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October 25, 2009


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Just my two cents - how does one become a parent in this society without being at least somewhat aware of the story? (I mean, other than becoming a parent at 13, which has much bigger problems than worrying about a movie's content.) With as many movie versions of this as there have been, pretty much any semi-literate adult who is NOT aware of the spectres in the film has been ignoring it to the point that I imagine they would ignore this one as well.

Also, the film IS rated PG for scary scenes.

Hey Gina, this is only partially related to Dickens but I thought I'd share something that can't be considered scary at all! Behold "Chuzzlewit" the squirrel:

Never realized what a great name that is for a squirrel, lol.

Too cute!!

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