Nancy Picogna’s comments about a couple of current PG rated movies from yesterday’s blog provoked some response. Natalie Bishop wrote, "I second Nancy’s thoughts and message here. I listened to the Marley and Me cd (picked up at a Cracker Barrel) on a long trip by myself and was disappointed in the amount of swearing. Based on the book reading, I knew the movie would disappoint. I do want to recommend a movie I got at the library recently which was wonderful for a family movie. (especially girls!) It is a Hallmark movie called Follow the Stars and we all enjoyed it." Karen Diestelkamp wrote, "Our family recently watched a Hallmark Hall of Fame movie Front of the Class. (Some friends recorded it for us when it was shown on television a few of weeks ago.) We thoroughly enjoyed it and we recommend it. It is based on the real life story of a man now living and teaching school in Georgia. We give it a rating of excellent!" Wayne Goforth wrote, "Don’t forget that there are the online moivie reviews from a ‘christian’ perspective. http://www.pluggedinonline.com/movies/movies/a0004412.cfm ." And charles0322 posted on the blog (see below), "You sure can’t trust them. My sister was watching Beetlejuice from the 80’s and swore she heard the F word. We rewound and sure enough this PG movie had that word! You can not even trust the G movies!!!! Look at Cars from Disney Pixar. While a really great movie, it does have a cussword where he says , ‘Somebody get me out of this Hillbilly H***,’ and there is an attempt at using Christ’s name in vain. At the end one car goes, "Oh, for the love of Chrysler." Depending upon your view of taking the Lord’s name in vain, this was a veiled attempt." I am not a "movie buff," so I have never started doing movie reviews but content myself with book reviews. But I do wish to pass along information that you can use.