Shun this movie: ‘Show Dogs’ grooms kids for pedophiles

Show Dogs is promoted as a “family” buddy-cop movie, which was released in the U.S. last Friday, on May 18.

Directed by Raja Gosnell, written by Max Botkin and Marc Hyman, and starring a roster of actors including Will Arnett, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, Jordin Sparks (of American Idol), and Stanley Tucci, the movie is about a Rottweiler police dog, Max, and his human partner who go undercover at a prestigious dog show to stop an animal smuggling activity.

Panned by critics, with an approval rating of just 26% on Rotten Tomatoes, Show Dogs “grooms” (i.e., prepares) children for pedophiles with a plot point where the main character Max must have his genitals nonconsensually fondled, and is taught by the other characters to “relax and enjoy it”.

Show Dogs

Terina Maldonado, a survivor of child abuse, of Macaroni Kid writes:

What could have been solely a fun movie for kids that would get my highest recommendation is damaged by a dark and disturbing message hidden, not so subtly between the fluffy dogs and glamorous parties of the show dog lifestyle. As part of any dog show, contestants are judged on their abilities and physical attributes. One part, in particular, is the inspection of the dog’s private parts. Being that Max is new to competing, he needs to learn the process so his partner, Frank, along with a former show champion work to get him ready for the final round of the competition. Since the inspection of the private parts will happen in the finals, Frank touches Max’s private parts to get him use to it. Of course, Max doesn’t like it and snaps at Frank for him to stop. Max is then told by the former champion, who has been through the process before, that he needs to go to his “zen place” while it happens so he can get through it. More attempts are made by Frank to touch Max’s private parts, but Max is still having trouble letting it happen and keeps snapping at him.

The day of the finals come and if Max doesn’t let his private parts be touched, he may lose the competition and any hope of finding the kidnapped panda. It all rests on his ability to let someone touch his private parts. The judge’s hands slowly reach behind Max and he goes to his “zen place”. He’s flying through the sky, dancing with his partner, there are fireworks and flowers-everything is great-all while someone is touching his private parts.

During the movie, I kept thinking, “This is wrong, it doesn’t need to be in a kids movie. Everything else in the movie is good fun except for this.” Afterward, my husband mentioned that he picked up on this message too, as did my mother who saw the movie with us. My daughter, on the other hand, said her favorite part of the movie was when Max got his privates touched and the funny reaction he had. I decided to use that moment to help reinforce what we have taught our children since they were little, private parts are just that, private. We talked about how I didn’t feel that part needed to be in the movie. We talked about how we never let anyone touch our private parts, what they should do if anyone tries. We reinforced that if anyone tries to touch their private parts or asks them to touch their private parts they should talk to us about that. We talked about different ways children can feel pressured to participate in those types of behaviors. A child predator is usually known to the child, rarely are they a stranger. We talked about bribes or threats, we discussed the fact that that type of behavior is not a game, we reminded them the same rules apply to kids as well as adults. Approximately one-third of offenders are themselves juveniles, with 23% of reported cases of child sexual abuse are perpetrated by individuals under the age of 18 and only 14% of children who suffered sexual abuse were violated by an unknown perpetrator….

With the #MeToo movement and all the talk of sexual predators in Hollywood, I couldn’t help but think this message, that is blatantly in the open for adults to see, but over a child’s understanding, is meant to groom children to be open to having people touch their privates, even though they don’t want it. It gives them the idea of a “zen place” to go to mentally when they are touched. 

Evil is cunning and insidious. What better movie to attract kids for pedophile grooming than a “family” movie about a dog?

See also “Grooming children for pedophiles

H/t FOTM‘s Christy

UPDATE (May 24, 2018)

After mommy blogger Terina Maldonado sounded the alarm, the movie’s production company deleted two offensive scenes from the movie. The sanitized version is the one being shown in theaters, as explained by USA Today in this video:

~Eowyn

54 responses to “Shun this movie: ‘Show Dogs’ grooms kids for pedophiles

  1. Thanks for the warning. Saw previews of this movie and thought that we would really like it. We are kinda of dog lovers. Now, it will not be getting our support.

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  2. “Directed by Raja Gosnell, written by Max Botkin and Marc Hyman, and starring a roster of actors including Will Arnett, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, Jordin Sparks (of American Idol), and Stanley Tucci….”

