My 13-yr-old wants to see X2 and Reloaded. I don't think he's quite mature enuf to see either (have looked up reviews on both). Would like input from those who have seen 'em. (Just because a film is rated PG-13 doesn't mean it's appropriate for 13-yr-olds, IMHO.) Would you let your kid see them?
BTW, while at the theater to see Holes with my 12 and 13yo, I saw a man in line at the snack counter w/three 5yo's, who were cutting up, as they do - all excited to be going to the movies! I asked them what they were going to see. "X-men!!" they shouted. HUH???? I couldn't believe it!! They were TOO, TOO young to be taken to that!! Or am I TOO conservative?? Opinions expressed here are solicited for curiosity's sake only.
Thanks! -- D
May 29, '03
XMan and Reloaded are no worse than your average video game IMHO. Star Wars had as much fighting as XMen. There's a lot of fight scene and bullets flying in Reloaded, and a mildly graphic sex scene.
Depends on your history with your kids. I would think today's sophisticated kids would be o.k. with it. But if they are a little more sheltered then no.
Last edit by Tweety on May 29, '03