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This is a list of movies that have been censored.

ChinaEdit

  • Babel- Nudity was removed from the movie.
  • Casino Royale- The movie was censored for the Chinese release.
  • Deadpool- The movie was banned due to nudity, graphic violence and strong language.
  • Ghost Busters (2016)- The movie was banned due to it's supernatural elements.
  • Infernal Affairs- The movie was made more family friendly.
  • Iron Man 2- The words "Russia" and "Russian" were muted for the Chinese release.
  • Logan- Violence was toned down and nudity was removed.
  • Red Dawn (2012)- The movie was banned.
  • Skyfall- Violence was toned down.
  • Titanic- Nudity was removed from the movie.
  • Top Gun 3D- The movie was banned due to it showing "US military dominance".
  • World War Z- The movie was banned due to the movie having zombies.

UKEdit

  • 101 Dalmatians (live-action)- Due to the movie targeting a U rating the word "bloody" was changed to "blinkin".
  • Aadupuliyattam- Due to the movie targeting a 12A rating, strong violence and horror was removed.
  • Aarambam- Due to the movie targeting a 12A rating, strong violence was removed.
  • ABCD: American-Born Confused Desi- Due to the movie targeting a 12A rating, some strong language was removed.
  • Absolutely Anything- Due to the movie targeting a 12A rating, some strong language was removed.
  • A Christmas Story (2016)- Due to the movie targeting a U rating, discriminatory language was removed.
  • Agent Cody Banks- Due to the movie targeting a 12A rating the scene that shows a double ear clap was cut.
  • A Good Day to Die Hard- Due to the movie targeting a 12A rating violence was toned down, blood was removed and some strong language was removed.
  • A Hard Day's Night Due to the movie targeting a U rating the words "Get knotted" was cut.
  • A View to a Kill- Due to the movie targeting a PG rating, violence and sexuality was toned down.
  • Baaghi- Due to the movie targeting a 12A rating, some strong violence was cut.
  • Babylon 5: Messages from Earth- Due to the movie targeting a PG rating, a scene of man wielding chainsticks was cut.
  • Batman Returns- Due to the movie targeting a 12A rating, violence was toned down and reckless behavior was cut.
  • Battle on the Beach - Due to the movie targeting a U rating the movie was censored.
  • Bad Man's River- Due to the movie targeting a PG rating it was censored.
  • Bare Behind Bars- Due to the movie targeting a 18 rating, sexuality was toned down.
  • Beerfest- Due to the movie targeting a 15 rating, sexuality was toned down.
  • Big- Due to the movie targeting a PG rating, strong language was removed.
  • Billy Madison- Due to the movie targeting a PG rating, strong language and some violence was removed.
  • Batman Forever- In order to get the PG rating violence was toned down.
  • Can't Buy Me Love- Due to the movie targeting a PG rating it was censored.
  • Captain Sabertooth and the Treasure of Lama Rama- Due to the movie targeting a PG rating, strong language was removed.
  • Casino Royale-Due to the movie targeting a 12A rating, violence was toned down.
  • Dilwale- Some strong violence cut to receive a 12A rating.
  • Diamonds Are Forever- Due to it targeting a PG strong language was removed, sexuality was toned down.
  • Dr. No- Due to the movie targeting a PG rating, violence and sexuality was toned down.
  • Eraser- Due to the movie targeting a 15 rating it was censored.
  • From Russia with Love- Due to the movie targeting a PG rating, nudity and sexual dialogue was removed and violence was toned down.
  • GoldFinger- Due to the movie targeting a PG rating, violence and sexuality was toned down.
  • GoldenEye - Due to the movie targeting a 12 rating, violence was toned down.
  • Horns- Due to the movie targeting a 15 rating, sexual violence and strong graphic violence were removed from the film.
  • Howard the Duck- A comic scene involving condoms as well as a shot of a tongue in a cigarette lighter socket were cut on theatrical and VHS release for a PG rating. A later DVD was cut more heavily for unknown reasons; finally, the film was released uncut on DVD in 2008 with a 12 rating.
  • Indian and Jones The Temple of Doom- In order to get a PG rating violence was toned down.
  • I'm a Porn Star- Scenes of explicit pornography cut to receive an 18 rating, rather than the R18 sex shop category.
  • Jack Reacher- Due to the movie targeting a 12A rating violence was toned down.
  • Jingle All The Way- A comic scene involving nunchakus was cut for a PG rating.
  • John Wick 2- Some blood was removed from a suicide scene in order to get a 15 rating.
  • Justin Bieber's Believe- Two uses of strong language were completely obscured to receive a PG rating.
  • Lara Croft: Tomb Raider- Post-production advice led to the removal of a headbutt and other violence during a fight scene for a 12 rating. In the completed version of the film, "glamorized" images of a flick knife were cut for a 12 rating.
  • Lawman- Violence was toned down.
  • Licence to Kill- Due to the movie targeting a 15 rating the BBFC censored it, violence wa toned down.
  • Maid in Japan- Scenes in which semen is visible as well as unsimulated oral sex were cut to receive an 18 rating, rather than the R18 sex shop category.
  • Manithan- Brief images of bloodied bodies were cut for a 12A rating.
