There has recently been some talk and debate about Bart Simpsons surprising full frontal scene in the new “The Simpsons Movie”. This particular scene features Bart Simpson completely naked and exposes more than many fans are used to seeing on his prime time TV series. Bart Simpson’s new full frontal exposure has caused some people to be in an uproar over this part of “The Simpson’s Movie. Some parents are saying that they do not want their children exposed to that kind or material. These parents also believe that “The Simpsons Movie” should be given a stricter movie rating of R and not PG-13.
A full frontal movie scene may not be suitable for all audiences, especially young children. Nevertheless, Bart Simpson’s nude scene does not violate any ethical rights in its context. This concern about “The Simpsons Movie” is being taken to unnecessary extremes. Some movie critics and entertainment journalists believe that Bart Simpson’s full frontal scene may damage the potential revenue for “The Simpsons Movie”. This is due to the objection from parents and other citizens regarding the appropriateness for this particular sight. It is believed that “The Simpsons Movie” will not make as much money that it could if Bart Simpson’s full frontal scene was not included in the picture.
On the contrary, this skepticism and public speaking may indeed create more interest in “The Simpson’s Movie”. It is unfortunate that this interest will more than likely be influenced by the desire to see Bart Simpson naked. The movie going public will want to know what all the fuss is about. This can help to boost box office receipts and demand for “The Simpsons Movie”. Hopefully, this frenzy over Bart Simpson’s full frontal scene will not bring a cloud over the movie as a whole. The Simpsons franchise has been successful because it never disappoints the fans and audience.
It is a creation that entertains and surely has more to offer in “The Simpsons Movie” than Bart’s controversial nakedness. Making a big deal out of one simple aspect definitely takes away from the Simpson’s’ honor and is disrespectful to their history of success. The Simpsons have been naked in numerous episodes on their Fox time slot. This animated program has included many controversial themes and actions. Yet, they have still been able to keep the entertainment within acceptable limits. The Simpsons is not as offensive as South Park. If that were the case, The Simpsons would not have lasted as long on broadcast television.
This cartoon has loyal fans who will continue to follow it for decades and through generations to come. There is an easy solution for those who are offended when it comes to “The Simpsons Movie”. Parents who are concerned about their children seeing Bart Simpson full frontal should not take their kids to watch the movie. There is nothing wrong with opting for a less “offensive” cartoon or movie deemed more kid-friendly. Do not complain about one animated film when there are tons of others to choose from.
“The Simpsons Movie” is just a cartoon. It is not real and was produced for mere entertainment. Many people are acting like 20th Century Fox is releasing one of Jenna Jameson’s movies. Call something offensive when the shoe fits. Bart Simpson’s full frontal scene does not fit. Citizens should keep that in mind and create arguments that are worthwhile.