Movies are rated on basis of their content, but are specific scenes/dialogue still censored from films/tv shows by the united states gubmint?
Like, is there an prganization or group that verifies every new script and then modifies it because of "errors"?
Anything would be helpful.
Yeah. You have the MPAA to give ratings to every movie, so it's likely that they also check for compromising things.
Filmmakers avoid getting censored or having ratings too "high" (by that, I mean R, NC-17, etc.) because they know their movies will be doubled-checked.
Why was it so bad bros?
>matthew mcconaughey is a star wars nerd
>he goes to cinemas alone
>dresses like a sperg
He's just like us
As all characters in a one man off broadway show
What's this guy's name again?
how was this scene shot
Out of all the duels, only 1 has been won by a green lighsaber.
People in Greece want to see Star wars with the rest of the world on December 18th, but unfortunately, like many other things, that has been taken away from us as well. Feelgood Entertainment, the distribution company, has pushed the date back to December 24th for purely nonsensical commercial reasons. Please support us by going to ther facebook page or site and messaging them about their choice. Our goal is to get them to change the date, or simply regret it.
>Once flipped his shit when someone said: "Hope Noah doesn't take out his anger on April. Sending her my prayers"
>One time stopped the stream because someone used the user name "Mexican Ghost" who said "Ooooo your brother shot me".
>Constantly tells people to stop telling him how to play, and whines about "backseat gaming"
Why is Noah so sensitive to chat?
>Sheriff Joe Arpaio believes Deputy Miles Antwiler was protecting the public when he held his service revolver near Castellanos' head and pulled the trigger, the bullet entering Castellanos' skull between his eye and his ear and lodging in his brain.
How come there is barely any shows or movies out there that cover the crusades? A 10 part mini series that covers the third crusade would be GOAT.
It's been a little hard to do one given the actual crusades that have occurred in that general region for the past 15 years.
Middle East is always in the news, people watch tv to escape that shit.
Given the influx of sci fi, I expect knights and the middle ages to come back in vogue around 2025.
What went wrong?
This looks better than all the capeshit coming out next year
Mark Hamill could get any woman he wants now
What went wrong?
>And the fate of the world is in his... paws?
>embarassed dog covers face with paw
>WHO LET THE DOGS OUT
>bow wow yippie yo yippie yay
>montage of chaotic scenes set to Ode to Joy
>COMING TO A KENNEL NEAR YOU