We’ve all been there, when you’ve got your phone in your hand and just need to send a text, and your child is staring right at you.
The moment you see her look at your phone, you’re ready to snap, but then she stops and she looks away.
And then she looks back at you and it’s just a blank screen.
But that’s the way this movie was meant to play out.
“Dirty Eyes” is the latest addition to a long list of Disney movies with a message about parents who are watching too much TV, or are too busy to watch.
But what does this message actually mean?
For some parents, the message is more of a warning: don’t let your kids get so caught up in what they’re watching, or they’ll get too caught up with it, and end up wasting time.
But for others, the idea is more playful, as if they’re just playing with a toy or pretend to be something else.
Here’s how “Deglobal” breaks down some of the key messages the movie presents, and why parents can use the movie to tell their kids not to go crazy on TV.
First, let’s talk about the title.
In the movie, a kid asks for the address of a drugstore.
When he looks up the address, the kids ask for directions to that store.
But instead of looking for directions, the kid wants to get directions to a place where he can go get a tattoo, which is why he looks so worried when the kids tell him the address.
The kid, who looks a little more than a toddler, asks his mom why she doesn’t want to see him getting tattoos, and she tells him that he should stop being a kid and be a man.
So the kid looks at his mom and asks, “Mom, are you really telling me that you’re going to send me to the tattoo parlor and start tattooing myself, too?”
The answer is yes.
The message is, “Don’t let them be too involved.”
If the parents have kids in their home, they should be at least as involved in the family business as the kids.
The movie says, “Be a father.
Be a son.”
The movie goes on to say, “Let them watch TV.
Let them play video games.
Let ’em use the Internet.
But don’t tell them that it’s OK to be a kid.
Let’s keep the message clear: it’s okay to be kids, but let’s be careful.”
Kids should be encouraged to be active in their own lives and let the parents do the heavy lifting.
If you’re worried that your kids will become too distracted by their screens, the movie says to stay clear of them.
And if they get bored with their screens?
The movie urges parents to talk about what they like, like, and dislike and let them know that if they are unhappy, they can reach out to you, so they can be a little less involved.
“Don’T let them watch too much.”
“Dangerous” was the most successful of the Dirty Dozen movies, selling almost 20 million copies.
That means there were almost 6.4 million copies of “Dangers,” the last film on the Dirty Dens, sold to theaters.
It’s been an incredibly successful franchise, with more than 100 movies on the Disney library, and even a few movies that have made it into movie theaters.
“The Walt Disney Company has long been known for its commitment to family entertainment, and this is no exception,” says Jodi Rios, president of the Walt Disney Studios.
“This is not only a great movie, but it also celebrates the Disney brand.”
What does “DANGEROUS” mean?
“DOPES” means “do something dangerous.”
The kids in the film are in danger, and the kids in this movie aren’t.
The kids are playing video games, and their parents are in their living room watching TV.
But they’re not playing video gaming, so their parents aren’t in danger.
The Disney movie also tells the parents what they should do if they become too caught in the “Doozen” game: stay quiet.
When you get to the point where you want to do something dangerous, tell the parents: don’ t let them get caught up.
Let me explain.
The game is called “Doom,” and it involves people killing each other, but the kids are in a very different place.
“A kid has no idea what the DOOZEN are,” the movie tells us.
“You don’t want the DOOLS to get the edge.
If they don’t stop it, it’s game over.”
That’s the problem with the game: the kids don’t know how to stop it.
It takes the kid a little while to figure it out, and then