    Excuse me…WTF is a Raja?

    How are Botkins and Hymans being marketed as family friendly names? Would you let your children attend a show written by Max Bialystock?

    Will Arnett has shown himself, especially in Arrested Development, to have no morals when it comes to getting laughs. He’s barely above Jim Carrey.

    A black rapper and singer are listed next. That’s guaranteed to keep things G-rated, right?

    I don’t know who Stanley Tucci is, and at this point, not knowing more about him (?) is a choice, to keep my blood pressure from popping an artery.

    We are being replaced by the forces of Mordor. This really is a Satanic war, and we’re not even fighting back, for the most part.

    Let the cleansing light shine in on the darkness. Let lies flee from the truth. To repurpose an old propaganda line, “If you’re not part of the solution, you’re part of pollution.”

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  3. Once a person is awake and aware, they see that this perversion is everywhere. Mainstream people consume the perversion subliminally, then become acclimated to the perversion, then it becomes an accepted normality. Another covert tactic to demoralize the masses, and destroy human decency.

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  4. Reblogged this on kommonsentsjane and commented:

    Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.

    For your information. A word to the wise should be sufficient.

    kommonsentsjane

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  5. I shun all movies. I like my soul & my psyche.

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  6. What is the rating for this sick movie? It seems to call for one to have a healthy depravity immune system to watch without damage.

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    • PG

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      • Two older pet movies I’m aware of, Homeward Bound I & II, use repartee between the cat, Sassy, and dog to submerge children in relentless Borscht Belt fart and toilet humor. It appears most American parents are so morally numbed themselves that they mistake this flagrant abuse and brainwashing of their children for wholesome children’s entertainment—simply because it’s been meme-encapsulated in a mawkish, feel-good plot. This new movie takes it to the predictable next level.

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  7. There is a scene in the last ICE AGE movie that was fairly suggestive as well but I have looked on line and apparently only I thought so. I agree with Stovepipe, the filth is there you don’t even have to look very hard.

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  8. Stephen T. McCarthy

    >>… During the movie, I kept thinking, “This is wrong, it doesn’t need to be in a kids movie.”

    Gee, really? Ya think?

    ~ D-FensDogG
    STMcC Presents ‘BATTLE OF THE BANDS’

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  9. What stands out to me is that they are using an animal. Young children identify with animals that are personified, that is why there are so many childrens’ books with animals as the main character. What a terrible message, right at a time when we need to be more vigilant than ever against predators and sex trafficking. I will keep my kids from watching this one. Thanks.

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  10. traildustfotm

    What moral pollution these hollywood creeps keep putting out!
    (Just made a correction. I had typed/misspelled polution, and the helpful type fairy changed it to “solution” to correct the spelling, which made no sense. Note to self: always proof read.)

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  11. The last “theater” movie I saw was “Passion of the Christ,” and the only “safe” family TV movies are on Hallmark and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. I don’t enjoy seeing 30 people massacred every minute or drug dealers spewing m-f’er every other word. Keep your kids and grandkids away from all this filth.

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  12. Hollyweird puts this out? This isn’t even up to a stupid Adam Sandler movie’s level.

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  13. I noticed the ads for it have sexually suggestive themes as well. I asked the same thing. Why would they put this in a kid’s film? The “Panda” is also suggestive. It is recognized among pedophiles.

    My two youngest grandkids are of the age now where I have to keep an eye on this stuff and, frankly, I’m appalled by what I see. They visit and watch TV. Sometimes I watch a little to see what they’re watching. The cartoons are often obscene.

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    • Lophatt, in case you didn’t already know, watch out for shows like “steven universe” (symbolic sex on screen via “gem fusion”, corrupted sexualities pushed, IE the character “fluorite” is a representation of polygamy, and lots more), “adventure time” (lots of grotesque and horrific scenes, marceline the vampire and princess bubblegum are lesbians, the guitar of the vampire is even the lesbian pride, a labrys axe, the maker of steven universe got her start on this show.) “star versus the forces of evil” (more bizarre horror, star herself wears a pair of devil horns, and is currently in a relationship with an actual demon, over marco the human love interest.) “teen titans go” (grotesque toilet humor and wanton stupidity throughout.) and the “My little pony friendship is magic” cartoon (Its mroe subtle in it’s stuff, but I highly doubt the pony color palettes across the board matching so many pride flag color schemes is accidental, over time the show has denigrated honesty, and conveyed a message of “too much honesty is bad.”, seems to present a cosmology of luciferian dualism, etc. there are probably other themes I’ve missed.)

