Delray Beach Movie Showing Proves Not All Parents Should Be Allowed To Make Choices, Probably Should Be Eaten By Dinosaurs.
BY: ANDREW COLTON | Editor and Publisher
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Like him or dislike him, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has spent a lot of political capital fighting for the rights of parents to make their own choices when it comes to education. His claim: parents know better than teachers and administrators what is best for their children. A recent showing of Jurassic World: Dominion — the blockbuster conclusion of Jurassic Park — proves that he’s wrong.
BocaNewsNow.com was in an early evening showing of Jurassic World Saturday in a Delray Beach movie theater. Inexplicably, multiple — and we mean at least five — parents brought their children under age six to the movie. Unsurprisingly, these children cried and screamed in horror, one apparently defecated with such force that a parent actually exclaimed about it. All of these parents, at some point during the movie, ushered their crying kids to the door.
What parent would bring their young child to a PG-13 movie about dinosaurs overtaking the universe and eating people after hissing and thumping in the dark of night? Probably the same parents who believed that masks did nothing at school during the height of COVID. There’s no marketing material, anywhere, that suggests Jurassic World features a purple dinosaur named Barney. There’s gunfire. There’s regular fire. There’s death. There’s blood. There are monsters. Even millennials — ignorant to so much — must know that Jurassic Park didn’t end well for its visitors, and it’s unlikely that the final installment is going to lead to a ”Dinosaur Lives Matter” moment where all hold hands, paws, and march.
In its own way, Jurassic World is a perfect microcosm of a world where parents bring their young children to Jurassic World. In a series very much about survival of the fittest, it shows that the smart survive and the unintelligent get eaten. The unintelligent — those who bring their children to what is a essentially a summer horror flick — have no business making their own educational choices for their children.
But we do suspect they’d taste mighty fine to whatever T-Rex lurks around the corner. We only hope their children are well cared for, and educated, after their demise.
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