Saturday, August 16, 2008
Tony Two-Face really likes Star Wars and E.T., particularly the newer versions, where Han doesn't shoot first and there are walkie-talkies instead of guns. Erik the Kleener and I had to agree--sometimes we really enjoy violence in our films, but in feel-good movies such as Star Wars and E.T., we don't believe violence belongs.
We were trying to remember, what other movies have gratuitous violence and should be changed in this way? We couldn't come up with any, but we thought about the BEACH VOLLEYBALL SCENE in Top Gun, and how clearly the men didn't need to be shirtless. If they were playing volleyball in jeans, surely they could play in shirts as well? You all know how I like beautiful bodies glistening in the sun, but not if it's gratuitous!
We contemplated writing to Tony Scott, the director of Top Gun, but I think he still has a restraining order out on me, so we decided that might not be the best idea.
So Tony Two-Face, Erik the Kleener and I censored the movie all by ourselves! Enjoy some screenshots from Top Gun: The Family Friendly Version!