  • Marmaduke- A single use of the word 'spaz' was removed in order to receive a U classification as opposed to a 12A.
  • Massacre in Dinosaur Valley- A scene showing a cock fight was cut in order to receive a 18 rating.
  • Milk the Maid- Explicit real sex removed in order to receive an 18 rating, rather than the R18 sex shop category.
  • Monty Python and the Holy Grail- The initial theatrical release was cut for an A certificate, removing some sexual references and uses of 'Jesus Christ' as an exclamation.
  • Mrs. Doubtfire- A sequence of a chain of moderate sex references was removed on theatrical and video release for years in order for the film to receive a PG rating. The film was released uncut with a 12 rating in 2012.
  • My Best Friend's Wedding- A single sexual use of the word 'f***' removed in order to receive a 12 rating.
  • My Dog the Champion- A single use of the word 'spastic' removed in order to receive a U rating.
  • Mystery Men- Besides a compulsory ear-clap cut, the sound of a headbutt was removed on home video to receive a PG rating.
  • Night of the Grizzly- Cut for a U rating on 1966 theatrical release. Released uncut with a PG on home video in 1987.
  • Octopussy- Due to the movie targeting a PG rating nudity was censored.
  • On Her Majesty's Secret Service- Sexuality was toned down in order to get a PG rating.
  • Open Season 2- A single use of 'spaz' was removed to receive a PG rating.
  • Other Blokes' Wives 2- Shots of labia removed in order to receive an 18 rating, rather than the R18 sex shop category.
  • Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2- A moment of moderate violence and two sequences of weapons display (knives) were cut to obtain a PG. There is no UK uncut version released.
  • Pixiwoo Presents: Hollywood Icons- Some strong sex references removed in order to receive a 12 rating.
  • Prince of Darkness- A 15-rated version released on home video removes some strong violence. Rereleased on DVD uncut with the same 15 rating.
  • Pudsey the Dog: The Movie- A single use of 'bugger' was cut to receive a U rating.
  • Sammy's Great Escape- A single use of mild bad language was cut to receive a U rating.
  • Secondhand Lions- Shots of flick knives removed from theatrical release to receive a PG. Released uncut on home video with a 12.
  • Short Circuit 2- A scene of nunchaku use and two uses of strong language were removed in order to receive a PG on VHS. The most recent UK DVD release restores the nunchaku use but still has the strong language removed with a PG rating.
  • Specter- Due to the movie targeting a 12a rating violence was toned down.
  • Spiderman 2- Due to the movie targeting a PG rating violence was toned down.
  • Step Up 4 - Miami Heat: A partially obscured use of 'motherf***er' and an aggressive use of 'bitch' were removed to receive a PG.
  • Stick It- A partial use of strong language from a song lyric was removed to receive a PG rating.
  • Taken- Due to the movie targeting a 12A rating, violence was toned down and blood was removed.
  • Taken 2- Due to the movie targeting a 12A rating, violence was toned down.
  • Ted- Released in an edited PG-12 version in some theaters, presumably removing some crude language/sexual humor.
  • Ted 2- Released in an edited PG-12 version in some theaters, presumably removing some crude language/sexual humor.
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990)- Violence was toned down, some weapons were removed from the film and the word ninjas was removed form the movies.
  • The Cockwell Inn- Due to the movie targeting a 18 rating, sexuality was toned down.
  • The DUFF- A scene with strong sex references was removed from the theatrical release in order to receive a 12A. Remained cut on home video.
  • The Count of Monte Cristo (2002)- Due to the movie targeting a PG rating, violence was toned down.
  • The Expendables- The impact of a man being stabbed in the throat was cut for theatrical and DVD release to receive a 15 rating. Released uncut on Blu-Ray with an 18 rating.
  • The Heartbreak Kid- A brief scene in which a donkey's erect penis is close to a woman was cut to receive a 15 rating on theatrical and DVD release. Released uncut on HD-DVD with an 18 rating.
  • The Hunger Games- The movie was censored in order to get a A12 rating, as a result blood was digitally removed and violence was toned down.
  • The River (1984)- Cut by 10 seconds for a PG rating upon theatrical release. All home video releases are uncut with a 15 rating.
  • The Secret Life of Walter Mitty- When seen in an advisory screening, the BBFC informed the distributor that sight of a nude pinup and a fight scene would earn the film a 12A. The film was re-edited to receive a PG - this edited version was released worldwide as a result.
  • Thunderball- The movie was censored in order to get an A rating, sexuality was toned down.
  • The Wings of Honneamise- A scene of attempted rape was removed to receive a PG. Was released uncut on home video in 2015 with a 15 rating.
  • The Witches- Cut for a PG upon original release in 1990 to shorten some scenes which were considered particularly frightening to young audiences. Released uncut on home video with the same rating in 2000.
  • Thirunaal- Some strong bloody violence was cut to receive a 12A.
  • Tomorrow Never Dies - In order to get a 12 rating violence was toned down and nudity was censored.
  • Twister- A use of strong language was removed in order to receive a PG.

