"One was the stone table breaking apart"
Spoiler scene ahead
That's odd considering that scene, where the table breaks apart isn't even visible to the audience. Only through the sound and the two girl characters eyes shocked look, is only visible leaving the rest to the audiences imagination. Oh well, I think it's even stranger that Spencers Gift stores located in most large family orientated malls display and sell numerous adult sex toys and graphically explicit SEXUAL ADULT(porn) RATED gag gifts and graphics stickers, etc., in full view where underage kids are permitted and do browse through the isles giggling and snickering not understanding exactly why they're laughing nervously. Where's the concern, outrage and parental/adult guidance there?!! Because it's located in a mall and not the stereotypical seedy corner street porn store, it's deemed okay? I've noticed this particular Spencers Gift store in my local family orientated mall sexually explicit adult product line keeps getting more extensive and vulgar each passing year. I hadn't been in it for years. Boy have things changed for the worse. I use to like going in there for the light to fair yuk yuk gag gifts and unique light fixtures. It's as if this stores owner realizes no one is watching OR concerned so they've obviously are pushing the adult content product line envelope. I was amazed at how many under aged kids were filtering in and out of this store during the day, not requiring to enter with any i.d. yet grocery stores make them show i.d. for cigarette purchases. I'm not trying to get off topic but Americas priorities are really jacked up. And yes, I plan on notifying the proper authorities and city officials about this store. Something is terribly wrong here. Underaged kids shouldn't be able to go into a store and purchase sexaully explicit adult paraphenalia let alone view and touch it. Thanks for allowing my rant regarding glaringly societal hypocrycies(sp?) in America.
She asked me to escort her to the rest room and just as we were retaking our seats and not yet looking at the screen, which meant she had no idea what might be coming down the track at her, the table broke apart with a very loud crack. We BOTH ducked LOL, and I had seen it before. She said a fifth grade boy at school told her that scene scared him, too.
I often wonder how much children *seem* to be absorbing, without effect, through the media, when they really are getting overloaded.