Hollywood's Summer: Just Kidding

The movies are softer, the kids are smarter, and everything's going PG

Danny, the fatherless boy in Arnold Schwarzenegger's new Last Action Hero, is living the dream of any lonely young movie fan. He has been blasted magically through the screen to co-star in a new action film with Jack Slater, his favorite hero and budding father figure. But there are differences between reel life and real life. The boy writes a certain word on a piece of paper and asks the man to say it out loud. Jack declines the challenge, and Danny knows why. "You can't," the lad crows. "You can't possibly say it! Because this movie is PG-13."

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