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Pretty adults stuff is credit a PG thirteen rating which I think is Wall -- but even these G rated movies.
Our you know I'd say get a little risque let's ask -- -- -- all seeing media and entertainment analyst Peter go over.
Peter I literally I was reading some of the lines are today you know -- in cars you know they say.
Decide to defeat of the vehicles are flashing their headlights at lightning McQueen.
Barbie -- a fishing rod and Toy Story is known as a hooker.
You know -- eight year old niece -- -- You years ago to be what is what does sucks me you know that was another -- out of of above the be like cartoon.
We over the line here.
Well -- -- -- what line you're looking at what's really happened there are several different kinds of audiences.
Depends on who your target is these studios he's lodge studio's box -- is Paramount Sonia globally institutions.
They are aiming not -- -- -- -- squadron they're trying to get a larger quadrant.
A lot -- -- the -- -- so damn expensive to make and so darn expensive the market that they can -- really address themselves to a needs so they audiences up three or four segments one.
That one -- five segment forget about it.
The mean it that they don't even aim at that don't even think about that and the parents there really are really rather have watching on TV -- -- iTunes or dvd.
It's that 6072.
With a teenage audience that you're really talking about our have to be taken to the movie -- -- -- Understand there's that they're trying to you know -- -- to larger demographic.
And by doing this after the combine these languages but really some of these -- to turn out to be like the double entendre Olympics I mean every ten minutes there's you know code word and and -- others like a certain innuendo.
That cannot be you know old -- eater but I think -- -- -- the Disney classic movies that have lasted forever.
And I I still laugh you know at those winds and and yet I still think I can have my 87 or eight year old Watson and not like -- explain -- stuff from continued B I'll all the world's one in terms of.
No you can't and look at -- Disney would have -- they do they bought Pixar -- And Pixar does cars and all those kinds of valves and Incredibles went all kinds of political -- and their religious innuendoes and and and pieces so the markets really change especially with dvd and television as streaming so what you're really looking at is is saying this of -- -- make a film.
Where I can sell it really to both market's -- to donate to sales when you have young people.
They don't want to go -- they get up question embarrass the mega parents are going to be sold the they're not going to be so boy and so you know -- government or frightened by it.
They have to sales please go to the family area is a little easier to make that one is sale and bring the kids to it.
I -- doubt PG thirteen now I remember is how -- I remember seeing Barbara -- that was rated PG thirteen.
-- I all of us I could leave the theater I was still a popular what is PG thirteen today well what does that mean.
Its -- things are pretty good for thirteen hello lives -- -- about.
It doesn't -- that doesn't -- You know of parental guidance you know and really what all his ratings are is a means of advising.
And telling the parents what the content is of the film in all fairness.
You can't turn over the authority for decision making to our company polish government the parents have to take a hand and it.
-- not what it can't.
You know they're quickly if if five I got everybody every one of these films is done 3-D which I don't understand either because half above -- -- -- like one frame out of the entire movie is this three the thing didn't overblown -- too much.
You know look if there's there's there's not just the icing on the cake has -- on the whole I think if -- Citi -- it.
And it's really too much of -- but the truth is.
Any time you have a new iteration -- new technology coming on.
That's all we always exceed it we -- -- excess ultimately three day will Bayless and that's without glasses with the next five years and that's how you look at the world in 3-D and so everything will be in 3-D but without the glasses and without the hope in us that is now.
Well I see in this I've seen which are talking about what does that gonna come on we gonna be able that I saw Samsung had a sixty and Stevie that I can see in Shanghai China without it that we had to get itself.
Yeah you know that the changes happening so fast it will happen so that's the question is how much change will have to be in the technology -- debt is there there's a lot of just have to change -- -- the problem I just.
What -- 3-D Pardo up -- that's -- basket for fear.
Alright great to see is always -- yeah you aren't always learn something from you what do you do with your brain and -- I'm -- I'm amazed by that art.
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