G-Rated Film Analysis

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VI. Analysis of G-rated movies content To develop my conclusions on this subject I developed a research project on the most popular G-rated animation movies to see what kind of situations happen in them. It is important to know what type of things the children are watching, since many small children like to watch the same movie multiple times and then tend to be exposed to these situations numerous of times. The majority of these movies I watched myself to make my own analysis and later consulted Internet resources to see other people’s opinions, this way I could verify the information present on these websites. The movies selected were taken from the list of the highest grossing films across the G-rated spectrum and I selected the first…show more content…
The effects of alcohol include staggering, hiccups or flushed face; and of drugs include turning green or coughing, however none of those movies had healthy messages about the negative consequences of using such things. Although I cannot search if children that watch movies that contain alcohol and/or tobacco are more likely to use drugs, I still can say that those children are being exposed to it and it is important that the parents give realistic portrayal of drug effects on their…show more content…
Many children later talked to me about scenes that scared them somehow or movies that made them cry, between those I notice the appearance of some traumas caused by these movies. For instance, there was a girl that watched a movie where a women received a vaccine which turns her into an horrendous monsters and that caused her to be afraid of vaccines (she didn’t know name of the movie). However, many children were also excited to talk about movies that they liked and made them laugh, and some liked the characters so much in these movies that they got to the point of imitating them. There was a boy that commented he watched the cartoon ‘Rabbits’; I did not first understand what the name of the show was so he demonstrated the behaviour of the characters by hitting himself in the wall
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