7 prohibited comedies
• 7 prohibited comedies
Laughter can not only be the best medicine, as in the saying, but sometimes the offense. Not so long ago there was a scandal around the film Seth Rogen "Interview" in which American heroes are sent to North Korea to destroy the president. Sony Studio subjected to hacker attacks and threats, and the US boycotted the movie theaters. But, despite this, he went out and in a limited box office, and on the Internet, becoming one of the most successful digital release. "Titer" says another seven comedies, which can be found not in every country.
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1. "Zack and Miri Make a Porno"
Again, Seth Rogen. Kevin Smith's comedy with Rogen in the title role was banned in Utah theater network as being too obscene and unsuitable for a conservative and religious audiences. The poster was also prohibited, as seemed too provocative, despite the fact that the film - a simple romantic comedy.
TV presenter from Kazakhstan Borat (Sacha Baron Cohen) is sent to the US to make a report on "the greatest country." The film, of course, has been banned in Kazakhstan and in solidarity with the friendly state in Russia it is also not shown in theaters.
3. "Do not Mess with Zohanom!"
The anti-terrorist Israeli Zohan during the capture of the criminal fakes his own death in order to move to New York and work there hairdresser. The film was a great success in Israel and has been banned in Egypt, Iran, Lebanon and other Arab countries.
4. "The Simpsons Movie"
Of course, "The Simpsons" - a bold cartoon and should go in theaters with age-restriction, but prohibit its seemingly no reason. Burmese censors thought otherwise, and banned the film, as there are too many bright yellow and red colors.
5. "A Million Ways to Die in the West"
In comedy, Seth MacFarlane plays the cowardly farmer sheep farmers, which takes the girl because he refused to fight a duel. Soon, he meets a mysterious beauty, which helps him become brave. Malaysia is not only considered unfunny film, but also banned. Now they are going to ban even "Family Guy" and "Ted."
6. "Without Laden"
Bollywood masterpiece, in which the protagonist had little resemblance to the one of the most notorious terrorists. The film in 2010 was banned in Pakistan, and the irony is that this is where the terrorist was hiding at this time.
7. "District №9"
In the film "District №9" aliens come to Earth refugees from another planet. To fence them from the people who make the decision to give them a temporary camp in the southern African region. The film was banned in Nigeria, as Nigerians were depicted in it as cannibals and criminals. Nigeria also demanded an apology for this film.