It's not just parenting groups, though. It's every critic who says, in a review, "Such and such a line seemed a little edgy for a supposedly family-friendly movie." It's every parent who says that something seems too "dark" for their kids. The world is dark, the world is edgy, and kids are fascinated by darkness and edginess. They want to and need to explore being frightened, being fascinated, being confused, being mean, and everything else. American parents seem ****-bent on feeding their kids only good-for-you entertainment, rather than trying to engage their kids' minds and bring them up to be intelligent, complex, discriminating human beings.