diumenge, 27 de desembre de 2009

Bones pelis de Nadal, missatges equivocats

No creguis tot el que vegis a la tele, i no creguis que bona pel·lícula = missatge correcte. Darrere una peli tendre de les que fan aquests dies a la tele hi pot haver una lliçó totalment equivocada. I els teus fills potser han vist sols la peli, o potser l'han vista amb tu, però no l'heu comentada. En fi, que els nostres fills no aprenguin la lliçó equivocada.

Extret de "Terrible Life Lessons From Your Favorite Christmas Movies"

Movie: The Polar Express (2004)
Bad Lesson: If You’re a Minor and a Stranger Offers You a Ride, You Should Probably Say “Yes”

Movie: The Santa Clause (1994)
Bad Lesson: If You Kill Santa Claus, You Will Become Santa Claus

Movie: A Christmas Carol (1951)
Bad Lesson: People Will Like You Instantly If You Give Them Money

Movie: Home Alone (1990)
Bad Lesson: People in the Chicago Suburbs Never Call the Police for Any Reason Whatsoever

Movie: National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (1989)
Bad Lesson: Sometimes Chevy Chase Makes Good Movies

Movie: Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
Bad Lesson: If People Were Mean to You as a Kid, That Excuses ANY Malicious Criminal Behavior You Might Commit When You’re an Adult

Movie: It's a Wonderful Life (1946)
Bad Lesson: If You’re in Need of a Moment of Clarity – Why Not Give Suicide a Try?

Movie: Miracle on 34th Street (1947)
Bad Lesson: If Enough People Say Something Is True, Eventually, It Becomes True

Movie: A Christmas Story (1983)
Bad Lesson: Toy Safety Warnings are Pointless and Should Be Disregarded Immediately