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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