Hi there! So, with all the backlash about the language and humor of ROTF, especially in the parenting world, there could be a huge negative effect on TF3, as in parents "not making the same mistake twice". Yes, ROTF was rated PG-13, but let's face it, they really pushed it and could have ended up with much more positive word of mouth had most of it been left out. So, going into TF3, it's already obvious they have a bit of an apologetic attitude, but they really need to get that message across, especially to those with the kids that wanted to see it, but too young for the potty mouth etc. The obvious answer to get the message across to parents is this: make it PG. Oh...what's that you say? The average person will dismiss it if it's PG? It won't seem as "cool"? Ticket sales will suffer because of a more kiddy image due to the PG rating? I have one thing to say to you: Pixar. You can have a little class, make it PG, and it can still be an awesome adventure that we can ALL enjoy. Just think of what Pixar can do with a little taste. I'm not saying make it childish, but I think a step back would be nice for the kids that want to love a TF movie.