I was reading Roger Ebert's latest installment of the Movie Answer Man, and saw this item: I can't believe these words are coming from my fingers, but I agree 100% with Mr. Valenti. This is a HORRIBLE idea. IMO, it's just another way for lazy parents to avoid one more of their parental responsibilities. What really raises my hackles is that this comes two days after I watched a very brutally violent R-rated film, The Punisher, with several children in the audience. No, I'm not talking about teenagers who snuck in. I'm talking children. One father brought in 3 boys who were in the 8-10 range. Another couple brought in a boy about that age and a girl who looked to be about 6. She watched the carnage sitting on her Daddy's knee. This film featured an entire extended family (wife, young son, grandparents, and assorted aunts, uncles & cousins) being murdered on screen, in addition to various other extremely vicious fights, beatings, maimings & killings. Although it is a "comic book" movie, all of this mayhem was presented in a fairly realistic manner. There were none of the usual cues (costumed heroes & villains, etc.) to tell viewers it's a fantasy universe. There's no way children this young should be exposed to this material. And now, we have the brilliant plan to sell these cards, which means these youngsters will be able to see this and any other R-Rated film on their own. Am I the only one who thinks all of this is lunacy?