The FX Network is currently airing several movies on TV that are not made for the general public. One of the films is "Snakes on a Plane," which was shown on Saturday and was edited for television.
So what happened to the famous Samuel L. Jackson line, which goes: "I've had it with these mother f*cking snakes on this mother f*cking plane"?
Well, it has been edited and to make the mouth movements match what he's saying, FX replaced the cursing with: "I've had it with these monkey fighting snakes on this Monday to Friday plane." I'm not 100% sure that's he's saying, so if someone has a better guess, let me know.
The other FX movie I wish I had the chance to catch is "The Departed," which was on last night. The editors must have had many long nights working on that one.
sleepcheap, you actually camped out for this movie? HOW f*cking bored were you?
thebreachwrites: on April 20th, 2009 at 8:49:29 PM
ya as far as "the departed" edit. they replaced the f word with "freak" and "freakin" most of the time. the sexual innuendos were quite creative though. most of the time they put in words that made no logical sense. it reminds me when they first edited "Die Hard" on tv. they had bruce willis say "yippi kiya mr. falcoln" instead. it was pretty funny
I'm, I'm sorry what the f*ck was that!!? goddam censorship bullsh*t laws ruining good things. Honest to god whoever wanted to put the Departed on should be killed because we all know they f*cked that up BIG TIME! *ssholes!