IndiaEdit

  • A History of Violence- In order to get released in India it was censored.
  • Avengers Age of Altron- The words ass and shit were muted.
  • Atomic Blonde- Due to the movie targeting a A rating it was censored, Alcohol lables were blurred, any scene that showed nudity was cut, the words "Cock", "Cock Sucker", "Bastard", "my balls,"Prick", "Bitch" and "stoli" were muted.
  • Basic Instinct- Due to the movie targeting a U/A rating, strong sexual content, graphic violence and some language was cut.
  • Batman vs Superman- Nudity was censored.
  • Baywatch- Due to the movie targeting a A rating, sexuality was toned down, and language was muted
  • Borat- Due to the movie targeting a U/A rating it was censored.
  • Bridesmaids- Due to the movie targeting a U/A rating it was censored.
  • Clerks- Due to the movie targeting a U rating, profanity was muted.
  • Cruel Intentions- Due to the movie targeting a U/A rating, strong sexual content and some language was cut.
  • Deadpool- Swear words were muted, sex scenes were cut, nudity was cut, violence was toned down.
  • Jack Reacher Never Go Back- Swear words were muted.
  • Logan- Nudity was cut.
  • One Missed Call (English edition)- Due to the movie targeting a U/A cut it was censored.
  • Secretary- Due to the movie targeting a U/A rating, sexual content and violence was toned down.
  • Specter- The Kiss scene was cut.
  • Suicide Squad- The words Son of a Bitch, Ass, Pussy, Dickhead, Crotch and Asshole were muted.
  • The Arugmentative Indian- In order to be relased in India, the words Cow, Hindu India, Hindutva and Gujarat were muted.
  • The Hangover- Due to the movie targeting a U/A rating it was censored.
  • The Girl with the Dragon- the CBFC wanted to cut scenes that showed rape, sex and torture.
  • The Pink Mirror- It was banned due to it being vulgar and offensive.
  • The Sweetest Thing- Due to the rating targeting a U rating, it was censored.
  • Wonder Woman (2017)- Due to the movie targeting a U/A rating sexuality was toned down.
  • X-Men: Days of Future Past- Nudity was removed from the flim.

JapanEdit

  • Antichrist - Released in an edited R15+ version in some theaters, presumably cutting some extreme gore and graphic sex.
  • Blue is the Warmest Color - Released in an edited R15+ version in some theaters, presumably cutting the graphic sex.
  • Carrie (2013) - Released in an edited PG-12 version in some theaters, presumably removing some strong violence.
  • Chappie - Some graphic violence removed in order to receive a PG-12 rating.
  • Deadpool- Due to the movie targeting a R15+ rating, graphic nudity was blurred.
  • Dogtooth - Released in an edited R15+ version in some theaters.
  • Fifty Shades of Grey - Released in an edited R15+ version in some theaters which cut all explicit shots of bare breasts/genitals.
  • The Hangover Part II - Released in an edited R15+ version in some theaters.
  • The Kids Are All Right - Released in an edited R15+ version in theaters. Released uncensored with an R18+ on DVD.
  • Lovelace - Released in an edited R15+ version in some theaters, presumably cutting the graphic sex.
  • Savages - Released in an edited R15+ version in some theaters.
  • Ted - Released in an edited PG-12 version in some theaters, presumably removing some crude language/sexual humor.
  • The Wolf of Wall Street - Released in an edited R15+ version in some theaters, presumably cutting graphic sex and drug use.
  • Zombie 108 - Released in an edited R15+ version in some theaters.

