Movie: The Chumscrubber

October 5, 2006 at 6:19 am Leave a comment

The Chumscrubber is a must see movie for any parent.  This movie takes a serious look at parental apathy and other social aspects in upper middle class neighborhoods.  Many aspects of modern life are examined in this movie.  This movie is sobering with all that it examines, but well worth watching.  It is a great conversation starter for some serious discussions among parents, and should be discussed with teenagers and their parents too.  Personally, I think it should be a required view for every parent, but that might be just me.  Many have belittled the movie, but I think they were evaluating the movie based on entertainment value.  The movie is not entertaining – it is more of a slam on modern parenting, over medicated children, and social apathy in general!

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