Feature Films For Families: A Bad Movie – Bad Review
But what about the Parents Guide for Family Discussion?
Oh for God sake. Fine
Q1: Because falling in love with a pretend cowboy-child is an important step in every young boy’s life, and your parents are there to ensure you are locked up in a cupboard with copies of Playboy until you are fixed.
Q2:Nothing. It worked for him!
Q3: You’re basically asking why food and water are important. Seriously?
Q4: Probably lots of stuff. Are we being vague enough?
So what’s the deal here, Feature Films For Families?
When realising that I had just added another Feature Film For Families movie to the collection, I became immediately suspicious of them as a production studio. They just seemed far too clean-cut a bunch of moralists to not have some severe and abundant skeletons in theirs closets, or torsos under the patio.
Were my suspicions correct? Well, as I have already kind of spoiled by calling them swindlers, FFFF have a bit of a reputation.
Telemarketing and fraud!
Or as someone on the interwebs referred to their practice…Telemormonism, which is amazing.
So, according to the always accurate Wikipedia, the Fuhrer of Feature Films For Families, a certain Forrest S Baker III, pictured here has been a bit of a naughty boy it would seem, and has employed some, shall we say, mildly immoral tactics when promoting and funding his films.
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