FinlandEdit

  • Bad Lieutenant - Heavily cut for a K-16 rating on a 1994 release.
  • The Boondock Saints - Cut for a K-16 rating on a VHS release in 2000.
  • Cut! - Cut for a K-16 rating on theatrical release in 1971.
  • Cut and Run - Cut for a K-16 rating on VHS. Released uncut with a K-18 on DVD.
  • Darkman - Cut for a K-16 rating on home video release in 1991. Released uncut with a K-15 in 2003.
  • The Fall of the Roman Empire - Cut for a K-12 rating on theatrical rerelease in 1973. Modern releases are uncut with the same K-12 rating.
  • Fire Down Below - Cut for a K-16 rating on a VHS release in 1997. Released uncut on DVD with a K-18 in 2001.
  • Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer - Cut for a K-16 rating on a VHS release in 1998. Released uncut with a K-18 rating in 2001.
  • Highlander II: The Quickening - Cut for a K-16 rating on a 1991 release after initially being rated uncut with a K-18. Released uncut again with the same K-16 rating in 1998.
  • The New York Ripper - Heavily cut for a K-16 rating on home video release in 1989. Released uncut with a K-18 in 2007.
  • The Punisher - Heavily cut for a K-16 rating on releases in both 1990 and 1995. Released uncut with a K-18 in 2006.
  • Rambo: First Blood Part II - Cut for a K-16 rating on home video release in 1989. Released uncut with a K-15/13 rating in 2001.

GermanyEdit

  • Casino Royale- In order to get a FSK-12 rating violence was toned down.
  • Cats & Dogs - Originally released in theaters with a 12 rating. Some violence was cut on home video in order to receive a 6 rating. No uncut release available.
  • Con Air - Released cut with a 16 rating on some VHS/DVD releases. A separate uncut VHS/DVD release is available with an 18 rating.
  • Crank: High Voltage - Heavily cut for a 16 rating on DVD. A separate 18-rated DVD is available, however not even this release is fully uncut.
  • Daredevil - Cut for a 12 rating upon theatrical release.
  • Dead Alive - Heavily cut for a 16 rating on DVD. This version was made with further cuts from the 85-minute R-rated MPAA cut, taking it down to 80 minutes.
  • The Evil Dead - Heavily cut for a 16 rating on DVD.
  • Gamer - Heavily cut for a 16 rating upon theatrical release.
  • Hulk - Cut for a 12 rating upon theatrical release.
  • Iron Man - Cut for a 12 rating upon theatrical release by four minutes, however this proved unnecessary when an uncut home video release managed to get a 12 rating.
  • Jack the Giant Slayer - Scenes that showed death and graphic violence were cut.
  • The Last Boy Scout - Released with heavy cuts for graphic violence on rental VHS and all DVDs for a 16 rating. An uncut version was only released on VHS with an 18 rating.
  • Maleficent - Cut for a 6 rating upon theatrical release. Remained cut on DVD, however was released uncut with a 12 rating on Blu-Ray.
  • Predator 2 - Cut for a 16 rating on DVD. Separate uncut 18-rated DVD and Blu-Ray available.
  • Saw III - A heavily cut version (cut by 21 minutes) was rated 16. A less-cut version on home video is rated 18, while a completely uncut version was placed on the SPIO/JK index.
  • Scarface - Graphic violence and language cut/removed for a 16 rating in West Germany.
  • Sleepy Hollow - Cut for a 12 rating upon theatrical release.
  • Snake in the Eagle's Shadow - Cut for a 12 rating upon theatrical release and on VHS; oddly enough, when the film was rereleased in a 16-rated DVD collection, it had been cut even further.
  • Spring Breakers - Cut for a 16 rating upon theatrical release.
  • Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie - Cut for a 16 rating on VHS.
  • The Terminator - Released heavily cut with a 16 rating for VHS/DVD releases before 2010. In 2010, the uncut version of the film was reclassified with the same 16 rating.
  • Virtuosity - Heavily cut for a 16 rating upon theatrical release. Rerated uncut in 2013 with the same rating.
  • Wedlock - Cut for a 16 rating on theatrical and home video release.
  • The Woman in Black - Cut for a 12 rating upon theatrical release.
  • X-Men Origins: Wolverine - A couple being doused with gasoline was cut for a 16 rating upon theatrical release. The uncut version was released with the same 16 rating on home video.

ItalyEdit

  • Conan the Barbarian (1982) - Cut for a T rating on a release in 1991. Uncut version classified VM14.
  • Dr. No- Violence was toned down.
  • Last Tango in Paris - Cut for a VM14 rating on a release in 1988. Uncut version classified VM18.

