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ENTERTAINMENT OR FREAK FLICK Entertainment today is usually considered low quality because of the fact that people enjoy violent action thrillers as a form of an adrenalin rush How the flicks affect our daily life still remains a question due to society versus our children and how they are exposed to violence Violence is all over on television in movie theaters even child age books Horror films action movies and cartoons are a bad influence on anybody of any age Its all about the way we perceive it A child being exposed to such influential thrillers action pact movies or books is wrong Mixed messages go through their minds and they are really unsure of how to interpret what they have just witnessed on television Its really quite disturbing to know that RL Stein the author of the Goosebumps novels is writing and producing movies and books for children When a parent can sit down with their children and watch a Goosebumps film will then realize it isnt a good idea to allow a youngster to read or watch this particular authors work Fairytales are fantasy and to a child that is entertainment but turning a fairytale into a scary movie is purely morbid Pinnochios Revenge a film which proves the puppet is a mass murderer is harsh for an adolescent to watch A child can and should be able to see what exactly a horror movie is depending on the intensity of the movie but to turn a fantasy into a freak film is outrageous Power Rangers is also child based teaches children about heroism violence does not need to be included but yet its all about fighting the bad guy If we are all insane then sanity becomes matter of degree King 456 Learning to protect children in our society form such vivid entertainment starts by making sure they are safe from negative influences Parents who witnessed the outcome
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