Top 10 F*@king Movies with Swearing

by Eric Melin on July 29, 2008 · 1 comment

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big lebowskiThe best thing about swearing? It’s liberating. It feels good to get out of your system, and it’s even better when it’s loud. Anyway, if you are easily offended, skip this list. It does contain a lot of swearing. I’m having a bad day, so this is what you get, folks: a list of my top 10 favorite swearing movies. Be it a memorable scene, or an overall, total badass bout of creative cursing, these 10 films popped in my head. I believe there is a time and place for this kind of language, and for me—right here—that time is now. Enjoy my list of memorable cursing in the movies. Or don’t. It’s entirely up to you.

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    It isn’t about being easily offended: it’s about being pummelled with clunky vocabulary. For every one great “Steve Martin at the Car Rental” scene there are 3,000 “The screenwriter couldn’t afford a dictionary” movies. Swearing may be liberating in real life, but in the movies, the only thing it liberates is my attention span.

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