Hollywood Liberals Conspire To Give R Rating To Children's Film About Andrew Breitbart
Sorry, kids, but Pixar's newest release, Hating Breitbart, will be rated R, so you will have to either sneak in with fake IDs or wait for it to appear on Encore in, oh, three months. The Daily Caller smells a conspiracy!
Producers of the biographical documentary “Hating Breitbart” got news last week that their film received an “R” rating from the Motion Picture Association of America. And with that move official Hollywood, long the preserve of liberal culture warriors, has had what appears to be the last laugh on the late Andrew Breitbart.
Oh, yes, the MPAA, that sterling bastion of cultural libertines. (Ask Kevin Smith about getting an NC-17 for language, right after he finishes his guest post at Pajamas Media.)
“There’s no nudity, there’s no sex,” [director Andrew] Marcus said. “Just the occasional f-word.”
“If anything the ‘R’ rating should be a result of the gutter behavior of the Congressional Black Caucus and their enablers in the progressive institutional left media,” Marcus added in a later email. “The hatred aimed at Andrew and the tea party was pornographic!”
Yes! The CBC pulled out their meaty black dongs and busted hate-nuts all over Andrew Breitbart's face! And this film depicts that!
...And it only got an R? Lucky.
Marcus goes on to call the MPAA censorship, just like every liberal director in Hollywood ever, and goes on to compare the movie to The Social Network, which is probably a terrible idea unless Breitbart is being portrayed by Justin Timberlake.
“It does seem strange that a film like The Social Network, which reportedly has more than one use of the ‘F’ word, and partial nudity with strong sexual suggestion, and depictions of drug use including bong hits, gets a PG-13 but hating Breitbart gets an ‘R’ for four uses of the F-word,” Marcus said in an email to TheDC. “After all, The Social Network was scripted and they chose to put in all those elements. … Our depictions are not scripted and simply reflect the reality of Andrew’s vernacular.”
I don't really understand why using "fuck" multiple times gets you out of a rating because it actually happened; by that standard sex tapes should be be G-rated and shown on Nickelodeon. Which would actually still not be as interesting as Phineas and Ferb. LOVE that fucking show.
Marcus told TheDC that a significant anticipated audience for his film, religious and social conservatives, would be turned off by an R-rated movie that would otherwise reinforce their core beliefs.
“They just won’t organize groups to go see it,” he said.
If you would go see the exact same movie with the exact same number of "fucks" in it if the movie were PG-13, a word of advice to you: get the fuck over your fucking self, you fucking fucks.