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Question  Posted: 11:51 AM, January 18th (Saturday)

I sent home permission slips for my 15/16 year old students to watch the Film Glory, as it's rated R for violence and historical use of the n-word. The movie is 25 years old and honestly would probably be a PG or PG-13 rating (at most) today. One of the mother's made me laugh by writing on the slip "After watching 'Wolf of Wallstreet' with SON, I feel like everything else is tame."

So.... what is the most inappropriate film you have watched with your parents/children? My parents were prudes and rarely watched a Rated-R film. However, my mom for my birthday acquiesced and took me to see the South Park movie (Because she liked the TV show). The whole Satan-Saddam Hussein romance scenes were really, really awkward. I know someone that watched Showgirls with their parents (the unrated version).

So... what are your stories?


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Default  Posted: 12:00 PM, January 18th (Saturday)

I brought Rocky Horror Picture Show to my Dad's one weekend. (I was 16) and he let my little half sister watch it...She was 7 or 8!!

Her Mom was PISSED!

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Default  Posted: 12:13 PM, January 18th (Saturday)

Took the boys to see Transformers when they were younger. The first 5 minutes with Megan Fox on the motorcycle ... Their little just entering puberty bodies kept trying not to look at me.. or the movie.. I was embarrassed for them.


When I was about 8 or so, my Dad and Grandpa were stuck with me for the day. They decided to go to the movies. "The Deer Hunter" seemed like a good choice . 1/2 way though my Dad started having serious flash backs, so we had to leave... Not wanting to waste a trip, we saw "Octopussy" instead. It was a quiet ride home.


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Default  Posted: 12:22 PM, January 18th (Saturday)

It wasn't really a movie, but my dear MIL was visiting from out of state. We had HBO and there was a Sam Kinison special on. I don't know what the hell we were thinking that we thought my dear MIL would like him or that we would be comfortable with Sam describing how to perform oral sex on a woman with MIL sitting there!

I was visiting my parents from out of state. Dad and I decided to go see "My Cousin Vinny" which we enjoyed greatly, but the use of "fuck" was constant and made me uncomfortable because my Mom and Dad are very devout and conservative Christians and never, ever speak like that.

eta: When we got home my Dad told my Mom that it was a good thing she didn't want to go to the show because the language was a "little rough".

[This message edited by SisterMilkshake at 12:24 PM, January 18th (Saturday)]


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Default  Posted: 3:51 PM, January 18th (Saturday)

I was in Jr HS when Halloween came out. My dad had a real issue with us seeing nudity in movies or on TV. My younger brother and I begged him that we wanted to see the movie and that there wouldn't be any nudity. He screamed that the first time he saw anything, we'd be going to bed. The very first scene had nudity. My brother and I were never so still or so quiet. We didn't move a muscle. It was never discussed again after that.

When I was on my late 20s or early 30s my mother wanted to see Raindeer Games. When Cherlize Theron dropped her top I had flashbacks to Halloween and was just as still that day in the theater as I was that night in our living room.


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Default  Posted: 4:06 PM, January 18th (Saturday)

Top trump all of the above thanks to my dad and the era of video shops!!

My dad once (many years ago) brought home a video (remember those- I barely do ) called Caligula (this is how memorable it was-- I still recall the title!)

He was told it was about the Roman Empire but, when we as a family started watching it, it started out with a man in bed with a horse then the scene switched to a Roman orgy!!

After a while ( I was very young so I don't know if we watched for 30 seconds or 3 minutes) my parents realised this was a porno film and both jumped to stop this film!!!


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Default  Posted: 4:26 PM, January 18th (Saturday)

Oh, MrsDoubtfire, you made me start laughing so hard and then I started coughing uncontrollably and then, *TMI* literally, wet my pants.


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Default  Posted: 4:29 PM, January 18th (Saturday)

You did Caligula as a Family Movie Night??!!?!?


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Default  Posted: 4:42 PM, January 18th (Saturday)

I remember watching White Palace with my Mom. Well, at least until the scene with Susan Sarandon and James Spader. I decided I was tired and had to go to bed. Much too hot a scene to watch with one's Mom. I was in my 30s.

When my daughter was three, we took her to see Gremlins at the theatre. When the Gremlins came through the movie screen (it looked real in the theatre) she jumped up and ran out. I ran after her but those little legs were fast!

