Skip to comments.'Show Dogs' Pulled from Theaters over Inappropriate Dog Genital Groping Scenes
Posted on 05/25/2018 8:40:00 AM PDT by rktman
The hotly contested kid's movie Show Dogs, which was under fire for depicting a dog being forced to allow a judge to fondle his genitals in the same creepy way child molesters abuse kids, has folded. In a statement, the moviemakers said they are pulling the film and recutting it to eliminate the upsetting scenes:
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Boy, this is news to me. Don’t let your kids go to the movies. Keep them at home and show them Greyfriar’s Bobby.
But consider this:. When it’s released in DVD, the offending scenes will be in that version of the film. When it goes to sites such as Netflix, it again will have the bad scenes, and will be seen when people watch the movie at that time.
Just make the judge a TSA agent. Problem solved.
Yup. Just part of the process right.
I cannot imagine why they thought a scene like that belonged in the movie.
After the groping scene, did they then take the kids to a Pizza Parlor?
Aren’t police dog handlers supposed to do this for their dogs?
It was put in the movie to offend, shock, and hurt children. A hundred bucks says the person responsible for putting this filth into a children's movie is a democrat.
Same with dog breeders and reproductive technicians. It IS a standard husbandry practice.
However, I do agree that it doesn’t belong in a kid’s movie.
It’s still at a Showcase near me——just checked.
Joe Biden will be holding private screenings at his mansion.
Another hundred says the person responsible is homosexual.
Yes it is standard. I have a friend that has someone “obtains straws” from his prize bulls. They sell for a LOT of money.
There’s no such thing a “children’s” movies anymore. A few years ago (not anymore) our small town had free little kid matinees with cheap snacks one day a week during the summer. I had to walk out on one that should have been rated R. Gave them a piece of my mind, not that it did anything.
Do you remember what the movie was?
A friend of mine, who runs the last movie revival house in Manhattan, runs kiddie movies on Saturday morning - movies like The Ten Commandments, Mary Poppins, Ray Harryhausen, etc. I’ve never seen a bad movie programmed but then this fellow is an absolute expert on film.
Its hard to say without seeing the movie but the dog world is really trying hard to weed out “Fear-Strike Syndrome”
If any dog shows any sign of it during a show, they are ejected, can no longer compete and are labeled with Fear-Strike to prevent future breeding.
Perhaps the usual patting down every dog gets is considered not sufficient.
Again, hard to say without watching the movie.
My dad was an obedience trial judge so I picked up a few things.
No. It was some futuristic space something. Not a cartoon.
They probably already are.
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