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How To Ruin A Movie 15 Feb 2001 13:18 #1226

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This is just a comment about the movies shown on television. The ones with objectional language.Hey guys, real people don't talk like that. You have a high energy tense situation and the star yells out, "Stop you flogging foxfire!", or some such silliness. I'm not against sensorship on television. But come people, lets do a more convincing job of it.
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Re: How To Ruin A Movie 15 Feb 2001 13:48 #1227

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I have to agree -- broadcast network or basic cable television always seem to be replaying movies. How do they expect to compete against the cinemas or even videocassettes / DVD's if they play such "whitewashed" goop? I recently was in a room during the USA Network's broadcast of GODFATHER. After they cut out the language, the brief nudity, and the extreme violence, they turned it into a TV movie like THE LAST DON. Here is my lone voice amidst the would-be censors: When a movie plays on television, air it the way it played in theaters!
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