- Woman In Black – child content….
The A stands for ‘accompanied’ and ‘advisory’. ’12A’ means that anyone aged 12 or over can go and see the film unaccompanied. Children younger than 12 may see the film if they are accompanied by an adult (eg someone over the age of 18), who must watch the film with them.
Are you going too then?Posted 6 years agoKing-ocelotMember
I would deem it unsuitable on the basis that it’s crap. On a more serious note, its probably a bit jumpy for an 11 year old. It’s not a horror film that is particularly gory, it hasnt any seriously bad language, and there is no real Violence. It’s themes refer to suicide and death quite heavily. It gets it’s scares from making the crowd jump, building up suspense with music and atmosphere before a big bang. It is still crap though.Posted 6 years agomrlugzMember
I took the eldest (12) fr his birthday with a few of his mates just last night. They had a few squeals between them, I though it was garbage.
No real fear or tension, just the odd ‘boo’ linked to a loud burst on the soundtrack and a quick camera cut.
They liked it though.Posted 6 years ago
You know full well what the problem is jam bo – typical STW response to the ‘rules’.
In 22 weeks, she will be old enough to watch it – do you think her sensibilities will be massively different then to what they are now?
I asked a question, you chose to avoid the answer with a ride by on your high horse. How old were you when you first watched Nightmare On Elm St, or similar?Posted 6 years ago
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