When we got home that night, she brought her stuffed Gizmo to our room and said that he needed to sleep with us.


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Default  Posted: 4:44 PM, January 18th (Saturday)

SMS and GA- yes.... Caligula was a family movie!!

SMS- you just had the same response as my mom... Although she didn't do the laughing and went straight to cough/ vomit mode (I think she wet herself before these responses but before we realised there was an issue with the "family film "


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Default  Posted: 4:46 PM, January 18th (Saturday)

By the way- did you all know Caligula was a porno???


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Default  Posted: 4:47 PM, January 18th (Saturday)

Oh, I''m afraid I have MrsDoubtFire''s story beat.

Just like her it was when video stores first started popping up. I mean they were so new the stores rented video players because a lot of customers didn''t even own VCRs yet. We were on vacation at my maternal grandparent''s lake house for a week and my parents decided to go to a video store and rent a player and several movies. One of the movies...I Spit on Your Grave. I think they were expecting it to be a cheesy action movie about revenge (ala Chuck Norris or Clint Eastwood''s movies of the day). As I recall a friend of my dad''s recommended it to him.

Needless to say all of us were only too anxious to put in another movie.


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Default  Posted: 4:54 PM, January 18th (Saturday)

Brandon!!
Oh. My. Goodness.


Years after this came out my mates wanted to watch this..

DS and Mods- we may need a " recollection of film night" forum if this continues...


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Default  Posted: 7:24 PM, January 18th (Saturday)

I never heard of that movie. I just looked it up on IMDB. It sounds horrible.


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Default  Posted: 7:29 PM, January 18th (Saturday)

I never heard of that movie. I just looked it up on IMDB. It sounds horrible.
I did the same thing, ga and it does sound horrible. I will never watch it. Can't get into torture.


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Default  Posted: 7:44 PM, January 18th (Saturday)

Caligula?????
I Spit on Your Grave????

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Default  Posted: 7:55 PM, January 18th (Saturday)

We let our son watch Robocop when he was 4. He loved it! We wound up buying him all the toys associated with the movie. He played Robocop for years.

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Default  Posted: 8:13 PM, January 18th (Saturday)

Caligula?????
I Spit on Your Grave????

Now you guys have me reminiscing about middle school (no parents involved)


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Default  Posted: 9:16 PM, January 18th (Saturday)

We watched Tommy Boy over and over with both kids. I didn't think too much about it until I heard one ds (about 8 or 9 @the time) repeating the scene when Richard knocks on the door while Tommy is trying to sleep. <falsetto voice> "Housekeeping! You want me jerk you off?"

Poor kid had no idea what he had said or why I was standing there with my mouth hanging open.


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Default  Posted: 9:23 PM, January 18th (Saturday)

My dad let me watch "the life of Brian" when I was in 7th grade. Yep. Full frontal male nudity. Awkward.


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Default  Posted: 9:28 PM, January 18th (Saturday)

Now you guys have me reminiscing about middle school (no parents involved)

Get the heck off my lawn little kid and don't even think about asking to borrow my BetaMax.

We had a nice family night at the theater and saw Airplane! I happened to be sitting between my Mom and my lil sister when Elaine had to reinflate the automatic pilot.


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Default  Posted: 9:47 PM, January 18th (Saturday)

When I was college age my mom took me to see the movie "Sliver". It looked like a thriller movie which it was but.... There was a very explicit sex scene with Sharon Stone and William Baldwin. A little doggy style if you will. Yikes, without the internet back in the day I didn't realize it was NC-17 originally with just a little "cut" to get to R.


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Default  Posted: 9:49 PM, January 18th (Saturday)

Mine isn't *that* kind of inappropriate...mine is more, "I grew up in the 80's, when Freddy, Jason and Poltergeist were popular," inappropriate. I was forced to watch those movies when I was, I shit you not, 4 and 5 years old It's no wonder I was afraid of the dark Now, though, I love scary movies...but I don't watch those movies with the kids around. Although, the other night, American Pie (the original) just happened to be on and Do3K started watching it. Good thing our bedroom door was closed


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Default  Posted: 11:50 PM, January 18th (Saturday)

I took my grandmother out to lunch and a movie one day, and we just picked a movie from the list at the box office. We chose the General's Daughter. I had to sit through a brutal rape scene right out of the gate with my sweet, tiny old Mema watching right next to me. I think I was around 18.


