I wish that I didn't feel sorry for Thomas A Carder. Arguably, his mission to rate films in an objective manner is laudable, and indeed I have no problem with him doing so from a Christian viewpoint. Under his classification of 'impudence/hate' he includes 'use of the most foul of the foul words' and 'uses of three/four letter word vocabulary' - which are both exquisitely twisted turns of phrase, and 'facial piercing' which I find mildly surprising.
The problem is that by adopting a clinical rating system he is removing any idea of context, and that is dangerous in my view. Although I note that he can find justification for acts in Mary Poppins that he would mark down other films for. On the one hand this may seem like double standards. On the other hand, he applies the same criteria to Scary Movie as to The Tigger Movie, which is a bold, if doomed, philosophy.