SingaporeEdit

  • 8MM - Released heavily cut for a PG rating on original release. A less cut release was rated PG13. Uncut version classified R21.
  • Along Came Polly - Cut for a PG rating on at least one release. Uncut version classified NC-16.
  • Anyone for Sex? - Cut for a PG rating on VHS release. No uncut version as of this writing.
  • Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery - Cut for a PG rating on original release. Uncut version classified NC-16.
  • Basic Instinct - Heavily cut for a PG rating on at least one release. Uncut version classified R21.
  • Black Swan - Cut for an M18 rating on original release. No uncut release as of this writing.
  • Blue Gender: The Warrior - Cut for a PG rating on home video. No uncut release as of this writing.
  • Braveheart - Cut for a PG rating on at least one release. Uncut version classified M18.
  • Cowboy Bebop: The Movie - Cut for a PG rating on theatrical release. Uncut version classified NC-16.
  • Date Night - Cut for a PG rating on at least one release. Uncut version classified NC-16.
  • Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story - Cut for a PG rating on at least one release. Uncut version classified M18.
  • The Fast and the Furious - Cut for a PG rating on at least one release. Uncut version classified NC-16.
  • From Hell - Cut for a PG rating on at least one release. Uncut version classified M18.
  • Girl, Interrupted - Cut for a PG rating on at least one release. Uncut version classified NC-16.
  • Good Will Hunting - Cut for a PG rating on at least one release. Uncut version classified NC-16.
  • Hannibal - Cut for a PG rating on original release. Uncut version classified M18.
  • Hollow Man - Cut for a PG rating on at least one release. Uncut version classified M18.
  • Little Nicky - Cut for a PG rating on at least one release. Uncut version classified NC-16.
  • The Loss of Sexual Innocence - Cut for a PG rating on VHS release. No uncut release as of this writing.
  • Macross the Movie: The Super Dimension Fortress - Cut for a PG rating on original release. No uncut version as of this writing.
  • My Wife is a Gangster 3 - Cut for a PG rating on at least one release. Uncut version classified NC-16.
  • Perfect Blue - Cut for a PG rating on VHS release. Uncut version classified R21.
  • Scent for a Woman - Cut for a PG rating on at least one release. Uncut version classified NC-16.
  • Space Adventure Cobra: The Movie - Cut for a PG rating on VHS release. No uncut version as of this writing.
  • The Simpsons Movie - Cut for a PG rating on at least one release. Uncut version classified NC-16.
  • There's Something About Mary - Cut for a PG rating on original release. Uncut version classified NC-16.
  • Titanic - Cut for a PG rating on at least one release. Uncut version classified NC-16.
  • Troy - Cut for a PG rating on at least one release. Uncut version classified NC-16.
  • Videodrome - Cut for a PG rating on original release. No uncut version as of this writing.
  • Water for Elephants - Cut for a PG rating on at least one release. Uncut version classified NC-16.

