One more non-sequiter thread

Atticus

Kissed by Fire
#1
So I've been watching a few English films recently... Green Street Hooligans... The boondock saints...

But one thing I noticed is how often they say the F word.

Is it not a swear word in Europe like it is in America? Are those shows that drop the F word every other sentence just rated pg?
 
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CK

buried but breathing
AKA
CK, 2D, wanker
#2
if you enjoyed those movies watch rise of the footsoldier and football factory. :monster:
 

Cthulhu

Administrator
AKA
Yop
#3
Atticus said:
Is it not a swear word in Europe like it is in America?
It is, but our lobbyists aren't as influential or vocal (or present) as they are over there.

And in the States, the large Hollywood movie companies want to attract an audience that is as large as possible, so they do as much as possible to make a movie that gets as low as a rating as possible. There are however still movie makers that believe there's a certain way a story should be told, that care less about reaching twelve year olds and more about making a good movie.

And yeah, there's boobage on daytime TV around here. Pure, innocent, lightly censored (sometimes) and virgin boobage often in combination with cleaning products, but boobage nevertheless.

Oh, and Dutch movies are almost always borderline porn. No saxophone music and fading out / fading in to a couple smoking here, hard-on fucking all the way. And the people love it.
 

Atticus

Kissed by Fire
#4
if you enjoyed those movies watch rise of the footsoldier and football factory. :monster:
Rise of the footsoldier... is that a ninja turtles movie? Do they say the F word alot in that too?

And yeah, there's boobage on daytime TV around here. Pure, innocent, lightly censored (sometimes) and virgin boobage often in combination with cleaning products, but boobage nevertheless.

Oh, and Dutch movies are almost always borderline porn. No saxophone music and fading out / fading in to a couple smoking here, hard-on fucking all the way. And the people love it.
I hear dutch women are big and masculine though... nonetheless I'm going where you're at.
 
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