Does anyone know if Mark Millar - or better yet, Bryan Hitch - has commented about the Sam Jackson / Fury scene, seeing as how he/they designed Ultimate Nick Fury to look like Samuel L. Jackson?
No problem, Mark baby. I'll see you on Tuesday.Does anyone know if Mark Millar - or better yet, Bryan Hitch - has commented about the Sam Jackson / Fury scene, seeing as how he/they designed Ultimate Nick Fury to look like Samuel L. Jackson?
That's why, by your own good judgement, you cover your brother/sisters' eyes when a scene you don't aprove of comes up.She's never seen any film that has any sex scenes in them, however brief the bit between Stark and the reporter may have been (I can't remember, I saw it opening weekend). Who knows what she even thought was going on there? I watched Ferris Bueller with my 11-year-old brother today, fully aware that it's not really for his age group, except I had scene it when I was 8 or 9 -- against my parents' wishes -- and most of the explicit references to sex went over my head. And since he's been to overnight camp, and god knows what they expose kids to there, I thought it would be OK to let him watch. Surprisingly, he still gets super-squeamish during even the tame kissing scenes, which I got over around the age of, oh, I don't know, 3, but that's a whole 'nother thing to be worried about. (Kidding. )
Regardless, you either make the decision or don't and then stand by it. If you find yourself questioning your methods then you obviously think somethign is flawed. What you need to do is reassess how you handle or difuse these kind of situation and find a solution and act accordingly. If you don't like to cover their eyes but don't agree with your sister watching stark make out, then drop some candy or popcorn on the floor and say "WHOOPS, you need to pick that up for the next 5 minutes or until I say I don't want it."I could explain why I don't approve of doing that, but then I'd just sound stuffy. :wink:
well that changes things entirely, tie your parents up and beat them bloody. Or give them your two cents, whatever works.I had no idea she was going to watch it; the rest of my family ('sides me) was on a plane and it's what they were showing. So who knows? They may have even cut that scene from the film for the airlines. But I doubt it.
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