The Twilight Saga

Look I'm not trying to be rude or anything to anyone who think opposite but please read this before questioning me, PLEASE! Here are my reasons why: Okay # one is even though a lot of people who could see R rated movies have read the books and love them, and want to see the movie, there is also a large percentage of people who read the books and are probably between the ages of 11-18 years old that would not be allowed to see the movie. It would be stupid for these movie people to do this because they would loose about half percent of the money they would have made if all age groups had been allowed to go see the movie. Like someone said it's not like they have to make the lovey dovey stuff so vivid, in the book it wasn't that vivid at all when you think about it. And by the way I'm 13 and have read all the books, and my mom's pretty strict about reading things like that but she was ok with it. So there's my point of view anyway, and please don't be angried by the fact that I thought deferinetly then some. Those who think opposite I don't hate you because of it, your just worried because you don't want kids/teens seeing this type of stuff and getting the wrong ideas, or being totally grossed out! So I thank you for reading this, and I except that some people may think deferinetly so please except that I think deferinetly. ThAnK yOu!

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no, it shouldn't, but it wouldn't matter anyway, because i'll be 16 by then and will be able to see it.
Oh thats great if only i knew you and you could tell me what it is about! huhhhhhhhhhh, I'm just turning 13 this may, so if it turns out to be rated R, I'll be waiting for a couple of years, LUCky Me, NOT!!!!
i turn 13 this september, and it will come out in three years, my parents will be stretching it when it comes out, as in ill only be able to see curtain movies, and like bellas shield, it could snap back at any moment
I turn 14 in October 27 of 2009.
oh I didn't realize it wasn't coming out for another 3 years, my bad! But still I don't think my parents will let me see it! Their really strict!
The movie is coming out on Nov 18, 2011 so that is just a year away. So NOT Three years.

(I understand that your post was written before they set the release date, I am just clarifying for anyone who may read this later)
"Oh thats great if only i knew you and you could tell me what it is about!"

I completely understand if your parents will not allow you to read BD, it does have some adult stuff in it. However I wanted to make a suggestion that your parents might look at allow you to read. It is by Twilight Lexicon and it has fantastic chapter summaries so that you could know what happens in the book, but it does not have the specific details that your parents may not think are age appropriate.

http://www.twilightlexicon.com/?page_id=2843
don't know if I'm wrong...I'm 26...but I thought that if you are acompanied by an adult at 13 you could see it...am I?
You are right. Anyone under the age of 17 can get into an R movie if they are accompanied by an adult. Any kid at 12 &13 shouldn't be out without a parent anyway. Not to sound rude, but the world is not safe and it isn't safe for young kids to be out without supervision.
I don't think your wrong, but my parents already said i'm not aloud to see it, if it's rated R, but thanks for your help!!!
yeah you are really mature for only being 13, but yeah o think that they aren't going to make it rated r they will just making a little less like that part in the book. it will be fine, and they might not even make the lat one i don't think
Yah, im 12, I rally hope it is not rated R. It shouldent be. It wasent that detailed. I totally agree with you. Anyway, if it is rated R, then i will just whait till it comes out on DVD (But I REALLY want to go see it, dont wanna whait till it comes out on DVD!) Yah, anyway, I LOVE the twilight books. It should be rated PG-13, just like twilight, but I really think that twilight could have just been rated PG

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