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Could The ‘Bully’ Controversy Help Avoid Future Movie Rating Debacles?

It’s easy to say you hate censorship in any, or at least most, forms. I don’t think anyone, except the most strident social moralists would explicitly endorse systematic censorship, if only because it is so very hard to agree on … Continue reading

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Who’s Afraid Of A Naked Torso?

The documentary This Film Is Not Yet Rated (2006) sets out to expose the randomness of the American film ratings system, as practiced by the MPAA. It’s a good film, because it sheds light on the power the board of … Continue reading

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