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Ten comedy films that have been prohibited
Anything that goes well in one state can be offensive in another. Seth Rogen's disagreement over "The Interview" was still a recent topic in the aether of popular art, for the Third World War almost began. What better moment to look back on the recent dramas that were forbidden in various parts of the world?
Laugh is one of those main characteristics that makes us feel like humans, but to decide what is funny and what is not can lead to great suspense and controversies. "against the backdrop of an global crisis." North Korea's top executive, Kim Jong-un, made a mockery of Seth Rogen's film. This mysterious Asiatic state reacted with the threat to push FORCE towards its atomic weapons stockpile.
Of course, "The Interview" will never be seen in the Pyongyang theaters. It' Seth Rogen again! 2008 the joker from Canada played in Kevin Smith's "Zack and Miri Make a Porno". It was also prohibited by the US rating committee, the MoUPA. In order to make it even more difficult, Cohen started the role in a full-length film that received the brilliant title "Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Magnificent Nation of Kazakhstan" in 2006.
Russia, as an act of sympathy with the Kazakh government's regime, also refused to free it. It was a big success in Israel, the film was prohibited in Egypt, Iran, Lebanon and almost every other Arabian state. The Simpsons Movie" was prohibited in Burma because of the yellow-skinned people. The Burmese censorship has rejected the long-awaited but very disillusioning large-screen trip for the world's most celebrated comic strip group because it prohibited the colors orange and amber.
"The film" was shot on site in Abu Dhabi, but would never be shown in the United Arab Emirates. Unfortunately, the film' s producer and actors were not brought to The Hague and convicted of crime against movies and people. UAE's National Media Council rejected a freeing because they said it did not match their "cultural values".
It is Seth McFarlane playing a chickenfuckin' rancher hidin' from a infamous outlaws. It' less Bob Hope, more Bob Hopeless. I think Seth McFarlane's 2014 Westerns, "A Million Ways to The in the West", has re-defined the term Komödie. I also find Malaysia doubtful Mr. McFarlane's work.
It was also considered appropriate to prohibit his TV programme "Family Guy" and his former film "Ted". I' m saying the Malaysian population got lucky. I' m saying. Kasdan's latest film was more interested in Apple product sales than storytelling. "was a full-length commercial for Apple product that pretended to be a movie.
Forbidden by the British BBC television station to say the name of the movie during the interview with the actors because they thought it was "too rude" to say so on the early birdie. Elsewhere, Malaysia (she again) did not like the premises, the name or the name. Bollywood painting that Pakistan forbade because of its comic use of Osama Bin Laden.
Bollywood productions you probably never even knew of were prohibited by the Pakistani government in 2010. Bin Laden hid in the land where the movie was outlawed. Pictures© of each studio.