Feature Films for Families, or FFFF, is a privately held entertainment company based in the United States. The founder of the company believes that R-rated movies have a negative impact on society, and these movies seem to be his way of trying to change all that. While many of the company's employees belong to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons), the company itself makes no claim of any religious affiliation. The company is very popular with conservative Christian families.
These movies would often be very different from one another with regard to plots, but they have several similarities:
- Reinforce traditional family values and morality.
- Be suitable for all ages.
- Contain no profanity, sexuality, violence, or vulgarity.
Films produced by Feature Films for Families:
- Behind the Waterfall
- The ButterCream Gang
- In Your Wildest Dreams
- No More Baths
- Picture Perfect
- The Retrievers
- Split Infinity
- The Velveteen Rabbit
- The Princess and the Pea
Additionally, FFFF also distributed several English dubs of animated films (usually produced in Eastern Europe); such as:
All the films are known for these tropes:
- Bowdlerise: In addition to creating their own films, FFF also released a few Hollywood titles with edited content, such as SpaceCamp, which had its swearing censored.
- Bittersweet Ending: Many (though not all) of the films have ending that are mostly happy, though with some bitterness in them.
- Children Are Innocent: Often, though occasionally subverted.
- Coming of Age Story
- The Cutie: Always count on at least one showing up.
- Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: In most of the films, the villains are often selfish, greedy, agressive, or all of these things. Which often leaves them confounded when the heroes are not.
- Good Feels Good
- Good Parents
- Heel–Face Turn: The majority of the films have at least one villain reform before the end credits.
- My Beloved Smother
- Rousseau Was Right
- Scenery Porn