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Should we be allowing children to watch movies that contain violence, social commentary, etc

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Started: 8/31/2016 Category: Arts
Updated: 8 months ago Status: Debating Period
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hannah_bremner

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people with the philosophy that children's minds are too feeble and innocent to experience movies with violent images and can't have movies with clever commentary are the reason the quality of children's movies have gone down immensely. I have noticed that whenever a children's movie with violence, social commentary and parts that make you feel scared or sad parents tend to want to discourage kids from watching them. when you take those things away it essentially ruins the movie because the characters don't change, no one learned anything and the children end up not caring about what happens because they know nothing will happen to the characters to effect them.children need to experience these things before they grow up desensitized to the world.
and because of these things this basically making children dumber and lowering the quality of children's movies.
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