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Sex Education 101

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Where do the baby rabbits come from? Woodrow Village Films takes an in-depth look at sexual reproduction in the first installment of their new educational series.

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I'm sorry if I get a bit uncivil, but this was pretty much trash. I'll explain more nicely below.
Look man, this is a supposedly "family friendly" site - I'm sure most parents don't want their kids seeing/hearing this! I try to not be so mean in anything I post, and I don't mean to discourage you as a filmmaker, but really man. It's just not a nice thing for someone to post a crude"birds and the bees" type thing where young kids hang around! We don't want this polluting their minds and stuff. I can't sit back and just ignore this stuff forever.

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Gentry it's alright to present your opinions, but please refrain from calling other members' films "trash." It isn't respectful.

I don't believe in censorship of artistic works. I do believe in content warnings. As long as appropriate warnings are in place, what our users do with those warnings is not my place to decide for them. This forum is not for children under 13 years of age.

Nonetheless, I do want the forum itself to be free of objectionable content. We take great pains to ensure that is the case. But I think an artistic community like this one is not the place for censorship of films themselves.

We do make an exception for works that are blatantly pornographic, which this isn't.

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Hurray for freedom...! Wow that was a really outrageous informational film! It's pretty crude, yes, but it has excellent voice acting and good overall composition.

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You've triggered me for lifeeeee

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Hardly could be called an "educational" film.  Calling it that must be part of the "comedy".  I checked it anyway since I thought it would actually be educational (or funny), but it was neither.

Thank the moderator for the warning, because the directory link is woefully inaccurate/deceptive in its content rating, "Mild Language".  Mild Language would be like a typical episode of M*A*S*H.

Nonetheless, it's always good to check the directory link first, as most of us on BiM are accurate when we provide our descriptions.

(By the way, I accidentally clicked the wrong spot and gave it a 3 brick rating instead of 1, so my vote threw this off.)

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HoldingOurOwn wrote:

Hardly could be called an "educational" film.

Clearly it was meant as a joke. C'mon, guys.

Thank the moderator for the warning, because the directory link is woefully inaccurate/deceptive in its content rating, "Mild Language".  Mild Language would be like a typical episode of M*A*S*H.

I didn't realize the directory content flag hadn't been updated, fixed that now. If people could report posts to make a note of this sort of thing for moderators, that would be more helpful to fix the problem than complaining about it without letting us know directly. Thank you.

I don't even like this film and would never want to make something like it, yet I find myself defending it on principle. Allowing films with PG-13 or even R-rated content isn't a new thing here. I think it's really telling, and strange, that we get at least a few film a month here with gratuitous violence played in a glorifying manner and nobody raises a complain about it, but even a joking, oblique reference to sexual matters is received with disgust and uproar. I can't believe the latter is more damaging to young minds than the former (and neither can nearly every media effects study in history!)

Ultimately, BiM is not here to be a parent. We do our best to flag links to films with objectionable content and restrict objectionable content on the forums themselves. But what kids browsing this site, and their parents who shouldn't be giving them unsupervised access to the Internet if they're worried about their kid intentionally seeking out objectionable content, do with that is up to them. BiM has little to no objectionable content on the forum itself, but most of the Internet is objectionable content, statistically speaking.

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mini/lol

Does this mean you guys aren't looking forward to part two in the series??

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Woodrow Village wrote:

Does this mean you guys aren't looking forward to part two in the series??

I may or may not have perceived the description "the first installment of their new educational series" as a threat in light of the fun time I've had with community response to this first installment

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I don't know which is funnier, the film or the forum response so far. Both are pretty hilarious.

I mean, really guys, how do you think you all came about?

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MindGame wrote:

I mean, really guys, how do you think you all came about?

Something about rabbits right? mini/wink

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BoatsAreRockable wrote:
MindGame wrote:

I mean, really guys, how do you think you all came about?

Something about rabbits right? mini/wink

No a Stork obviously ya nimrod!

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Cartoonkid98 wrote:

No a Stork obviously ya nimrod!

Something along those lines.

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Thanks for ruining Yoshi's Island for me... mini/sad

Also I didn't mind this film. It was alright with decent technical aspects and it was sometimes funny. To be honest any kids watching will probably forget about this a day later rather than being scarred for life.

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I thought this was a decent video. The jokes were a bit crude, but I thought Thomas Wilson Woodrow did a good job with the set-up and execution of them. I'm just a bit disappointed it was only in 720p...

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I didn't mean to put the blame on BiM here. My point was, yeah its a joke, and people find this kind of crude humor laughable, but I didn't like it. I apologize if my previous comment came off a bit strong.

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I'm cool with the vid.  Its not my style but that doesn't make it wrong.  The cinematics and execution was really quite good, as was the lighting and colour.  Will I watch part 2?  Yes - not because this one was funny (my sense of humour is very different to this) - but because a lot of talent is behind this if you can look past the 'story'.

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I don't think anyone was talking censorship here, Smeagol.  I (and others) was only critical about it being misrated (Thx for fixing that, Smeagol) & not funny.  (It remind me about how sad I get when SciFi channel releases movies like Mega Snake and Sharknado, when so many truly talented writers want to get into TV and are unable to get their foot in the door.  For every video like this that gets many views, there are talented storytellers on youtube who are overlooked.)

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Fortunately, for all, I was only teasing about there being another installment on the way. mini/tongue

I wouldn't want to mislead anyone seeking actual educational films... on a BRICK-FILMING website.
Now... where can I find that advanced calculus tutorial?! Paging Dr. Christiansen...

And... thank you! to everyone who watched it -- including those who've been scarred and/or damaged.

I didn't expect this one to make any waves. I only wanted to animate the

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new bunny-pieces coming out of the bunny-suit mini-figure's backside...

Everything else was built around that whole moment/just an excuse. It is what it is. mini/eek

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HoldingOurOwn wrote:

I don't think anyone was talking censorship here, Smeagol.  I (and others) was only critical about it being misrated

Naw, more than one person told me it needed to be removed and if you read the first reply in this very thread, you'll see Gentry (who I was replying to when I mentioned censorship) saying this film shouldn't be on this site.

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