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FoxTrot Classics by Bill Amend for July 30, 2021

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  3 months ago

    The Patriot (and/or The Perfect Storm) must’ve been the top movie at the original strip’s publication.

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    Wren Fahel  3 months ago

    When my girls were 8 and 10, they learned about the Titanic in school. I decided to show them the movie (a lot of the props, and even the grand staircase, were made by the company that made them for the actual ship), watching it with them. Soon after, it was re-released in theatres in 3D, so my husband & I decided to take them. They absolutely loved it & told their friends about it. Our older daughter’s teacher heard them and scolded her, telling her that she was too young to have seen it: “I would NEVER take my children at your age to a PG-13 movie!” I’ll be honest: if we hadn’t watched it together at home first, we may not have…but since they’d already seen it…

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    mrsdonaldson  3 months ago

    But it stars Mel Gibson and Heath Ledger, both delightful to look at in that film.

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    tcayer  3 months ago

    Remember the flap from Libs over the kids being given guns? Revisionist history began then…

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    jnacombs  3 months ago

    Mom’s double-header favorite: “Night of the Living Beetloaf” vs “The Terror of Tofu”

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    Cozmik Cowboy  3 months ago

    Plus, young lady, it’s a lousy flick.

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    BiggerNate91  3 months ago

    Andy learned to ask about the movie ahead of time after Paige saw “Indecent Proposal.”

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    The Pro from Dover  3 months ago

    Like that’s going to stop them.

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    WF11  3 months ago

    Really? I don’t remember “The Patriot” being all that violent, to be honest. Sure, a couple of scenes were rather bloody, but I would bet that the typical younger teen like Paige and her friend have already seen things just as bad. I don’t think it was one-tenth as intense as “Game of Thrones”, and I’m sure plenty of kids saw that. On top of this, there wasn’t any sex at all in The Patriot (that I remember) and that should strongly appeal to all those parents and other adults who are so intent on shielding children from the fact that there is a such thing as sex in the first place.

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    WilliamDoerfler  3 months ago

    Parents should encourage their children to see movies like the Patriots. Cuba Libre, ya!

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    Otis Rufus Driftwood  3 months ago

    ‘The Perfect Storm’: Being Andy Fox’s kid.

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    comixdragon  3 months ago

    i actually liked that movie

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