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Children and children and attitudes, oh my,
This review is from: Yours, Mine and Ours (DVD)
Wouldn't I love to find jam all over this DVD. Then I could throw it away (which is all it really deserves anyway). Although we won't throw ours away - we'll donate it to the library. perhaps somebody will like it.
This was really pathetic 1960's cinema: Gone is the class and glamour of 1930's MGM. No taste in clothes, no taste in home decor (much), no taste in raising children. I couldn't believe that Mother didn't even reprimand the son for having the Playboy magazine? Family film? Not a chance in my house.
I have to confess I was laughing sometimes during this film, but not because it was funny. It was incredibly UN-funny. I don't find rude children and parents sort of lost out there somewhere amusing. I would never watch it again, and certainly advise anyone else never to watch it in the first place.
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Initial post: Aug 13, 2009 8:09:58 PM PDT
Paige Turner says:
Thank you for your review. I didn't care for the newer version of this film, so I was looking into the original. I don't think we will be watching this. I am not a fan of movies that glorify bad attitudes, either. :(
Posted on Mar 8, 2013 6:59:13 PM PST
Brutal Honesty says:
So it's a bad film because you don't like the 60s style? And because Ball's character DIDN'T embarrass & shame her son?! Why would she? For being a teenage boy?! I pity your sons.
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