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Has Chloe Moretz turned Daily Mail writers into paedos?

by | 28th, January 2012

kick ass Has Chloe Moretz turned Daily Mail writers into paedos?WHAT does the Daily Mail think of the film Kick Ass and its young star Chloe Moretz, a talented actress on the rise?

In 2010, Christopher Tookey called it “EVIL”. It had a 15 rating:

The reason the movie is sick, as well as thick, is that it breaks one of the last cinematic taboos by making the most violent, foul-mouthed and sexually aggressive character, Hit-Girl, an 11-year-old played with enormous confidence by Chloe Moretz…The movie’s writers want us to see Hit-Girl not only as cool, but also sexy…Paedophiles are going to adore her. One of the film’s creepiest aspects is that she’s made to look as seductive as possible.. She’s fetishised…As if that isn’t exploitative enough, she’s also shown in a classic schoolgirl pose, in a short plaid-skirt with her hair in bunches, but carrying a big gun…Underage sex isn’t a laugh.

No. It isn’t. It’s very likely that watching Kick Ass will turn you into paedo. Be warned. Moretz does not have underage sex in the film, but she is a schoolgirl in a school uniform. You know, like young actresses wear on tea-time telly shows, EastEnders and Neighbours. The danger signs are clear… to Tookey. But what do other Daily Mail reporters think of Chloe Moretz? Well, many seem obsessed with her age and what she’s wearing. They seem to offer the paedo excuse: “she looked older, officer”. Of course, the Mail’s reporters are good, law-abiding, non-paedo sorts. But, as Tookey said, you need to be careful. After all, paedos “adore” Chloe Moretz:

“Classy Chloe: Teen actress Moretz, 14, looks all grown up as she steals the the show at Hugo premiere – She shot to fame playing rebellious child superhero Hit Girl in cult comic book film Kick-Ass. But Chloe Moretz has grown up a lot in the two years since the movie was released, as she showed at tonight’s premiere of new Martin Scorsese flick Hugo. The 14-year-old looked every inch the classy young lady as she posed in a flowing champagne coloured vintage Dolce & Gabbana dress in New York “- Mike Larkins, 22nd November 2011

“Growing up fast! Kick-Ass star Chloe Moretz goes for a sophisticated look joining Hayden Panettiere and other stars at the Power Of Youth awards – Forget the foul mouth child assassin she played in Kick Ass, Chloe Moretz looked every inch the sophisticated actress at an awards ceremony yesterday. Despite being just 14 Chloe pulled off a very grown up look at the Variety’s Power of Youth event in Hollywood” – Lucy Buckland, 23 October 2011

“Rather risqué for a 14-year-old? Kick Ass star Chloe Moretz sports a sheer blouse and short leather skirt at film premiere…But it seems her rising Hollywood star might have caused 14-year-old Chloe Moretz to grow up a little too fast.The young actress stepped out on the red carpet at the Toronto Film Festival last night wearing a rather risqué outfit…Chloe confidently posed for photographers in the outfit, which consisted of a sheer black polka dot blouse by Valentino, which appeared to show a type of bustier underneath” – Eleanor Gower, 12 September 2011

“14 going on 30: Chloe Moretz looks older than her young teen years as she attends the polo… Chloe Moretz is clearly no ordinary teenager – and if these pictures are anything to go by, she is growing up pretty fast. The Kick-Ass star was snapped at the polo looking older than her 14 years in a stylish but mature outfit” – Daily Mail Reporter, 19th July 2011

“All grown up! Chloe Moretz looks very ladylike and older than her 14 years as she attends Hugo screening… She looked older than her British co-star Asa Butterfield, who looked very smart in his designer suit, but despite his grown up attire, still looked years younger than Chloe, who is just two months older” – Georgina Littlejohn, 7 July 2011

Phwoar!



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