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In an age when we are teaching our children it's not ok to be sexually aggressive and No means No you have a Female dog that will no take no for an answer from the male lead !!
Totally inappropriate for the younger audience. Sexual references, Donald Trump being his lewd self asking if some one was playing footsie with him and referring to his wife as a dog. All this in the first 20 mins.
All this throws up questions from a 8 year old that pays very close attention to the world.
I'm shocked and appalled.
This film looked promising and funny from the trailers. Disappointed and shocked. Walked out.
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