Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Sony’s movie censorship initiative is a middle finger to art

Sony is giving away clean versions of its movies, as a free extra, in a blatant cash-grab. The free part makes it sound like the company is doing us a favor; you don’t have to watch it but it’s there if you want it. That sounds great when you think of it in terms of watching Spider-Man 2 with my child. The website, Clean Versions, reveals that there are seven instances of language removed from the edited version. Awesome, now I don’t have to worry about bad language when I watch the movie with my kid right? That may sound like a…

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