Sony will reportedly beÂ issuing censored – or, rather, “clean” – versions of many of its most popular filmsÂ on home video. In the past, companies like ClearPlay and VidAngel have seen fit to put together their own edited versions of theatricalÂ releases without the explicit consent. Similarly, “clean” versions of PG-13 and R rated filmsÂ have long held court on commercial airlines and broadcast TV as entertainment fit for the entire family.
For anyone who has tried to watch something like, say, a PG-13 Will Ferrell comedy a laÂ Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky BobbyÂ in censored form, the absence of crass, adult humor can be more than a little off-putting for thoseÂ familiar …
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