Robin Hood

Discussion in 'Movies and Entertainment' started by Brian in Mesa, Nov 23, 2018.

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    True. Both shows also taught good moral values.
     
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    Ouchie-Z-Clown I'm better than Mulli!

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    Most westerns did. It’s lost. My boys watch something called Dude Perfect on YouTube now. It’s entertaining enough. But even though the guys on it are supposedly good Christians the show is full of putting each other down and a recurring character called “The Rage Monster” where the most successful “athlete” of the group routinely throws a ridiculous and destructive temper tantrum whenever he fails or doesn’t get what he wants. One of my boys said the other day “Rage Monster is my favorite” - he’s also the boy who has a problem with being a good sport. It’s made me double think what I thought was harmless entertainment.
     
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    Django did well
     
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    True but I think that was not exactly your classic “western.” If it wasn’t Tarantino Fox, DiCaprio and Walz (emphasis on Tarantino) I think it doesn’t experience the success.
     

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