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In theaters Sep 20, 2009
Unrated, 1 hr. 25 min.


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Synopsis: The true story of a handful of Mormon movie buffs and their efforts to clean up Hollywood hits (and make money doing it) are chronicled in this documentary from filmmakers Andrew James and Joshua
Director: Andrew James, Joshua Ligairi
Rated: Unrated
Running Time: 1 hr. 25 min.
Genre: Documentary, Television, Special Interest
Theater Release: Sep 20, 2009

Critic Reviews

  • Even those who agree with its conclusions might wonder what's been edited out. More...
  • To some extent, the filmmakers fighting the clean-up business are contending that their work grapples with the ugly, messy, sexy world that some Mormons would rather not confront, and that the PG versions actually do their viewers a disservice. More...
  • Pic is undeniably amusing when focused on extreme measures by self-appointed censors, but there's only a token effort made to seriously examine central questions. More...
  • Even as customers express their enthusiasm for sanitized movies, Cleanflix turns its attention to those making money off this "righteous" business. More...
  • A severe left turn into delicious irony derails the story, but doesn't dilute the fact that Cleanflix is a sharply produced, surprisingly even-handed story of editorial demand mutating into a Wild West mentality. More...
  • Raises more questions than it's prepared to answer, but still works as a spotlight shined on a weird part of the movie world. More...

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