USAEdit

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MoviesEdit

  • 31 - Due to the movie targeting a R rating it was censored.
  • The Avengers - Due to the movie targeting a PG-13 rating, violence was toned down.
  • A Clockwork Orange - Due to the movie targeting a R rating, sexuality was toned down.
  • Addicted - Some sexual content was removed. Those scenes were added back into the movie in the extended edition.
  • A Dirty Shame - Due to the movie targeting a R rating it was heavly censored
  • Alexander - Due to the movie being to long some scenes were cut.
  • Aliens vs Predator Requiem - Some violence was removed from the flim.
  • American Pie - Due to the movie targeting a R rating, sexuality was toned down.
  • American Pie 2 - Due to the movie targeting a R rating, sexuality was toned down and nudity was removed from the film.
  • American Pie American Wedding - Due to the movie targeting a R rating, nudity and strong language was removed from the film.
  • American Pie Presents Band Camp - Due to the movie targeting a R raing, nudity was removed from the film.
  • American Pie Presents Beta House - Due to the movie targeting a R rating, nudity was removed from the film.
  • American Pie Presents: The Book of Love - Due to the movie targeting a R rating, sexuality was toned down.
  • American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile - Due to the movie targeting a R rating. nudity was removed from the film and sexulity was toned down.
  • American Reunion - Due to the movie targeting a R rating, nudity was removed from the film, sexuality was toned down, and strong language was removed from the film.
  • American Psycho - Due to the movie targeting a R rating, scenes that showed extreme violence and explicit sex was removed from the film.
  • America the Beautiful- Due to the movie targeting a PG-13 rating, strong language was removed from the film anf sexuality was toned down.
  • Amityville: The Awakening- Originally rated R for "strong horror violence and for language", re-edited to receive a PG-13.
  • Anchorman 2: The Legend- Some sexual humor was cut, this was done so the flim would be rated PG-13 rating. Rereleased in theaters with an R rating after initial failure; this R-rated version is also available on home video.
  • A-Team- Due to the movie targeting a PG-13 rating, strong language was removed.
  • Avatar- Due to the movie being to long certain scenes were cut in order to reduce to movie's runtime.
  • Babyon A.D- Some language was removed, any mentions of death were cut and some of the violence was cut in order to get a PG-13 rating, The DVD is unrated and adds these scenes back into the movie.
  • Bad Moon - An opening intercut of sex and violence was edited to avoid an NC-17.
  • Bad Santa - Nudity and strong language was removed from the theatical cut, the unrated DVD adds those scenes back into the movie.
  • Basic Instinct - Particularly explicit scenes re-edited with different angles to avoid an NC-17. Unrated edition released on home video.
  • Dawn of Justice: Batman vs. Superman- Due to the movie targeting a PG-13 rating, violence was toned down and blood was digitally removed .
  • Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker- Due to the movie targeting a PG raitng, violence was tonned down and blood was digitally removed.
  • Black & White - Some strong sexual content cut to receive an R rating.
  • Bob the Butler - A scene of partial nudity and some sexual humor removed to get a PG rating.
  • Body of Evidence - Graphic sex scenes were toned down/removed to avoid an NC-17 rating. Unrated version released on home video.
  • Breaking the Rules - Originally received an R rating; re-edited for a PG-13.
  • Bully - Scene involving a bully harassing a child and using multiple F-words edited to avoid an R rating.
  • Caligula -Was censored in order to get a R rating, nudity was censored.
  • Casino Royale- In order to get a PG-13 rating violence was toned down.
  • Cowboys vs Aliens- Some scenes were cut due to the studio wanting to reduce the entire. These scenes were latter added back into the Extended Edition.
  • Daredevil -The studio censored the film in order to make it get the more family friendly PG-13 rating. The violence was toned down in order to avoid the R rating, it latter got a R rated director's cut.
  • Dawn of the Dead- Nudity was censored.
  • Dead Alive - Heavily cut from 97 minutes to 85 minutes, removing extreme violence to avoid an NC-17. Unrated edition released on home video.
  • Die Another Day- Sexuality was toned down in order to get a PG-13 rating.
  • Dream House - Some graphic violence removed to receive a PG-13 rating.
  • Dr. No- Violence was toned down.
  • Elektra - Due to 20th Century Fox wanting to reduce the runtime and the movie targeting a PG-13 rating, some scenes were cut. Those scenes were cut due to it increasing the runtime and due to violence.
  • Equals - Due to the movie targeting a PG-13 rating, nudity was removed from the film.
  • Ever After: A Cinderella Story - A PG-rated version on VHS removed a few uses of the F-word that earned the original a PG-13 for "momentary strong language". Released uncut on DVD.
  • Eyes Wide Shut - Shots of explicit sex covered by digitally added figures to avoid an NC-17. Unrated edition released on home video.
  • Fantastic Four - Some dilalogue was removed from the flim due to the runtime.
  • Fast and Furious 6 - The violence was tonned down.
  • Fast Times at Ridgemont High - Male frontal nudity was removed from a sex scene in order to avoid an X.
  • Footloose(1984) - Re-edited to receive a PG rating, removing an F-word and a shot of male frontal nudity.
  • Freddy Got Fingered - Due to the movie targeting a PG rating it was censored.
  • Freeway- Due to the movie targeting a R rating, sexuality was toned down.
  • Ghost Rider - Due to Sony wanting to reduce the runtime, the movie was censored.
  • Ghostbusters - Strong language was removed from the flim in order to get a PG-13 rating, these scenes are added back into the movie in the exteened edition.
  • Ghost Writer - Strong language was removed from the flim in order to get a PG-13 rating.
  • G.I Joe Retaliation - Due to the movie targeting a PG-13 rating, violence was toned down.
  • Girl Next Door - Nudity and language were cut, sexual situations were reduced in order to get a R rating. The unrated DVD adds these scenes back into the movie.
  • Green Lantern - Some language and character development was cut out of the flim.
  • Gummo - Scene of a young child huffing removed to receive an R rating.
  • Hancock - Re-edited to receive a PG-13 rating; the unrated version released on home video shows that these edits were likely removing a comic sex scene and an additional use of the F-word.
  • Ichi the Killer - A number of very violent and sexual scenes were cut for an R rating.
  • I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry - Originally rated R (and upheld on appeal), re-edited to receive a PG-13 rating. A common rumor is that one of the things the MPAA objected to was a homosexual kiss on the lips, threatening to give the film an R rating unless it was cut.
