questionsworst "edited for content" movie dub?


Kill Bill: "My names Buck, and I'm here to PARTY."


Snakes On a Plane: "I'm sick and tired of all these Mr. Fox comments on this Mr. Fox airplane"


Snakes on a Plane- "I have had it with these monkey fighting snakes on this monday- friday plane"

Smokey and the Bandit- SoB is turned into scum-bum.

Usual Suspects- "Hand me the keys you fairy godmother"


I laugh more when i hear a 'beep' sound in South Park than when I hear the unedited part later on their hosted website.


Pineapple Express: "Oh yeah mucka-lucka?!"
Matrix: "How about...I give you the flipper..." (comes complete with a no fingered fist in the air too)


The best "edited for content" dub is in the movie Step Brothers aired on FX. Instead of a bunch of characters saying "It's the F*ing Catalina Wine Mixer," they say "It's the freakin' Catalina Wine Mixer..." It doesn't seem like much, but it takes a crappy scene from an equally crappy movie and makes it hilarious...


When they aired Aliens on TV on the many occasions when characters yelled "axxhole", they cut out the axx part. I always thought calling someone a "hole" sounded worse than calling them an "axxhole", especially with the little blanked out pause, like they were looking for something suitably awful. "You ...hole!"


@wootfast: Same with The Osbournes. I have the first season and you can watch it uncensored, It's not half as funny without the beeps.


Showgirls- moving, fleshtone bras in a dance sequence. Who thought this was a good idea?


The one that always comes to mind for this is the first matrix on TBS many years ago. In the beginning of the movie when the guy goes to Neo's door and Neo hands him a disk the guys says, 'You are my personal Jesus Christ." on TBS they changed it to, "You are my personal Juvenile Delinquent." I don't think that went over too well because I have not heard it that way since.


Some of the ones in Major League crack me up.

Roger Dorn: "Let's cut through the crap, Vaughn. I only got one thing to say to you: Strike this guuuuuy out."