Bully gets cut, rated

The Weinstein Company has caved to the MPAA and edited down the documentary Bully in order to get a PG-13 rating. Unrated, uncut versions of the movie will still be shown in some theaters -- a concession from the MPAA. See more about the story here, and here. (Thanks, Xeni!)

10 Responses to “Bully gets cut, rated”

  1. Mister44 says:

    Fuck the MPAA. Bravo to Weinstein for at least trying and finding a way to bring the film to light.

  2. Brad H. says:

    This is what happens when there are no Jaggons being sucked and no Thrusher being fingered. 

  3. Surly Driver says:

    It now has three “fuck”s instead of the unedited version’s six (which is still two more fucks than usual for a PG-13 film).


  4. WillieNelsonMandela says:

    That’s good news. Hopefully more kids will get to see it now.

  5. skyhawk1 says:

    It should have been unrated from the start. This is not fiction, it is a reality kids are facing everyday.

  6. digi_owl says:

    Put it online and give the MPAA the middle finger.

  7. krische says:

    So I assume being PG-13 will make it easier for schools to play in classes as well.

  8. Daemonworks says:

    Why do people let the MPAA have any say over anything?

  9. benher says:

    Someone should make a documentary about how shitty the MPAA’s jackboot arbitration of Moo-vy Morals is to the detriment of the “art form.”… which thanks to them now needs quotes.

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