      The modern “cartoons” and kids shows are a minefield of the occult (Despite being amusing “gravity falls” has a lot of occult stuff in it, and seems to present a corrupted cosmology, biggest most powerful being is a giant baby, but even that got blasted to bits by the main villain. “scooby doo mystery incorperated” was full of ancient aliens and nephilim garbage, and “house of anubis” that aired for a while was loaded to the brim with legitimate occult stuff and prepping kids for secret society initiation.) and other bad themes… You might want to invest in getting them to see the old He-Man episodes, some of the old warner bros or hanna barbera stuff, etc. ‘cuz the odds of finding something decent these days is pretty slim.

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      • Thanks for all that although I confess to not knowing any of them. My granddaughter is five and she already has gotten into trouble for ordering films. I have a very short list of things she can watch and I check to make sure she isn’t “experimenting”. I’ve caught her a couple of times.

        My son and daughter-in-law watch her closely. She can blast through all these functions on the remote that I have no idea how to do. She ordered a couple of films from Netflix and my wife gave her hell for it.

        We live in the middle of a gaggle of demons. Seriously. Everyone is a target, especially our kids. Even when the narrative seems OK I’m disturbed by the constant social engineering.

        TV could be a powerful teaching tool. Instead it is a mind-control device.

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        • Sorry to hear that the kid is already getting into trouble there Lophatt… far as cleaner things go for shows, if I may make a couple of suggestions, seems to me the original Care Bears do pretty good (from back in the 80’s) and they did do a bit of moral education, if you can find ’em either in DVD or on netflix (I got an ol DVD out of a wal-mart 5 dollar bin for effectively most of the original, and the pilot) Then of course there’s Fraggle Rock, one of the last projects Jim Henson worked on himself. Out of all the episodes theres only two or three that’d be disagreeable outwardly, I’d say, but that’d probably be something to watch first yourself or with the family together, just so you can check it yourselves too. (The two episodes out of the lot that are really off are “believe it or not”, and “gone but not forgotten”, the first deals with things being as someone perceives them, instead of how they actually are, and the second is pretty unambiguously about reincarnation.) There is also “The secret society of poobahs” which comes off to me as Mr. Henson marvelously mocking freemasons etc. Although it could otherwise be construed as indicating that secret societies are nothing but silly fun groups, and that’d be a dangerous mistake. The rest seem pretty benign, although there could be a few scary things, like “The Terrible Tunnel”, for someone that young. When looking at things myself, I try to analyze what I find, taking into consideration occult influences, bad morality, bad cosmology or theology, etc.

          But hey if you want any other suggestions, feel free to ask… (I even know some anime that come close, but only close mind you, to being Christian in theme and morality, and for anime that’s a bit rare.)

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      • We haven’t been to movies ever since that “Contact” with Jody Foster (and the film broke too, just before the final scene- sort of telling I’d say). Anyway, I have noticed reading the paper that there are like NO rated “G” movies out there anymore. Even so called “kids” movies are mostly PG.

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  14. Reblogged this on Expose Sex Ed Now! and commented:

    Thank you so much for exposing this movie. Parents must be alert to cartoon movies.

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    • A lot of parents don’t even watch the movies their kids are seeing, I think HELLywood banks on that. The movie “The Goonies” has some sick scene in it of some kids touching a statue’s penis and then it “breaking off” and them re-gluing it. Pure sickness from Spielberg. Once I saw that the tape was ejected and put where it belonged, in the trash.
      People have to awaken to the fact that these producers and directors in Hollywood are not nice people. They are sick, perverted and mostly psychotic devil worshippers who do evil vile things to children.

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  15. Another Hollyweird movie I won’t be seeing.

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  16. And I thought Disney was bad. I pray my MIL doesn’t give this to the kids because it will go into el trasho.
    They also have hidden mind control stuff there too, when they talk about him “going into his zen place” and flying around the sky with happy rainbows and all that horse hockey.
    These Hell E wood producers, directors and the rest should be investigated for their sickening ways.

