Do You Like Censored Movies?

United States
September 21, 2006 5:26pm CST
I usually don't watch movies on TV, not only because they usually are cut to fit the time block, but also because they are often cut for content reasons. Why would I watch a movie that has been butchered when I can go get the DVD? Do you watch bowdlerized movies?
6 responses
• United States
2 Oct 06
I prefer not to watch movies on tv. I have about 500 dvds so anything on tv thats worth watching I own
6 Oct 06
Quite a large collection!
• United States
6 Oct 06
My fiance and I are addicted to buying dvds. It's like our thing.
6 Oct 06
Films with something missing were spotted all the time a few years ago in England. I don't see so many with content missing these days.
• United States
10 Oct 06
Do you mean they were sold with missing parts? That's even worse and more fraudulent! At least if they're censored, they should be labeled as such -- mutilated would be a better term sometimes, depending on how much was cut.
@ssh123 (31100)
• India
2 Oct 06
You are right. But then going to theatres with family is an expensive affair and it is not worth. So I stopped going to theatres to watch movie 10 years ago. Presently, the cost factor is like this: One single ticket $1 x 3 persons = 3$ Transport cost (petrol for car) = 2$ Snacks at the theatre = 4$ Dinner after cinema show 5$ If you watch a movie at home, it hardly costs anything.
@HomerBundy (1327)
• United States
2 Oct 06
cencored for TV movies are horrible...the commercials kill the suspense and the dubbed words to cover up cursing is laughable...only thing movies on TV get me to do is either rent the movie, or buy it...
• United States
2 Oct 06
I prefer not to watch movies on tv. I have about 500 dvds so anything on tv thats worth watching I own
@Aali311 (6127)
• United States
1 Oct 06
I don't watch a movie if it's censored what's the use, it's not the real thing.