It’s the word that, if muttered more than once, will get a film an automatic R rating. And the folks over at Box Office Psychics have compiled a list of approximately the top 50 films that unleash the so-called dreaded “F-Bomb.” Not surprisingly, the documentary Fuck, which examines the history of the word and how society has reacted to it over time, tops the list with the word be uttered a whopping 824 times. Meanwhile, the 1997 British comedy Nil By Mouth , with 428 F-bomb drops, takes second place and Martin Scorsese’s Casino, with 398, lands in third place. Click on the link to check out the whole list.
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Director Rachel Talalay’s 1995 adaptation of the popular British comic book Tank Girl may have been raked over by critics and generally ignored by audiences during its brief theatrical run, it has managed to gather [click for more]
The Delta’s old nemesis, Douglas C. Neidermeyer, apparently wasn’t killed by his own troops in Vietnam as previously thought. He’s currently running a restaurant in Milwaukee and has been talking to his college rivals, members [click for more]