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  17. My wife and I are now at the point in our lives where we have enough money that if we so desired, we could attend movies pretty much as often as we wanted to. We carry no debt, we have a credit card at a Meijers which is a combination grocery store, and household store, similar to a Walmart super store, but they sell gasoline also, and we get a 10 cent break if we use the card to fill up there. That is the only credit card we have, and we pay it off just as soon as it comes in.
    We live frugally, and actually gain each month. The reason that we don’t attend movies is simply due to the fact that there is nothing but trash put out anymore. On the rare occasion that something does happen to come out that my wife likes, she waits until it hits Redbox, and rents it for less than 2 dollars. At least we are not giving the perverse studios and hollyweirdos as much of our money that going to a theater would cost.
    The last movies that I recall going to were a Sherlock Holmes remake called Mr.Holmes, with Ian McClelland. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3168230/
    I give it a good rating, it was entertaining but I don’t recall a lot of vulgarity. And the other one I saw was a Tom Hardy novel made into a movie, called Far From the Madding Crowd. This was of course, excellent, as might be expected from a novel by Tom Hardy, but so often can become dull and trashy when the screenplay is garbage. This one is actually wonderfully done. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2935476/
    What is actually so good of each of these, and perhaps even better with the Holmes movie, is the cinematography, something that I usually would never notice. That is what makes it so special. The camera shots of the lush country side, and long shots of vibrant colors that are so vivid that you can almost feel as if you are a part of the scene, flying along with camera over the landscape. Of course, Ian McClelland, for his faults, is a very convincing actor, and in this one, as an aging Sherlock Holmes, who is fading into dementia, and showing the beginnings of memory loss, is at the same time, interesting, and also heartbreaking.
    With the Tom Hardy one, Far From the Madding Crowd, the focus is on a woman, who is atypical of her time, one who feels as if she can manage to run a farm and household, in a time when such things were universally considered men’s place. A large amount of poetic license is taken here, as it simply would never have been allowed to happen back in those days, she would have been starved out, with no one buying or selling to or from her, until she was forced to sell her land and livestock. But it is still an interesting movie, if one can simply suspend their beliefs.
    I have not seen these movies for a long time, and so don’t take me to task if there are a few curse words in them, or some other things that make you feel uncomfortable. I honestly don’t remember any of them, but as I said it has been awhile. As to that topic, I am an adult, and I can over look certain issues such as a curse word, or even an implied forbidden sexual relationship, such as a gay or lesbian couple, provided that the film maker doesn’tfeel the need to show me the gory details of it. There are some things that simply work much better implied and allowed to have the blanks filled in by the viewers minds. Less is often more when it comes to painting a picture that is edgy, and can also have a much greater impact. I remember watching the movie The Summer of 42, when a young person. There was a couple in a car getting frisky, in want of a better term. The young man put his hand on the ladies thigh, and moved it slightly under her skirt, and the camera cut to her face, upon which it showed her eyebrows raise slightly. Then the scene faded into another. The viewer was left to assume that a full on sex scene happened, but the director didn’t have to show it, and it made for a much more impactful scene than if they had shot some kind of porno scene.
    My point in all of this is that there actually are some good things out there, but you just have to be so darned cautious about what you watch, and I am not willing to risk my 20-30$ to go to the theater only to find myself facing a load of horse manure. Now, I must say, our theater here in my small Michigan city does offer you your money back if you walk out, and tell them you hate the movie. I just don’t like to do that. It is a 25 minute drive across town to the movies for us, or we can go down town to the lake ( that is Lake Michigan to those who don’t know what we mean by THE LAKE) which is only around 20 minutes. And that theater, called the Harbor, due to it’s proximity to the water, shows movies after they have been out for a couple of weeks. And their prices are slightly less. That is where I saw the two movies I spoke of. So they often bring in other movies that might not hit the name theaters. But that theater is often on the brink of folding. In fact, they had a fund raiser a few years ago, to try and keep it open, and would have closed, had it not been for a donation by none other than Michael Moore, of Flint, the one who hates everything conservative. I still have no love lost for him, I think he is a gaseous bag of wind, and I would feel no sorrow if he were to move to South Africa, to try and tell them how to run Johanassberg. I of course, can only say that we must pray for people like him and his ilk, that they meet the Lord on their own Damascus road, and are brought to a place of repentance, and salvation, before they do much more damage to this country.
    It should not surprise us when the people of this world act like their father, the ruler of this world. But we must always remember that we have been warned to always be aware of the devil who walks among us, seeking whom he may devour. The closer it gets to Christs return, the more active Satan will become, and the more violent his attacks.
    My dad, who went through the 8th grade, and had to drop out to work and help support the family, then got his GED in the Army, always said this one thing. Talk is cheap, it takes money to buy whiskey. Now that is a sort of crude saying, perhaps, but it does illustrate something for us as Christians. We can listen to sermons in church on Sunday, attend mid week prayer services, go to Sunday school. We can read good books about spiritual things, and associate with like minded people. We can even come here and write long posts that probably annoy many of the people here, like I tend to do. But at some point, all of our talk is basically useless, unless we back it up with action. James 1:22 But be ye doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving your own selves. This is a trap that at one time or another, we all fall into. We get so busy with being busy, that we forget that the gospel is actually about people and ministering to them. When we neglect that, no matter what the reason, we have our priorities messed up.
    Perhaps a good challenge for all of us this week is to try to make sure that we are not just filling ourselves up with the good fruits of the Holy Spirit, but also sharing them freely with everyone that we possibly can, even to the point of asking Him, during our prayers, to show us how and where we might share even more.