  • Inside Deep Throat - The R-rated version of the film censors a scene in which explicit unsimulated oral sex is visible. Unedited version rated NC-17.
  • Into the Grizzly Maze - Originally rated R for "violence, grisly images, language, and brief sexuality/nudity". Re-edited version rated PG-13 for "animal attack/disturbing images, violence, terror, brief sexuality and language".
  • James Bond 007 Casino Royal - The violence was tonned down due to it being considered to realistic.
  • Jarhead 2: Field of Fire - Scenes with nudity and strong violence were cut in order to get a R rating, the DVD's added those scenes ack into the movie in the Unrated edition.
  • Jarhead 3: The Siege - Blood was digitally removed from the flim, it was added back into the movie in the unrated DVD.
  • Josie and the Pussycats - Some language and sexual innuendo was removed from a 'family edition' home video release for a PG rating.
  • The King's Speech - Scene of man working through his stutter by using strong language edited in a PG-13 edition of the film. (The original scene had 18 F-words, the PG-13 edition has 1.) This cut was never released on home video.
  • The Lost City of Z - Due to the movie targeting a a PG-13 rating,  violence was tonned down.
  • Licence to Kill- Due to the movie targeting a PG-13 rating the MPAA censored the movie, violence was toned down.
  • Logan's Run - Some strong violence and sexual content removed to receive a PG rating.
  • Lord of the Rings The Fellowship of the Ring- Due to the movie targeting a PG-13 rating and due to the movie's runtime being to long it was censored, violence was toned down and some scenes were cut in order to reduce to movie's runtime.
  • Lord of the Rings The Two Towers- Due to the movie targeting a PG-13 rating and due to the movie's runtime being to long it was censored, violence was toned down and some scenes were cut in order to reduce to movie's runtime.
  • Lord of the Rings The Return of the King- Due to the movie targeting a PG-13 rating and due to the movie's runtime being to long it was censored, violence was toned down and some scenes were cut in order to reduce to movie's runtime.
  • Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind- 23 minutes was cut from the flim in order to make the flim a fast peace childrens movie.
  • Mirrors - Scenes that had strong graphic violence were removed in order to recieive a R rating.
  • Mortdecai - Re-edited in a PG-13 edition on its video on demand release to try to draw in a new market.
  • Perfect Blue - Shots of full-frontal nudity cropped, as well as some graphic gore removed and a rape scene shortened in order to receive an R rating. Unrated edition released on home video.
  • Postmark Paradise - A PG-13 version was released on home video which removed some brief strong language.
  • The Raid 2 - Cut for an R rating, though the director mentioned in an interview that the changes were very subtle/a matter of a few frames.
  • Rio - Originally rated PG for "mild off color humor". Re-edited to receive a G.
  • Robocop - Had to be repeatedly resubmitted to the MPAA to secure an R rating over an X, finally secured by adding comedic relief that toned down the overall impact of the film.
  • Salt - Violence was tonned down.
  • Saigon Commandos - Some violence was removed in order to get a R rating.
  • Saturday Night Fever - After the mass success of the R-rated version, a PG-rated cut was released for a wider audience. This cut dubbed over/muted strong language and explicit sexual references, as well as cutting some nudity and a rape scene.
  • Sausage Party - The pubic hair on a pita bread's scrotum had to be removed to avoid an NC-17 rating.
  • Saving Siverman - Sexual content and strong lanugage were removed.
  • Scary Movie 3 - Sexual content was removed.
  • Scary Movie 4 - Sexual content was removed.
  • Scary Movie 5 - Sexual content was removed.
  • School for Scoundrels - Sexual content and some language was removed.
  • Scream - scenes of gore had to be cut or shortened to achieve an R rating.
  • Spider - Man-Some violence and blood was removed in order to get a PG-13 rating.
  • Sucker Punch - The movie's theatrical cut was censored in order to get a PG-13 rating, strong language was removed, the violence was toned down, and sexual content was removed. These scenes were latter added in a R rated extended edition.
  • Suicide Squad-Sexual Situations were removed and the violence was toned down.
  • Super Size Me - An 'educational version' was released with a PG rating specifically for schools, removing bad language and sexual references.
  • Sweet Savior - Some explicit sex removed in order to receive an R rating.
  • Taken -The blood effects were reduced in size, images showing drugs were removed, sexual situations were toned down and torture was also toned down in order to get a PG-13 rating, the film was released with a unrated extended edition.
  • Taken 2 -Blood effects were reduced to get a PG-13 rating. The movie was latter released with a unrated DVD extended edition.
  • Taken 3 -The F-word was censored and blood effects were reduced in order to get a PG-13 rating. The movie was latter released with a unrated extended edition.
  • Team America: World Police - The puppet sex scene had to be cut and altered to receive an R rating. Uncut version is released unrated.
  • The King's Speech - Scene of man working through his stutter by using strong language edited in a PG-13 edition of the film. (The original scene had 18 F-words, the PG-13 edition has 1.) This cut was never released on home video.
  • Treasure Island - Some violence was edited out for a G rating upon a 1975 reissue. Released uncut in 1992 with a PG.
  • The Bye Bye Man - Re-edited for a PG-13 rating after originally being rated R for "bloody horror violence, language and some sexuality".
  • The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover - Some explicit sex was removed in an R-rated cut.
  • The Fog - Longer shots of a man burning alive were removed in order to receive a PG-13. Unrated edition released on home video.
  • The Hobbit An Unexpected Journey- Due to the movie being to long certain scenes were cut in order to reduce the movie's runtime.
  • The Hobbit The Desolation of Smaug- Due to the movie being to long certain cut certain scenes in order to reduce the movie's runtime.
  • The Hobbit Battle of Five Armies'- Due to the movie targeting a PG-13 rating, violence was toned down.
  • The Young & Prodigious T.S. Spivet- Due to the movie targeting a PG rating, strong language was removed from the film.
  • The Wolverine - Due to the movie targeting a PG-13 rating, blood and gore was removed from the film and strong language was removed from the film.
  • Tomorrow Never Dies- Due to the movie targeting a PG-13 rating, nudity was removed from the film and violence was toned down..
  • Watchmen - Due to the movie being to long certain scenes in order to reduce the movie's runtime.
  • Wonder Woman 2009 - Due to the movie targeting a PG-13 rating, violence was toned down.

