The person who wrote these stories should be ashamed of themselves. My 15 year old twins, both who have autism look forward to reading up on other stories about these characters online, today they have stumbled upon these stories which have made me sick to read. Included in the story are extremely verbal sexual situations, along with female bodily functions and a pregnancy? And if that wasn't enough a picture is included of toy versions of the characters in a sexual pose!!
I had to join this website to post how upset I am, and learned that you only need to be 13 or older to join? So the...
Tow Mater was brought into this world in the little town of Radiator Springs, along historic Route 66 in the year of January 12th, 1957. Although it is not known for sure, he is believed to be the son of Stanley and Lizzie Mater from Radiator Springs.
Mater's color as a handsome youngster was light baby blue (see right photo) but became more and more brownish-rust as time went on. It is possible that his extensive wear and tear was brought about by his obsession with tractor tippin'.
I have the DVD. Mythical. Watch it once, and you feel like you're back to the cinema. Focus on certain scenes, and you scare a moment as it happened to me.Do you know the movie parental guidance? I can present my impressions in this way..Here all the goodies about characters,movie violence(huh,re-watch it slowly is quite traumatic),sexual countenance and other (more or less in the movie order,not all in the same article but divided)!
1)Have you noticed that in the Mel Dorado show,at the end,Francesco had the sound taken away as he was about to yield to bad language?
I watched Cars 2 at the cinema, on June 23.
With a friend. We also enjoyed the end credits in 2D. My friend said the credits make you reorder the ideas about the just watched film and let you instantly know what you have felt about that movie.
A really truthful affirmation, at least to me. Because when the closing credits started, I felt a swirl of emotions. I felt a taste of melancholy and a cheerful one, a sad and a shocked. I realized that I was ready to re-watch it at once.That I would miss it, until the video game and DVD. That it isn't like any other Pixar films, and even...