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Blazing Saddles
Airplane
Team America
Tropic Thunder

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Blazing Saddles was also my first.

Song of the South (but i have to figure out why those who have never seen it are so hateful of it)

And i just forgot the other two i was thinking of. Will edit once both brain cells work together.

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Kentucky Fried Movie

History of the World

(Life of Brian a close finisher too)

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Used Cars. Caddyshack.


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Spaceballs
They Live



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Animal house.
Any of the Monty Python movies.
Pretty much any Mel Brooks movie.
 
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Why can’t you still enjoy them? If anything these are the times to be watching them all!



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Last Dragon though Asians are less sensitive to being made fun of.


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Song of the South (but i have to figure out why those who have never seen it are so hateful of it)



Well, it does put forward a picture that being a slave (or former slave) isn't all that bad, and maybe was even a pretty sweet gig, because you just get to be-bop around the plantation all day, singing songs, telling stories, and being sweet to the master's little child.

I mean, it could be worse, but surely you can see how that might rankle.

I'd just put the movie out there, and no one is forcing the studios to pull these movies. But the Mouse in particular is extremely sensitive to public opinion and thinks that movie is not worth the heat that keeping it available would generate.

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How about Cannonball Run?

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Name those wonderful un-PC movies we can no longer enjoy…


Actually I still enjoy them. Smile
 
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Gone with the Wind....

BTW to add to JHE's comment on the Mouse, go on Disney+, pick any old great movie like Jungle Book and you'll get an apology and warning about the evil racism and bad social settings of that movie.. WTF....



Not a movie but since all mine are taken, how about adding some TeeVee shows....

The Little Rascals
Moe-Larry-Shemp
Any Monty Python Show
COPS - because it's Cops...



 
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Actually my intention was to get a list of good old time movies to watch.
These are the type of movies that mostly can not be made nowadays. Things we’ve lost in the name of progress and evolution.

Seems just weird and wrong that Abbot & Costello, the Three Stooges and the Marx Bros would be considered outrageous by some nowadays.

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Movies that can never be made in these woke times, some not named in this thread-

The Searchers
The Bad News Bears
Slap Shot
48 Hours
Executive Decision
MASH
Silence of the Lambs
You Only Live Twice
Apocalypse Now



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One of the most un-PC movies ever: The Adventures of Ford Fairlane! That flick cracks me up. It's the last gasp of the '80s at the turn-of-the-'90s.
 
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Why can’t you still enjoy them?

Blazing Saddles, for example, is so edited it's unwatchable.


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One of the most un-PC movies ever: The Adventures of Ford Fairlane! That flick cracks me up. It's the last gasp of the '80s at the turn-of-the-'90s.


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The wonderful world of Disney. When it was wonderful…


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Tonight's feature here: "Back To School", even with Rodney Dangerfield holding back would be forbidden.

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