AustraliaEdit

  • Barbarella - Nudity censored in order to receive an M rating. No uncut version released.
  • Brüno - Sex scenes edited for an MA15+; uncut Blu-ray version classified R18+.
  • Grown Ups 2 - Some crude humor was censored in order to receive a PG rating. No uncut version released.
  • Hellraiser - Was initially classified R18+; distributor chose to censor/cut three minutes of graphic violence for theatrical release in order to receive an M rating. Released on home video uncut with the R18+ rating.
  • The Hero - Initially refused classification, but cut more than necessary from a censored R18+ version to receive an M rating in theaters.
  • Hot Shots! - A single use of "f***" was removed for both theatrical and VHS releases in order to receive a PG rating. Released on DVD uncut with an M rating.
  • Kung Fu Hustle - Some strong violence was cut for theatrical release to receive an M rating; classified MA15+ uncut on home video.
  • Lethal Weapon 4 - Some strong violence was cut to receive an M rating for theatrical and rental VHS releases. Released uncut on DVD and Blu-Ray with an MA15+.
  • Lionheart - Uncensored in theaters with an R18+; released on home video with graphic violence censored in order to receive an M rating.
  • Mad Max II - Some graphic violence was cut on theatrical release to receive an M rating rather than an R18+.
  • Men in Black - Some moderate violence was cut to receive a PG rating for the theatrical release. Released uncut on home video with an M rating; this same uncut version is typically shown on Australian television with a PG rating.
  • Quantum of Solace - The Nudity in the movie is cut from Region 4 DVD's.
  • Total Recall - Initially released with graphic violence cut on home video to receive an M rating. A special edition release was passed uncut with an MA15+.

New ZealandEdit

  • Hellbound: Hellraiser II - Cut for an R16 rating upon theatrical release. Released uncut on home video with an R18.
  • The Muppet Movie - Fozzie Bear being menaced by a sailor with a broken bottle was cut to receive a G rating.

South KoreaEdit

  • Amelie - Cut for a 15 rating on home video.
  • The Big Short - Cut for a 15 rating upon theatrical release. Released uncut on DVD with an 18 rating.
  • The Hunt - Cut for a 15 rating upon theatrical release.
  • The Jackal - Cut for a 15 rating on home video.
  • Love Actually - Released in an "Asian edition" which was rated 15 on home video. Released uncut in 2013 with an 18 rating.
  • RoboCop (1987) - Cut for a 12 rating upon theatrical release and a 15 rating on VHS. Released uncut on DVD in 2002 with an 18 rating.
  • Scent of a Woman - Cut for a 15 rating upon theatrical and VHS release. Released uncut on DVD with an 18 rating.
  • Starship Troopers - Cut for a 15 rating on home video.
  • Stone Cold - Cut for a 12 rating upon theatrical release. Released uncut on home video with an 18 rating.
  • Sweet November - Cut for a 15 rating upon theatrical release. Released uncut on DVD with an 18 rating.
  • We Are Your Friends - Cut for a 15 rating upon theatrical release.

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