Chelsea… my heart goes out to you, hon. And to all young folks… who have so much evil forced down your throats in the media (movies, music, video games, TV). These “choices” were much less common, when I was your age. Although, they did exist.
I can remember my mother, years ago… took my sisters and me… to see the movie “Love Story”. Not only were there sarcastic comments, made about Catholics in that movie… but it was sexually explicit. My poor, naive mother… having come from an era where “Love Story” would have meant a wholesome, moral story of a romance between a man and a woman (i.e., Jeanette MacDonald & Nelson Eddy)… instead, got the shock of her life.
I can still remember her, grabbing all three of us (kids) by the shirts, and walking us briskly… through the dark, up the aisle and OUT the door. She then hunted down the theater manager and demanded her money back.
I had a similar situation, years later. While on a date with a boy I really liked. He took me to a movie, that had so much gore and violence, I thought I would vomit. Toward the middle of the movie… I couldn’t take it anymore… and I got up, and walked out to the lobby. So upset… that I had to wonder what kind of boy I was dating. We broke up, not long after that.
You may just have to get more “picky” about what movies you will go to… and what movies you won’t go to. And that is your right. So, don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. Don’t let anyone pressure you into attending a film, that you’re uncomfortable with.
Here is a website… where you can read what the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops have to say about films, before you attend. That way, you can decide if it’s something that you want to stay away from. I hope it will help you. God bless.