My niece was watching Night At The Museum movies she heard some of the characters on there saying hell now she's saying it. Her mom says it's bad. She also said that this shouldn't even be a kids show. I don't think it's bad I love those movies. Her mom said she's not allowed to watch them anymore. I love them I think they're the funniest and the best movies ever. When she started to say it her mom asked her where she got it from she said the movie and the cowboy was saying it. He's her favorite character she's always trying to act like him. She's only 3. I first saw it when it came in theaters I was 14. I dont even remember they're being bad words in it. It's been a while since I've seen them I haven't even seen the 3rd one yet but I'm wanting to. Is it really that bad?
Most Helpful Girl
The movies aren't to blame, the parenting is. My kid watches movies with bad words in them, and I have explained to her that we don't say those words because some people don't like them and they're silly. So even when she hears people down the street say it (who I can't control) she knows they're "silly" words and we won't repeat them. And she's 3! So if the parent can't teach the child, the film isn't to blame, nor is any media, the parent is.0
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Oh jeeze... There are a lot worse things she could be saying, but maybe those movies are a bit much for a 3 year old...
I don't really find any word offensive but can understand not wanting a 3 yr old going around saying things that other people might find rude or offensive, it might make your aunt feel like people will think she's a bad parent.
Maybe try and get your niece to say "heck" in place of "hell" and wait a few more years for movies beyond Pixar /Disney type stuff?1