Kids Swearing In Movies: The Supercut

Children! LANGUAGE!! I'm not angry at these children swearing in movies. I'm just disappointed.

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Cold blooded murder has never been so adorable. To coincide with the release of Joe Wright's little-blonde-girl-assassin movie Hanna (in theaters now), Vulture put together a montage of disturbing child murderers! It's actually kind of hypnotic to watch, strangely enough. You'd think it'd make ovaries shrivel up and sperm start swimming the other way, but I don't know, it's kind of making me want to raise a little rugrat of my own. A little ball of joy to coddle and teach to ride a bike, and how to hold an icepick. It's all in the angle, you see. You raise that thing high enough above your head, and you've got a deadl weapon! Any lower and you're just going to maim. This heartwarming montage contains clips from Children Of The Corn all the way to Orphan. And if you're going to complain that Orphan isn't a good example, you're even more of a nerd than me, AND you just helped spoil the ending of a terrible movie. (Vulture)


Jason Bateman Masters The Art Of Swearing At Children In 'Bad Words' Trailer

We finally see the nasty underbelly of the Spelling Bee circuit. When a character in a movie swears profusely and creatively at children is a tried and true shortcut to a laugh. Sometimes the results are uproarious or a mildly satisfying chuckle. In the red-band trailer for Bad Words, Jason Bateman transcends the art of swearing at and around children. Go ahead, Bateman. Drop the mic. You've earned that right. Who would have known that Jason Bateman would be so great for this role? Jason Bateman, that's who. Bad Words is also his directorial debut, meaning he was a shoe-in for the role. Much to the chagrin of Paul Rudd, who really loves being a dick to kids too.


'The Three Stooges' Trailer Is Exactly What We Thought It Would Be, Yet Somehow Still Disappointing

*Sigh* What were you expecting? Whatever thin premises guide the Farrelly Brothers' adaptation of The Three Stooges are lost in this 90-second trailer, but there's plenty of physical comedy, true to the original. Not much else can be said about the clip, except that it's got a steady stream of strange cameos, and it is set in modern times. Though I'm not Stooges expert, the lead performances seem to run from good to great in their adherence to the source material. And the Farelly's smartly busted the film up into three 30-minute segments to prevent fatigue from a dragging plot. Despite those steps, the film just looks like a dud. Perhaps if I had a couple kids and wanted to veer away from the standard animated fare, I would take them to see this film, but I think that the whole concept of The Three Stooges just doesn't appeal to the past couple generations. So there goes about 60% of film audiences. Maybe I'm wrong, and people will appreciate the throwback and attention to detail, but it's been my experience that most audiences don't "appreciate" shit. This isn't their type of dumb physical comedy. My hope was that the Farrelly's would bring their irreverent humor of bygone films like Dumb and Dumber to this gig, but they seem hell bent on sticking to the old formula, save for some very bizarre cameos. Anyway. Watch the trailer, and, who knows, if you're also not seeing The Three Stooges on opening night, maybe we'll run into each other.


Warning: Red-Band ‘Blitz’ Trailer Contains Violence, Language, And Male Nudity For Some Reason

Well, it's springtime. Which means along with the setting forward of clocks, comes the kicking of asses courtesy of Jason Statham. Well, it's springtime. Which means along with the setting forward of clocks, comes the kicking of asses courtesy of Jason Statham. Here's a quick red-band look at his latest, Blitz. It has everything you'd expect from a Statham movie. Violent headshots, curb-stomping, swear words, torture, and a naked dude rolling around in bed by himself. Wait. A. Minute. Did Statham approve that? Something tells me his core audience isn't interested in seeing schlong and dude-ass. Just stick to the Statham movie template, Blitz.


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Sylvester Stallone just killed a bunch of guys. This supercut compiles every time a screen villain has died by the hand of Sylvester Stallone. Coming in at a whopping 539 kills and clocking in at just over a half-hour, it proves that John Wick has no work ethic. Kids today. Of course, this count is by no means official and may be off by one or two. I'm pretty sure he kills someone in Oscar but can't expect anyone to sit through that movie in order to find out.