VidAngel Gives You the “Airplane Version” of Hollywood Films

Posted on September 30, 2016 at 8:00 am

Just about every movie released these days includes bad language, violence, and crude sexual material. And it is very rarely necessary for the story. Network television shows the “airplane versions,” edited to remove offensive content. On a recent airplane trip, I watched the very R-rated “Keanu,” with substitute language like “mother-father.”

VidAngel has a service that will let you get edited versions of Hollywood films.

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