Traversing the globe I'm often amused or perplexed by the different things different cultures choose to censor from movies, television, or websites. Based on the clue, see if you can name the thing being censored.
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For the television broadcast, a famous line from this movie is changed to, "I've had it with these monkey fighting snakes on this Monday-to-Friday plane!"
Snakes on a Plane
In this film's opening scene a convict on a chain gang sings "No God, above, and Hell alone below." The line and others are removed entirely from the movie.
Several scenes of Jessica Alba swimming underwater in a bikini, presumably the entire reason this film exists at all, were cut.
Into the Blue
Will Farrell's rendition of "My Humps" sung while on a treadmill is excised from this film, along with many scenes of comic homoeroticism.
Blades of Glory
United Arab Emirates
In this film two racist central Asian men are terrified when they discover their hosts are Jewish. All references to Jews are edited out and the word "Jew" is bleeped.
In order to secure a PG-13 rating from the MPAA, an iconic line in this movie is modified to "yippee ki yay mother (gunshot)"
Live Free or Die Hard
Presumably because being raised by a woman is the worst thing imaginable in this culture, the one word that always gets censored here condemns a character in this film to be referred to simply as "Fat _______"
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me
In the original cut Marla Singer tells her lover "I want to have your abortion." The MPAA told the producers to change it to anything else. The film was re-edited at the last minute to something perhaps even more offensive.
This American satirical news TV show had an episode pulled from UK rebroadcast because it showed footage of Parliament. In response, the show created outrageously ridiculous animated segments of Parliament and the Royal wedding (animation apparently being okay)
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
In this film scenes of drug use, murder, a hooker getting chopped into little pieces at a bachelor party and people uttering every obscenity imaginable were left in tact, while Kobe Tai's boobies were cut out.
Very Bad Things
Many scenes featuring Chow Yun Fat's character Captain Sao Feng were cut from this film, reducing his total on-screen time by about half.
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
This film about a man who becomes God for a few days was banned completely on the grounds that it was blasphemous.
A bounty hunter and his companion talk with a plantation owner in his home. In the background there is a statue of two men wrestling in the nude. For the Bahraini edit, the background is replaced with a large indistinct blur.
Though the practice of blurring or pixelating women or people is actually commonplace here, it made headlines when it came out that this large furniture store chain had "photoshopped" out women completely from images in their catalogues. The company lied and said that it was done in error.
On this American-based website, extremely rude, prejudiced, and offensive comments are posted routinely and sometimes left uncensored, while comments from other users correcting the prejudicial remarks are frequently deleted.