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Default  Posted: 8:15 AM, January 19th (Sunday)

My dad and I used to sneak-watch South Park on TV when I was like 15 or so, (it premiered when I was a freshman in high school) because my mom hated it and thought it was stupid. So when the film came out, my dad took me to see it... needless to say, the second song is titled "Uncle F***er" and the ending features a giant talking clitoris. I dunno if I was too young.... But it was definitely awkward.


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Default  Posted: 2:06 PM, January 19th (Sunday)

I can't remember the movie but I know there was a sex scene in one and I froze and stared out the window until I could tell by the dialogue it was over. I could feel my dad's stare on the side of my head lol.

Mrs. Doubtfire you made me snort.

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Default  Posted: 3:53 AM, January 20th (Monday)

Brandon thanks for naming a move I will now never watch. I had to look it up that is brutal.
Yeah, I know, right?


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Default  Posted: 12:59 PM, January 20th (Monday)

Mine was probably when I was 13 and my Dad and I watched "The Wraith". He wanted me to see it because it was filmed in my home town, apparently not knowing about the topless scenes.

I thought it was awesome!


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Default  Posted: 1:10 PM, January 20th (Monday)

I remember when we were younger and my dad watching Porky's and laughing his head off, we didnt get it, now watching it is the funniest movie every, and now my husband laughs just like my dad did way back then lollollol


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Default  Posted: 3:06 PM, January 20th (Monday)

I forget the movie title (was not very memorable) but my 90 year old Grandmother was watching with me. Movie had something to do with gay guys and the word 'sodomy' was mentioned several times. Movie was boring so I shut it off. Grandmother asks me to 'explain' sodomy and I did. And then she said ..."well my goodness, what's the big deal? That goes on in bedrooms ALL over America!"

I STILL laugh about that. She was such a funny lady. I even told this story as part of her Eulogy (she would have approved, believe me) ... and the attendees laughed until they had tears.

She would have liked that. :)


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Default  Posted: 6:43 PM, January 20th (Monday)

When I was home one weekend in college I walked in and sat down with my dad. He was just kind of flipping around and landed on Fatal Attraction. Seconds later it's the scene where they are going at it like the ship is going down and I'm sitting there thinking for the love of God change the channel!!! But he didn't. I still feel sick.


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Default  Posted: 8:02 PM, January 20th (Monday)

Let''s see. When I was about 13, we all went to the cinamax. My younger sister and I to one file, my folks to another. I realized I had seen "our" film, so I went to the cinema with my folks and watched A Clockwork Orange with them.

About a year later, we went to the theater and saw Hair on stage. Where one of the nude guys was semi-erect.

As a young adult, I went to watch Quest for Fire and noticed that there was a lady with a small child in front of me. Thought that was rather bold ... and after the second monkey-sex scene, she clapped her hands over the kids eyes and rushed out exclaiming about the fact that this wasn''t a nature show.

And I remember Caligula! Read the book, too. "Little Boots!"


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Default  Posted: 9:13 PM, January 20th (Monday)

Don't take my child away from me: we watch Dexter together. When there are boobies, I cover her eyes and say, "You can watch all of the violence and blood and guts, but NO BOOBIES!" She's 15. She gets the irony.


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Default  Posted: 9:33 PM, January 20th (Monday)

Years ago, me, x, and my brother were visiting my mother. We were all in our 20s, and my mom was probably in her 60s.

She told us to go get some movies at the rental place in the grocery store, so we just grabbed a few randomly and brought them back.

My brother picked out "Clerks", and we all sat down to watch it.

My mother was so disgusted when they started talking about "snowballs" that she ripped it out of the VCR, stated that she had never seen such filth in her life, and brought it back to the rental place as soon as they opened the next morning.


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Default  Posted: 10:14 AM, January 21st (Tuesday)

Hahahaha!! You guys have made me laugh so loud I just scared the dog half to death!!


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Default  Posted: 10:23 AM, January 21st (Tuesday)

Years ago I was on a business trip and talking to my son on the phone. At the time, he was 9 and DD was 4. He was sharing with me how much fun he and his sister had the night before, because...

