I am a student at Tawa Intermediate School in Wellington, New Zealand. I am in Room 15 and a member of the amazing Huia Syndicate. My teacher is Stephanie Thompson.

Wednesday, 19 September 2012

the ratings on movies

All Movies have ratings. You could watch an R18 movie and be 7 years old. Most parents would not like that at all, but lots of people do watch movies that they shouldn't and think it's awesome. It's not. 

I know tonnes of kids that do watch movies they shouldn't and it changes the way they act and it's always bad. Best case scenario they would start swearing, worst case scenario they don't talk at all. I think the reason lots of kids do it is because they think that other people will think they are cool but in reality it changes them... a lot.


  1. This is a fabulous piece of writing, Jono. I'm not sure what you mean about the best case and worse case scenarios - there are other considerations including possibly violence, etc. Anyway - this is well structured and very well written indeed. Keep it up! ;)

  2. Hi Jono
    This week's writing has improved a lot. Remember to organize your work. You've got a great introduction and two main points. I can also hear your personal voice coming through in this post. Next time you need a conclusion next time.

    How do you think watching r18s impacts on kids. What is about those movies that changes the way people act?


    1. Hi Miss
      I think it impacts kids because R18 movies always have things in them that kids should NOT watch because it changes the way they because the scenes that they shouldn't watch imprint on them.


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