    I will step down from my soap box now, and allow the next person to get up on it. I fully expect that you take me to task, when I post like this, and share where you think that I might be amiss. Because I don’t claim to be a profit,or to have an open line with our Lord. I only have a heart that is limited in size, and when it gets filled it has to spill over, and this is one of the places that I feel comfortable sharing it, as I know that I am sharing it with mostly believers, who will correct me where I am wrong, and stand along side with me when I am right. My prayers are always filled with thoughts of you, and your well being. Be Blessed, and Be Safe from the Wicked one.

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    • “We get so busy with being busy, that we forget that the gospel is actually about people and ministering to them. When we neglect that, no matter what the reason, we have our priorities messed up. Perhaps a good challenge for all of us this week is to try to make sure that we are not just filling ourselves up with the good fruits of the Holy Spirit, but also sharing them freely with everyone that we possibly can, even to the point of asking Him, during our prayers, to show us how and where we might share even more.”

      Thank you for the reminder, pigpen51. The word “gospel” does mean “good news”!

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    • Hope you and your wife are doing better health-wise! Were you the one who’s wife had health problems?
      Anyway, yes I try to self monitor my own behavior since only I can change me. It also is good to not forget to ask God to do His will in you through you.
      I just wish I wasn’t so screwed up, lol! 😉

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      • Thank you, Chemtrailssuck, Yes, my wife had breast cancer, it is gone, but she is going to have 4 weeks of radiation just to be sure. She also fell and broke a bone in her back, which they repaired. And I fell pushing her in a wheel chair, and broke my nose. But we actually still feel blessed by God. My wife and I have been married for over 25 years, and are closer than ever,and she is not one of the bad statistics. We are debt free, and have a roof over our heads, and can even give a little money to those in need when ever we hear of them. So how can we dare to complain, when so many are in so much worse shape? Our God is truly an awesome God!

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        • I admire you and your wife, you keep on truckin’! My dear mom was in poor health during her whole life, but what she lacked in physical health she made up for in spiritual strength. I pray you both get through your health problems and the cancer goes away forever. It is a terrible disease and it’s even more terrible that the cures that are found (which are many) are suppressed at all costs. No profit with healthy people.

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    • What, no lube? (You know how PC and progressive they’ve become… )

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    • Well, no wonder the mormon cult cut and ran, this would ruin their chances of recruitment even further. The obvious intention here is to promote the youth having sex (with each other and with adults) and not leaving evidence as much as possible, which has always been the goal of the sex ed garbage apparently, anything about the actual health of the youth was pretext they used to get their filthy claws in the door.

      Condolences there Stovepipe.

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    • Oh YUCK YUCK YUCK!!! Hey, the Boy scouts is supposed to be a quasi freemason organization, just like rotary, Elks, etc.

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  18. Reblogged this on On the Patio and commented:

    Wow! They don’t tell you about that in the previews! That is just sick! And in a children’s movie ! Where are the censors?!

