I'm furiously trying to calculate the cost of painting my truck compared to any potential lawsuits I might incur if Mr Wilson finds out I drive a red truck.
Animated ones that talk, at that.
That's what I thought at first too, but what he actually wants excised from the movie is the "race the train" scene, as that is how his kid died.
Having said that though, I think this is a bit ridiculous. If anyone is going to see a cartoon car race a train and decide that is a greenlight ofr them to do the asme in real life, then there's some pretty serious issues there, far more than can be blamed on a movie.
I grew up watching the Dukes of Hazzard, and as far as I recollect, I've never had the urge to jump a river because I was in a hurry.
If it was blue, or even maroon, we could let it slide. But red? No, kids need to be protected from seeing red cars.
Guess he isn't a Dale Jr fan.
I am Spartacus and I drive a red car
Isn't this the same type of moral authority that Cindy Sheehan claims (and that David Letterman claimed on her behalf w/ O'Reilly)?
I cannot begin to count the number of times I narrowly escaped with my life, while dropping anvils on my head, that were designed for the roadrunner,
or how many times I nearly died while stuffing my fingers into the business end of my freind's shotgun while out hunting wabbits.
Warner Brothers and Hanna/Barbra owes me, and a whole generation of people huge sums of money for the emotional and physical damage sustained when we mirrored what we saw in those...ah...er...cartoons.