Banning Kids From Cinemas After 7pm Receives Mixed Responses

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12 Responses

  1. Daddy Allan says:

    I guess there are still advantage and disadvantage of this policy. Staying awake late night is one of them.
    I cannot relate here at this moment sisnce my son is not yet allowed to go to movie houses.

  2. Olga says:

    I’m actually for this move. Children shouldn’t be out and about so late at night. If a movie starts at 7, it’ll end around 9 or 10 which is beyond their proper bedtime. Ido understand that some parents are busy with work, but that’s what weekends are for – to spend the entire day with the family. But that’s just my opinion.

  3. Rae says:

    When I was a kid, we go to movies at night. Didn’t seem to have a bad effect on me. Right now, I don’t get it.

  4. genefaith says:

    for me if this policy will be implemented in our city, it’s fine with me. we usually watched movies on Sunday afternoon after church. at 7 pm we’re already at home cuddling on bed reading and playing with my child..this is just my opinion:)

  5. For me it won’t affect me a lot if there is such a ban as I rather watch the movie on DVD or online stream as it is too costly to bring the whole family to the theatres so often nowadays.

  6. Gelo says:

    I will go for it… But of course there will be advantages and disadvantages to be considered,

  7. Eds says:

    Hmm its was only now that I’ve learned about this policy.. well its actually fine with me especially because we dont usually go out for a movie late night..

  8. Lady says:

    In general I’m opposed to bringing kids in malls because it’s too crowded and there’s no proper place to hang out. You’re right about the reason though~ why complain when kids are rowdy for films that are for kids anyway~ XD

    If you really must bring your kid to a cinema…wouldn’t weekends be better? Then again there’s probably more people on weekends :/

  9. Gaylee says:

    I would understand if the reason of time cut-off for children is for their safety or health related say children must not stay up till late at night, for me its acceptable. On the other hand, its not everyday a movie made specially for kids is being shown so to limit the should be viewing time of children simply because other viewers get distracted of their noise is unacceptable. We are all children once……

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