Top 10 Kids Movies that Were Definitely Not for KidsThey may been labeled as kids movies but when you take a closer look at them you wander how they were possibly made for kids, wither they deal with really dark subject matter, featured deeply disturbing moments or featured a lot of inappropriate jokes.
I remember watching this movie when I was 10.
I mean, just seeing it here, reminded be of it, I completely forgot the plot.
Its basically about bunnies killing each other, I heard.
This one is depressing.
A movie about a woman being treated like a toy (even in comparison to Disney's earlier works), Notre dame burning, and the H word, rated G. A movie about a bunch of walking tic tacs making funny noises, rated PG.
My only question is how is this considered a "kids movie".
There's literally a scene in the movie where one of the minions is in a hot tub surrounded with yellow fire hydrants that clearly looks like breasts.
There is even a scene where the minions where bikinis and one had a nip-slip.
It may be a kids movie but its still a movie about a kid being left home alone after his parents forget him, in the real world child protective services who have taken Kevin and his parents would have faced much heavier consequences especially with Kevin being alone while defending himself from two burglars who probably want to kill him.
Just seeing Matilda going into the nail cupboard gives me shivers.
Lollipops! Come get your lollipops, children!
Not really good for adults either.
It wasn't intended for kids... BUT, the animation, Mickey Mouse, the Looney Tunes, PG rating, tie-in video game, Roger Rabbit's cameos on some of the Mickey Mouse media, etc. got kids watching it.
The first 10 minutes had to be edited out, because it brought up a child getting killed/dying and the child's parents having a depressing divorce.
It was a kids movie, but times change.
There was a scene where the girl takes a shower with the ducklings, gets soap on her eyes and runs out screaming and embarrassing the guests in the house. That was pedophillic and uncalled for.
Don't let the cheerfully colored backgrounds fool you there was something defiantly sinister going on behind the scenes of Willy Wonka's Chocolate factory one scene that is truly terrifying is the tunnel scene and also its never made clear what happened to the kids after their mishap.