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THIS ANIMATED FILM IS NOT FOR CHILDREN!

Growing up, watching 18 cert films were no big deal…

My Dad would bring home such family oriented titles as, ‘The Winged Serpent’ (B Movie) and the famous cult classic, ‘The Thing’

At the age of 11, classroom discussions would include in depth analyses of whether Sonny really was mad in ‘Predator’, how easy it was to hold a rocket launcher the wrong way, as in ‘Commando’, and how long could you hide camouflaged in the mud for like ‘Rambo’ …

We were so keen, the highlight of one particular birthday party was the much-awaited showing of a pirated copy of ‘Robocop’ (Verhoeven), months before it hit cinemas in the UK…

One of us had to stand by the television and turn down the volume when the swearing started – which was pretty much the entire film…

Now, I’m not suggesting that 18 cert films are appropriate in any shape or form for an 11-year-old…

I’m just commenting on what we got up to as kids…

We liked cartoons as well…

‘Cities of Gold’ and ‘Ulysses 31’

‘Dungeons and Dragons’ and ‘Visionaries’

However, if you are a parent, I urge you NOT to let your children watch the trailer or the film below…

Children personify inanimate objects…

They give them emotions, hobbies, responsibilities, pasts, presents and futures

They form emotional bonds with and relate to the characters’ emotional state…

It’s one of the ways they relate and learn about the world and themselves…

SO DON’T DO IT…

If you think fish ‘n’ chips was difficult enough after ‘Finding Nemo’

This is the culinary equivalent of Armageddon

You have been warned…

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