From The Frisky.
Just because a movie is sexy and provocative doesn't mean the poster can be.
For its film about an emotionally troubled sex addict, Fox Searchlight tried to push the envelope in European marketing. It didn't work -- at least not in Hungary, where this poster was banned.
This original official poster was banned only in the U.S. -- ironic considering it's a film about censorship.
Personally, we don't get why this poster for an indie film about a girl with vagina dentata, was banned for being too naughty. It perfectly depicts what the film is about -- rather subtly, in fact.
Banned in the U.S. (but allowed in Canada and the U.K.), the poster was cited for posing children's toys in adult positions. Because children never make their stuffed animals hump.
See the rest at The Frisky.
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
From The Frisky.
From LVGurl. I'm so glad Rachael cleared this up.
So there you have it. But what you really need to see are the reader comments. A few of my favorites:
"You didn't specify which brand of paper towel - I used Bounty and it totally absorbed all my bacon. WTF?"
"I made this in my EZ Bake Oven. It took nine days. On the fourth day, the bulb burnt out so I replaced it with one from a tanning bed. Five days later, out came Snooki. How do I get her to leave?"
"This recipe saved my marriage."
"If this angel of cooking had just come along years earlier, Canada wouldn't have screwed up their bacon."
"This recipe looks great! Could you please add the instructions on how to switch the oven on and off?"
"That's not what 'late night bacon' means in my house."
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