Originally Posted by sbm1001
No offense, but if I saw a 4.5 y.o. & 16 mo. old out with their parents at the HP midnight show, I'd be judgmental & wonder why in the world those parents would drag their kids to it. And I'd know the obvious answer. And I'd not like the answer.
I'm not ususally judgmental, but when I see little kids out with their parents at places they don't have to be, late at night when they should be sleeping, it irks me.
The only thing that would bother me about them taking little kids to a midnight movie, is that I don't want a little kid sitting behind me in a movie. If I go to a movie at midnight (which I am far too lazy to do) I would assume that there are no toddlers in the theater at that time. Four or five year olds wouldn't concern me, but a kid under three would be noisy and distracting to me.
It may be wrong of me, but I don't like to go to movies with toddlers in the theater. Even though H.P is technically a child's movie, I still don't want to share it with small children.
We saw Shooter in the theater. It was rated R and pretty violent. There were two families with kids all under the age of three. My husband was so mad, all the kids were running up and down the stairs, crying, yelling, talking about the blood. They pretty much ruined the movie.
Why don't theaters stop families from bringing kids into R rated movies???
(O.K, that was a thread drift)