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How to Watch a Movie Your Parents Don't Want You to See
So you've been reading about this movie that came out several years ago that sounds really intriguing. The problem? It's rated R, you're 11-16, and your parents are super strict about what you see in movies. You know that you're mature enough to handle it, but know that your parents would never approve. Don't worry: it's easy to watch it without your parents knowing.
Getting It on iTunes
Open up an iTunes account (if you don't already have one) with your own email address.(iTunes sends an email to whatever email address you sign up with whenever you download something, so if you sign up using your parent's, they will know if you buy/rent a movie they don't want you watching.) If your parents don't let you buy stuff using their credit card(s), you can use your own money to buy an iTunes gift card and sign up with that.
Find the movie that you want to see on iTunes and either buy or rent it.Buying a movie costs .99, renting a movie costs .99. Renting is probably a safer option if your parents check your computer because it costs less and automatically deletes itself 24 hours after you watch it.
Enjoy your movie!
Watching It on YouTube
Go to YouTube.
Type in (insert movie you want to see) part 1.
If YouTube has it, watch it.
Getting It at the Library
If there is a library that has DVDs/Blu-rays near you, bike, walk, or drive (if you're old enough to have your license) to it.
See if it has the movie you want to see.
If it does, check it out, hide it, watch it when your parents aren't home, and return it.
Ask a Friend
If you have a friend who has an extensive DVD collection, ask him/her if they have the movie you want to see.
If yes, ask to borrow it.
Have them bring the DVD/Blu-ray with them the next time they come over or have them give it to you at school.
Watch it when your parents aren't home and return it to your friend.
Go to a popular P2P site and see if someone has uploaded the movie you want to see.
If they do, watch it.
Please note that this method is very risky, as your computer could contract a virus, as well as it being illegal.
Watching It on TV
Look up your movie in a TV guide to see if it's playing any time soon.There are many channels that play uncensored movies all day (i.e. HBO, Starz, Encore), as well as channels that occasionally play uncensored movies at night (such as TCM).
Make sure your parents aren't around and watch it.
QuestionIf my family has a Netflix account, could I create a new account, watch the movie, and then delete it?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYou could, but I wouldn't recommend it. If something goes wrong and you are unable to delete the account, then your parents would see it and you might get in even more trouble for trying to go behind their backs.Thanks!
QuestionWhat if I have the movie on my own laptop?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerIf you have the movie on your own laptop, then just watch it in a separate room with headphones. Or, watch the movie when you know that your parents will not be home.Thanks!
QuestionCan I watch Fifty Shades of Grey if I'm 13?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYou should ask your parent or guardian, as parts of the movie are inappropriate.Thanks!
QuestionCan I watch a 15 movie when I'm 11?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerAge recommendations are usually for your own benefit, however, you can watch a 15 movie at the age of 11 with your parents' permission.Thanks!
QuestionI am 10-years-old, can I watch an 18+ movie?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerIt is recommended that you don't. The 18+ rating is usually due to extreme violence, sex, drugs, and bad language. These elements are not suitable for children.Thanks!
QuestionWhat about if my parents are super strict and I want to watch a movie when they are around but it's not bad so they won't care if it's not bad? Any recommendations? (like if I was a Christian)wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYou should probably just ask them. You do not want to get caught watching something "inappropriate".Thanks!
QuestionWhat if I have siblings that would rat me out and the only way I can watch it is on the family Netflix account?Richie TozierCommunity AnswerYou could delete the movie from your account history after watching it. To do this, go to Your Account, then go to My Profile and click Viewing History, and click the X next to the movie.Thanks!
- If you're at a sleepover and your friend has the movie, ask her if you can watch it.
- Don't talk about watching movies your parents don't want you to watch around friends or relatives of your parents. They may casually pass on the knowledge to your parents, thinking you were allowed to watch it.
- Make sure no evidence remains. Password protect your computer account, delete your history if necessary, hide borrowed DVDs in backpacks, in drawers, underneath a couch, etc.
- If your parents often check your internet/computer usage, you may want to stick to the library/TV/friend methods, or just delete your history often.
- Always make sure that your parents aren't around when watching movies on a TV.
- Make sure you genuinely are ready for the movie you have selected. For example, if you have never seen a movie with a disturbing ending, you probably won't want to start with, say, Requiem for a Dream.
- Ask mom and dad to drive you to the library, rent the movie while they are not looking. Chances are your parents will be looking for books and you'll be unsupervised. Check out both the movie and a book/movie that your parents would be okay with you having. When your mom/dad asks what you got from the library, pull out that book/ movie. You should read that book or watch that movie so that your parents don't get suspicious. Then when you're alone, watch the movie that your parents don't want you to watch!
- Lying to your parents for a long time will probably weigh on your conscience, and you will probably feel at least a twinge of guilt.
- If your parents catch you, you're probably going to get in some sort of trouble, major or not. Your parents' trust of you will probably be broken.
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