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Yardman2001 (talkcontribs)

A terrible movie made for kids. vs. a great movie made for kids.

"It's Made for Kids" is an excuse used to dismiss criticism towards products and forms of media intended for younger audiences. This article will focus on the matter regarding video games.

Everything wrong with this excuse

It is well-known that kids are easier to entertain by simple things that adults may find boring or poorly-executed. Likewise, they are unlikely to understand and/or appreciate more highly-complicated and mature adult movies. Because of that, movies targeted at younger audiences tend to be simpler than shows targeted at an older audience, but that doesn't mean that movies aimed at kids should be too simplistic, realistic, and basic.

Often when movies meant for younger audiences or kids aged six and up are criticized for either poor quality, how they teach negative messages, rely on cheap comedy, use lazy animation, or lack any real substance and logic, some people might use "It's made for kids" as an excuse for doing so. Saying that "it's made for kids" shouldn't be a good enough excuse for making low-quality and effortless movies and excessively kid-friendly movies that grown-ups will find boring or poorly-executed. This excuse also treats kids like they are unintelligent beings or idiots with no real taste that will be entertained by literally anything they watch, which isn't true.

On the other hand, some older people dismiss movies targeted at young audiences as "Kiddie shows". Just because a show has a younger target audience that doesn't mean that older people teens and/or adults aren't allowed to watch them enjoy and/or won't find challenge and substance in them. If the show is well made, anyone can enjoy them.

Even if amovie is aimed at kids, the adults may also be interested in it (the movie would be rated either G-rated or PG-rated, and the television parental guidelines rating "G" means "General Audiences", not just kids, but both kids and adults). There are many shows aimed at younger audiences that can also be enjoyed by grown-ups, for example, Toy story, Star Wars, Marvel,Finding Nemo, Pixar, Disney , just to name few; the aforementioned shows are kid-friendly, but yet they have enough substance and real effort put in to be entertaining for adults and don't pander towards kids (either younger or in their pre-teen years).

There is no excuse for making a poorly-made movie just because of who its demographic is targeted towards.

How to make a good kids' movie

  1. A pleasing colorful art style and character design that is easy on the eye but not too "cartoonish", "basic", "realistic", or "simplistic".
    • Humanoid/anthropomorphic animals, talking vehicles and trains, and fantasy creatures are usually a good pick for this.
  2. A premise or plot that isn't too complicated, but not too simplistic either.
  3. No swearing and/or sexual content and minimal blood. Mild cartoon violence is fine, especially if the characters in the show are non-humans or the violence is used as "slapstick". Tom and Jerry is an example of this, and so is Looney Tunes.
  4. Educational value, especially in movies rated G.
  5. Immersive characters that serve as good role models as protagonists or real challenges as antagonists.
    • Some children's movies even lack antagonists to retain a pleasing mood.


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DeciduousWater534 (talkcontribs)

What on Earth are you even trying to get at?

Yardman2001 (talkcontribs)

Oh I was just give an idea of how a can help out

the emoji movie shouldn't be here.

Summary by ACoolBlaze5

Nothing to see here, people, move along.

Awesomeman57 (talkcontribs)

this is a great movie. I love it. The idea was great and the execution was ok.

Stephenfisher2001 (talkcontribs)


HellLord (talkcontribs)

Awesomeman, you have your opinion, we can’t delete the page

RaymesisEvil (talkcontribs)

i love this movie (my opinion)

Trevor807 (talkcontribs)

I don't mean to disrespect opinions, but I'd accept it had you not wanted it deleted.

Talking about the popeye movie

GD2031 (talkcontribs)

Popeye was gonna be a Sony pictures animation film about a character made by paramount PopeyeSadly it is replaced by the emoji movie Why the movie would rock

1.Amazing voice acting Both popeye and Olive oyl has great voices

2.Amazing Animation .It is really cool the fact that the 3d animation is very good

3.Its an amazing animated movie about a character from a Old tv show (cartoon)

4.unlike the Woody Woodpecker Movie its an a good movie

Bad Qualities

1.The movie got replaced by a bad movie

Hello, the page's infobox has a problem

ACoolBlaze5 (talkcontribs)

Please replace it, and maybe even remove the protection.

ChroniclesXII (talkcontribs)

Although I hate this film, I hate Star Wars 8: The Last Jedi even more. I know this sounds weird, but this and Transformers 5 are worse than The Emoji Movie personally. I still hate The Emoji Movie.

Masson Thief (talkcontribs)

Maybe because The Emoji Movie is a standalone film while the others you mentioned can give the feeling of "franchise ruined" especially TLJ.

Could someone please add this YouTube video code to the "videos" section?

TtA (talkcontribs)


How to make a "good" The Emoji Movie

Stephenfisher2001 (talkcontribs)

1. Make sure that there are no real-life companiesand games like Just Dance, Candy Crush, YouTube, Spotify, Facebook, etc.

2. Make all of the Emoji acting like they wanted this film to exist, without having a Meh.

3. Make sure you find a story that wasn't over done ideas.

4. Do not add a rip-off 2nd hero character, like Wyldstyle from The LEGO Movie

5. Make sure you made a villian, that he, or she is really responsible for all the troubles that happened in the movie, and make sure that he, or she even caused the death of many characters such as the trolls and the Just Dance girl and almost caused the entire phone to almost have its data deleted.

6. Make sure that you make a hero character, That he, or she, would to do was to protect the Emojis while the villian is doing something bad.

7. Never make this film into a aggressively childish writing.

8. Never end the film with a dance party.

9. No sequels, ever.

What do you think?

ItMeansNothing (talkcontribs)

Number 8: Never end the film with a dance party.

Number 9: No sequels, ever.

👎 Negative downsizing

JamesTaylor (talkcontribs)

Thumbs down for The Emoji Movie, This is disastrously animation bad movie i ever seen

ItMeansNothing (talkcontribs)

You want a worse animated film? Mutafukaz is here to answer your prayers.

JamesTaylor (talkcontribs)

Japanese Animated film they made this?

ItMeansNothing (talkcontribs)

It's actually in France and Japan

JamesTaylor (talkcontribs)

That’s good to see

Mickey Mouse (talkcontribs)

Which was the first ever animated movie to be nominated at the Golden Raspberry Awards?

I used to think it was this movie but I realized it wasn't.

New categories that should be added here

Gabgaberox (talkcontribs)

Columbia Pictures Films, Films with misleading posters, Worst Screenplay Winners, Rip-off films and either Box office disappointments or Box Office Hits That Received Negative Feedback.

SpazJR61 (talkcontribs)

And fix those videos.