Does Violence In Movies Contribute To Violent Teens

In the Nineties we have been faced in many different situations that will have a big impact on the way that the teens of the nineties look at their teenage years. We grow in a society where it is not unusual to see kids interested in guns at a very young age. Most parents that I know will buy their kids anything they want to keep them quiet. I know that I got a BB gun at a young age, and so did many of my friends. Kids today think that guns are cool because they see actors and actresses using them in movies to get what they want or to kill someone that is bothering them. With kids today the more violence in a movie the more it sells at the box office. Right now in America we have a ...

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they will try to get it without anyone knowing about it. People are always looking to put the blame off on other people or something other than themselves. If people would stop blaming movies and start trying to help their kids, our society will improve. But taking the easy way out seems to be the way society looks at everything, because they figure if they look the other way they cannot be blamed, when in all reality, they are the problem. The kids that I know who cause trouble do not cause the trouble because the seen a movie star playing a gangster in a movie, they cause the trouble because they’ve are not getting enough attention from their parents.
Growing up as a kid, I loved to watch violent movies and TV shows specially James Bond, and wrestling, which is one of the most violent programs on cable today. I think that the reason I liked to watch James Bond was he has a license to kill which means that if anyone gave him a problem he could shoot them. Wrestling was ...

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Recently, they had a kid that grew up in Flat Rock, one day over the summer he went into Woodhaven High School and shot and killed a kid, the teenager told the police that he was inspired by the lyrics in one of Marilyn Manson’s song and also from a gang related movie that he had just watched on T.V. Lieutenant Tallman said that of the juvenile murders that he has seen when on duty, about 75%, and Ron and Steve Jr. have only seen the one so they really could not comment, were committed because they listen to music with "Parental Advisory Explicit Content" stickers on them, and from watching very violent movies, such as mob, spy, and gang related movies.
Lt. Col. David Grossman is a ...

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