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Movie Messages

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The entertainment industry bombards us with obvious and subtle messages. What’s scary is that we often don’t recognize them as worldviews or notice how they skew our thinking. To help you and your family identify varying worldviews in the culture, play any of these games of Movie Messages while watching the following movies. Written by the Plugged In Staff, these resources contain everything you need as a parent to train your kids to recognize the worldviews around them.

Download: game board, game cards, and the Parents Guide to Movie Messages: Frozen

Recognize positive and negative worldviews: biocentrism, monarchism, situational ethics, materialism, pragmatism, occultism, self-actualization

Read Plugged In’s review before playing this game as a family to understand whether this movie is appropriate to show to your kids.

Download: game board, game cards, and the Parents Guide to Movie Messages: Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio

Recognize positive and negative worldviews: authority bias, christianity, fascism, fatalism, karma,  materialism, nationalism, paganism and pragmatism. 

Read Plugged In’s review before playing this game as a family to understand whether this movie is appropriate to show to your kids.

Download: game board, game cards, and the Parents Guide to Movie Messages: The Iron Giant

Recognize positive and negative worldviews: altruism, christianity, communism, ethical egoism, free will, immortality of the soul, jingoism and taoism. 

Read Plugged In’s review before playing this game as a family to understand whether this movie is appropriate to show to your kids.

Download: game board, game cards, and the Parents Guide to Movie Messages: The Jungle Book

Recognize positive and negative worldviews: absolute monarchy, altruism, cynicism, epicureanism, ethical egoism, Machiavellianism, militarism and misanthropism. 

Read Plugged In’s review before playing this game as a family to understand whether this movie is appropriate to show to your kids.

Download: game board, game cards, and the Parents Guide to Movie Messages: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Recognize positive and negative worldviews: altruism, defeatism, ethical egoism, multiverse theory, narcissism, noblesse oblige, scientism and self-actualization 

Read Plugged In’s review before playing this game as a family to understand whether this movie is appropriate to show to your kids.

Download: game board, game cards, and the Parents Guide to Movie Messages: Toy Story

Recognize positive and negative worldviews: authority bias, egoism, fatalism, materialism, natural selection, nihilism, occultism and paganism. 

Read Plugged In’s review for Toy Story before playing this game as a family to understand whether this movie is appropriate to show to your kids.

We hope you enjoyed using these Movie Messages resources created by Focus on the Family magazine and Plugged In. For future Movie Messages, subscribe to the magazine.

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