing/T-Shirts/4-/6884208/Fonejacker-George/Product.html#



I can't think of anything more embarrassing than walking round with an advert saying 'I watch Fonejacker'. :whistling:

Okay, maybe 'Coronation Street Rox' might beat that.

Xtina fan;3150976

My 11 year old love Terminator, good Christmas present



Your 11 year old likes things rated 15 and 18!

Lol

ryouga;3152254

Your 11 year old likes things rated 15 and 18!Lol



Yes that scared me too!

ryouga;3152254

Your 11 year old likes things rated 15 and 18!Lol



yeah i saw terminator / robocop / aliens / predator / total recall when i was well below 15. Think i was only 10 when i got robocop on vhs from my parents? whats your point? The qualification for certification has changed greatly since the eighties - there has to be extended nudity or drug taking for something to rate 18 these days. Look at 30 days of night incredibly violent only a 15. Starship troopers is only a 15 as well.

However im sure my folks wouldnt have got me robocop as a kid if it had extended drug / porn scenes. Interesting that we view this as more 'wrong' than graphic violence but it is for some reason. Maybe its because we have better / earlier established mechanisms for dealing with violence but not nudity/sex or drugs - ie its harder to understand the contexts when you are younger.... or maybe im just waffling cos im bored.... :whistling:

Braveheart is rated 15 and thats highly graphically violent, much more so than the 18 rated Terminator..

It is a plain and simple truth that everyone sees films below certificate age, this has always been the case and always will be. Something like Buffy for example would have carried an X certificate in the cinema anytime up until about 1975 yet it is now acceptable early evening entertainment. I think, certainly in the home that a parent can judge what is suitable for their children (of course you will get the odd one who lets their kids watch anything without a thought for what effect it might have). I'm fine letting my five year old watch Pirates of the Caribbean, and Lord of The Rings films... certificate 12 on all those I believe. Having said that my daughter is nearly 11 and I can't see me letting her watch Robocop... possibly not The Terminator but I'm guessing by the time my son reaches that age he would be OK with either of those - that's not a gender decision... just my assessment of how they would react. So I don't think there's any need to throw hands up in horror at someone's decision to allow their child to see films below the certificate age.

Ordered, heat added - thanks

RiKx;3152871

Starship troopers is only a 15 as well.



I'm pretty sure Starship Troopers was a 15 at the cinema but then reclassified 18 for its DVD release.

Beefnoodlez;3153003

Braveheart is rated 15 and thats highly graphically violent, much more so … Braveheart is rated 15 and thats highly graphically violent, much more so than the 18 rated Terminator..



The Terminator was an 18 in the cinema & on the original VHS releases, but it was reclassified 15 for DVD.

NinjaMonkeyUK;3153681

I'm pretty sure Starship Troopers was a 15 at the cinema but then … I'm pretty sure Starship Troopers was a 15 at the cinema but then reclassified 18 for its DVD release.



true - thats a lil weird, gremlins was also reclassified upwards as well. The dvd is a 15 it was a PG originally im pretty sure or a 12. It may have been the first to rec. a 12.. not sure tho.

NinjaMonkeyUK;3153681

The Terminator was an 18 in the cinema & on the original VHS releases, … The Terminator was an 18 in the cinema & on the original VHS releases, but it was reclassified 15 for DVD.



the vhs was defo an 18 tho..... :thumbsup:

Dear Mr Echo;3153036

It is a plain and simple truth that everyone sees films below certificate … It is a plain and simple truth that everyone sees films below certificate age, this has always been the case and always will be. Something like Buffy for example would have carried an X certificate in the cinema anytime up until about 1975 yet it is now acceptable early evening entertainment. I think, certainly in the home that a parent can judge what is suitable for their children (of course you will get the odd one who lets their kids watch anything without a thought for what effect it might have). I'm fine letting my five year old watch Pirates of the Caribbean, and Lord of The Rings films... certificate 12 on all those I believe. Having said that my daughter is nearly 11 and I can't see me letting her watch Robocop... possibly not The Terminator but I'm guessing by the time my son reaches that age he would be OK with either of those - that's not a gender decision... just my assessment of how they would react. So I don't think there's any need to throw hands up in horror at someone's decision to allow their child to see films below the certificate age.



truth. Its worth mentioning that Watership Down is a U and that disturbed me more than any film up to the ring lol

RiKx;3154852

truth. Its worth mentioning that Watership Down is a U and that disturbed … truth. Its worth mentioning that Watership Down is a U and that disturbed me more than any film up to the ring lol



:thumbsup:

Banned

Dear Mr Echo;3153036

...just my assessment of how they would react. So I don't think there's … ...just my assessment of how they would react. So I don't think there's any need to throw hands up in horror at someone's decision to allow their child to see films below the certificate age.


Yet some parents are badly informed. When working at HMV a parent bought True Crime New York on PS2 for a under 12. This mentioned the 'N' word in the introductory sequence. Appropriate language for the context - or liable to be repeated in the playground?

Consider the parent who picked up Ghost recon and Vegas for 360 and asked 'which is easier for my boy'? The child was less than 8. "he finds them too difficult; which is better for the little 'uns". They are 18. I bit my lip since it is a parents right to give their child the game or DVD. We can ask does responsible parenting corrolate with supply of 18 certification of DVDs? Not directly, but there is a case for assessing the responsibilty of parents actions and the child's subsequent behaviour that the government should really look into. Incidently, no DVD or game should be banned but we need a mechanism where we can stop content getting into minors hands. Or improve education of parents to make considered choices.

MBeeching;3151893

I can't think of anything more embarrassing than walking round with an … I can't think of anything more embarrassing than walking round with an advert saying 'I watch Fonejacker'. :whistling:Okay, maybe 'Coronation Street Rox' might beat that.



Maybe your just getting old

The old dracula has just been re-released not R rated like it was when it first came out, its rated 12a should be a PG if you ask me.

By the age of 8 (1992) I had seen every Arnold Schwarzenegger movie ever made. My parents not only knew this but encouraged me to take an interest in cinema. I shudder to think about the horrible boring lives of kids who are forced to watch 3rd rate kids cartoons as their only introduction to film.

Banned

belovedmonster;3157536

By the age of 8 (1992) I had seen every Arnold Schwarzenegger movie ever … By the age of 8 (1992) I had seen every Arnold Schwarzenegger movie ever made. My parents not only knew this but encouraged me to take an interest in cinema. I shudder to think about the horrible boring lives of kids who are forced to watch 3rd rate kids cartoons as their only introduction to film.


;-)Quality cinema!
Books, TV, magazines, theatre, opera, music...and TOTAL RECALL! Now, cinema has many high points, if you're watching an 18 see a clockwork orange or the chainsaw massacre; at least point to a specific example of quality cinema. Keep in mind that fantasia as cartoon cinema is majestic. I love the Terminator and am buying the shirt - but are standards of debate really this low (or am I wrong and this is a joke...I hope so because it is funny)? And, yes, I am stoking trouble out of boredom.

Banned

You are all mad. How old are you all again? Please list ur ages

Talk about steering off course *tut tut*

Gone up to a fiver now.

in 2 hours price changed

it always was a fiver, you have to use the 20% off code....and not forget like i did....doh

Banned

Adnan786;3158714

You are all mad. How old are you all again? Please list ur ages :pTalk … You are all mad. How old are you all again? Please list ur ages :pTalk about steering off course *tut tut*


I iz (I am) thirteen (30) years old.
Man (?)

Aren't all threads here always going off course?

24 innit

no medium, anyone who got large how big is it?
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