DS: "Dad let us pick a movie to watch and we ordered pizza and camped out in the living room!"
Me: Sounds like fun, honey! What movie did you watch?
DS: "Eight Heads in a Duffel Bag! It was about a guy who picks up the wrong duffel bag and it has 8 severed heads in it!"
Me: What? You watched this? Did DD watch it too?
DS: Yep. We both did. Dad fell asleep though and missed all the best parts!
Me: Put your father on the phone.

My kids STILL talk about that movie 11 years later. It left quite the impression.

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Default  Posted: 10:23 AM, January 21st (Tuesday)

I'm not sure how old my oldest son was, but he was still sitting in his high chair - I let him watch Poltergeist. Yes, I am a bad mother - but I had to pay for it with his nighttime visits to my bedroom after bad dreams. He now LOVES scary movies and lets my grandchildren watch some questionable films. But he is the one paying now.

And we used to go to the movies on Christmas Eve as a way to pass the time until bed time. My sons were in high school and we picked the movie - "Any Given Sunday" because it was about football, so I thought they would like it. There is full frontal male nudity - let's just say that on the big screen it was . . . impressive. We were all very uncomfortable.

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Default  Posted: 10:46 AM, January 21st (Tuesday)

My parents were visiting one time and we put on 'Trainspotting' (when it first came out in 1996) because my father likes trains

Not.a.good.idea


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Default  Posted: 1:02 PM, January 21st (Tuesday)

DS: Yep. We both did. Dad fell asleep though and missed all the best parts!
Me: Put your father on the phone.
Oh, I bet Dad really enjoyed that conversation

My parents were visiting one time and we put on ''Trainspotting'' (when it first came out in 1996) because my father likes trains
Yes, that was a slightly misleading title.


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Default  Posted: 1:45 PM, January 21st (Tuesday)

DS LOVES walking dead (i know, not a film) but covers his eyes when people kiss or worse LOL...

True man - can handle the blood and the gore, but once the romance enters the fray he just covers his eyes and shakes his head.


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Default  Posted: 1:56 PM, January 21st (Tuesday)

Reminds me of the grandson in "Princess Bride."


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Default  Posted: 2:08 PM, January 22nd (Wednesday)

By the way- did you all know Caligula was a porno???

Nope - never heard of it.

That says a lot since I had an 'unconventional' upbringing complete with a supply of Cosmo and Playgirl magazines in our main bathroom when I was about 10.

My older cousin says she remembers watching racier movie on TV and me asking my mom all the words I did not understand and my mom would explain them to me.

(How racy could the movie really been though....it was a time before HBO and VCRs)

This thread is leaving me with a desire to watch the movie Porky's The raciest movie of my tweens! Me and my mom stood in line to get in!


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Default  Posted: 6:07 PM, January 22nd (Wednesday)

This just reminded me of another funny story.

My parents came to Germany to visit me and XWH when we were stationed there. We were watching a movie one night (can't even remember which movie it was) and there was a scene where the female lead was starting to fall in love and you could see little changes. As some sappy music played, she went and bought new clothes and started wearing makeup and styling her hair. XWH said "When the woman starts putting on makeup and styling her hair, you know you've got her." Totally forgetting my parents were sitting there, I said, "Nah, when the woman goes out and buys all new underwear, you REALLY know you've got her."

My parents were all


I wanted to die.


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Default  Posted: 8:31 PM, January 22nd (Wednesday)

Saturday Night Fever with my mom in the theater at 8-9 yrs old. I'm pretty sure she didn't realize the language and content would be so inappropriate. I just wanted to see Vinnie Barberino!

More recently, Magic Mike with my 82 yr old Grandma.


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Default  Posted: 10:20 PM, January 22nd (Wednesday)

I was in highschool, in the 80's. I remember we had a cable box in the living room, and discovered if you very. carefully. moved the dial between "channels" you could pick up "other channels". Anyone remember that??

So, I had gone out with friends and came home around 11pm. I walked into the house, my Dad was asleep on the sofa, and there…on the tv…was the Playboy channel.

I just reached over, switch the dial to another channel, turned off the TV and went to bed. I'm sure he thought he would hear me pull up, be able to change the channel and look all innocent.

I never said a word to him, but I still laugh about it 25 years later.


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I was in highschool, in the 80's. I remember we had a cable box in the living room, and discovered if you very. carefully. moved the dial between "channels" you could pick up "other channels". Anyone remember that??

Yep.


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