Mama Mia - the most dangerous movie of the year? Britain's Maritime and Coast Guard Agency gave the fizzy ABBA musical movie two sodden thumbs down because of a scene in which four characters - three late middle-agedmen who should know better, and one nubile bride-to-be - leap joyfully off a cliff on a Greek Isle into water 10 metres below.. The MCGA called the move ' irresponsible '...Noting that this summer they have seen two broken necks among a spate of injuries by folks doing similar stunts. The film also shows sailing a yacht without benefit of lifejackets, failure to use sunscreen and dressing in skin-tight - though sexy - clothing that could restrict blood supply to vital regions. [ though not necessarily life-threatening, having to listen to 18 ABBA songs could be considered worthy of a 'restricted' label and warning not to take young children to the show ] The producers of the flick did include a disclaimer at the end of the film because a character smokes a cigar in one scene " The depictions of tobacco smoking contained in this film are based soley on artistic considerations and are not intended to promote tobacco consumption. The Us Surgeon-General has determined that there are serious health risks associated with smoking and second-hand smoke " - Well, that gets them off the hook and makes the legal department breath easier as they sit about the boardroom sipping sherry and lighting up a cubana or two..dodged a bullet there, metaphorically speaking... Seems the Incredible Hulk had the same legal mumbo jumbo because the character of General ' Thunderbolt ' Ross also was seen chomping a a stogie in some scenes. Blowing up and destroying geat swaths of America weren't advised against or standing too close to Gamma Rays didn't warrant a sticker on the machine, could have saved Banner a really bad headache and wardrobe disaster... Seems Speed Racer got slammed for showing smoking to ' impressionable youth ' without warning them of the dangers, but didn't feel moved to suggest that the public might want to rconsider gratuitous depictions of driving really really fast was for ' artistic consideration' and not an endorsement to disregard speed limits and road laws... If the bee-in-their-bonnet ' special interest groups' get their way the damn films will have warning messages taking up more space than the interminable credits that already clutter up the flicks. Still, can see a burgeoning career in ' Advisory Notice Writing for Film and TV ' forming here.