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  19. Another Hollywood bomb.

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  20. Any society that will not protect children really does not deserve to exist. In so many words, I believe that Our Lord would agree, at least generally speaking: He said, “It would be better for him to have a millstone tied around his neck and thrown to the bottom of the sea than to suffer one of these little ones to lose faith in Me.”
    I see what is happening now: This is the latest assault upon our collective sense and sensibility of what little innocence and common sense we have left. Under ZERO CIRCUMSTANCES should children have to endure the Law of the Jungle—especially the sexual jungle. Under ZERO CIRCUMSTANCES should children EVER be expected to accept molestation as a normal part of growing up, or that it can be enjoyable. Under ZERO CIRCUMSTANCES should a child’s innocence EVER be open to assault.
    But this is where we have come to. Pretty soon, abortion shall have been legal in America for a half-century, and already, for almost 20 years, we’ve been hearing of the euthanasia happening over in Europe.

    I hope the movie bombs at the box office, and I hope the producers and director of this movie never find work again.

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  21. This sounds just downright yucky. And shame to those trying to sneak in the back door to harm our children in so many ways. Using animals is low, all children love animals. Thank goodness there are a few people paying attention and giving warning.

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  22. This is sick on every level. When can we start the fireworks who thinks these things up? Who ever it is needs an 8mm planted squarely between the eyes.

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  23. Unfortunately, I did as most people do…I condemned this movie just by the article and the comments…mostly, if not all, from others that have not watched this movie. I made it a point yesterday to go see this movie. Being a very strong advocate for children, I was horrified by what I read on this site but wanted to be sure I was coming from fact, when I spouted off about this movie because I was fully prepared to stand outside the theater to inform parents of what they were bringing their children to see. I’m SO glad I went to see it.
    This show centers on a Dog Show…hence the film’s name, Show Dog. The main character, Max, entered the show as a contestant to find a stolen panda bear (making a long story short here). At all REAL dog shows, male dogs jewels are checked to make sure they are intact. This procedure was expressed in this movie, however….and it’s a BIG however, only an adult would know what was going on at this point in this movie because innuendo was used to bring up this procedure. If a young child knows what the innuendo meant…that child didn’t learn it from this movie. That child knew about it beforehand. That being the case, it would raise a number of questions with me. 1. Did this child learn of this in their home…vulgar innuendo or outright trash-talking at home? 2. Is this child spending time on the internet not being monitored as to where they go? 3. Have they learned this by the friends they play with and perhaps those children come from homes where vulgar language around the children is not restricted? 4. Is this child a victim of pedophilia? 5. Or maybe this child was familiar with dog shows and knows how the judge examines the dog for their comportment and other attributes they must have to be a true show dog.
    All I can say is, this film would not be guilty of grooming your child into pedophila…no way…no how! Having seen it, I believe young children would love to see this film. Trust me…there’s no massaging of genitals in this film…not only that…you never SEE any genitals. Take your children…they’ll love this movie:)

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    • “Unfortunately, I did as most people do…I condemned this movie just by the article and the comments…mostly, if not all, from others that have not watched this movie.”

      That’s because the version you saw had been sanitized. After the warning was sounded by the mommy blogger, the movie’s production company removed TWO offensive scenes:

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      • I will definitely not take my children to watch this movie…even with the “sanitized” version. Knowing how it was made and later “edited” and the simple fact that it’s from hellywood is enough for me.
        I will not give these satan worshipers any of my money or expose my children to their propaganda.

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      • What was the second scene they cut out? They didn’t show it (or it went past me brain).

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    • Even our local paper had a write up about the controversy of the movie, though they made sure to not get too graphic about it. The whole sick part was cut from the film (they just care about money). The devil works very subtly. They’re putting this heinous crap out there to see how the “masses” (us) react. If we don’t react, then they figure the light is green and they put even worse stuff out there.

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  24. This is how things like this get started:

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  25. I’m sure most people here see what this is about. They deliberately offend and push the issues. This moves “the bar” where they want it. Then the “debate” becomes “either you support LBGAW-wild monkey sex, or you’re an ignorant, Bible-bashing throwback.

    It is getting intense. If you take the time to just digest it all it is very easy to see.

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