It's a documentary by director Steve Anderson about the social, political, personal, historical, linguistic and artistic significance of this word. Repeating it 857 times throughout this 90 minute documentary, makes an average 9.52 occurrences per minute! And you can also find violence and nudity scenes, other expletives and some racial insults.
The Wolf of Wall Street has broken every record for fictional feature films. The f-word is used more than 500 times and many are used with "mother". It also has 79 sh*ts, other swearings, derogatory terms for homosexuals and African-Americans, countless other obscenities and a heavy use of drugs. All this caused problems in distribution in the Middle East: the cut version showed in the United Arab Emirates is 45 minutes shorter than the original uncut release.
This movie is in the third-most uses of f-words in history. In 142-minute film, is has an average of 3.1 times per minute. Plus a few homosexual and racial insults, 200 sh-words and 1 crap.
Plus frequent and very graphic descriptions of sex, drug use, brutal domestic violence. A nonstop strong language with 8 of sh-words, 51 slang terms for human body parts, 3 hells and 5 religious exclamations. This is the movie with the most c-words of all time (more than 80).
A good debut for Gary Oldman as a writer and director.
At the time of its release, this movie held the record for most uses of the f-word in a major motion picture. Milder obscenities are very frequent and there are some racial slurs.
Plus, 2 obscene hand gestures, 20 sexual references, 55 scatological terms, 46 anatomical terms, 36 mild obscenities, 3 derogatory terms for African-Americans, 11 for homosexuals and 1 for Jewish people. Plus, name-calling (crazy, idiot, stupid, moron, insane), 7 religious profanities, 8 religious exclamations.
They really lack for nothing!
It ranks 7th in the list of films that most frequently use this word. It also use the sh-word 111 times and other profanities and epithets in English and Spanish.
There is a great deal of drug use, "the finger" gestures, several slang terms for human body parts, 10 sh-words and the twins urinate on a young lady's back and head while she sings on stage. There are also sex scenes of various kinds...
It's very violent so a pervasive strong language is normal. But it also has children portrayed swearing, using the f-word.
I don't want to look naive but I was a little surprised in finding such a tile, since I've never seen this movie.
Ok, now I know, it's a movie about drugs.
And about 24 uses of the c-word, as well as many other profanities but no one single scene of nudity.
Including 28 used with "mother" and 9 used sexually. Plus, 1 s.o.b., 69 sh-words and other profanities.
At the time of release, this film was noted for its many uses of the f-word and its variations. There are also a rape scene, racial insults, 7 damns, 5 hells and 27 blasphemous expressions.
With many other expletive words for a total of 379 with an average of 4.5 curse words every minute.
And finally here we are.
The Departed has only 237 uses of the word and a lot of other swearings. The c-word is said 5 times, there are racial slurs for Italians, African-Americans, Irish, Chinese, and Puertoricans. Plus, tons of crude references to anything about sex.
But now, after this list, it doesn't seem that much...
With other many expletive words. I found the name-calling list pretty bizzare, with words such as missing link, speedy Hispanic, gorilla brigade, mini-genie, Arsinio Hall, kazoo.
And, of course, tons or racial slurs.
...For the unrated version. "Only" 159 for the rated version. With other profanities it reaches a total of about 300.
It's a war movie, after all, we couldn't expect anything else than disturbing images, pervasive language, and some sexual content with references to soldiers raping or attempting to rape some villagers. There's also blasphemy.
With other expletives it has a total of 337 swear words
Adding other expletives it reaches a total of 399 swear words (mostly said by eight-year-old third graders) along with 199 offensive gestures and 221 acts of violence. This movie still holds the record of the most swearing in an animated film and one of the most swearing of all time. Some of the songs such as "Uncle F*cker" and "Kyle's Mom Is A B*tch" are just non-stop swearing.
***WORK IN PROGRESS***
When I saw The Departed, after watching Infernal Affairs, I started thinking of how many swear words they put in some movies. I know it's a cultural matter and in some environments people really talk like that. But I thought it was funny to make a list of sweariest movies. Here are some of them.
And I found out The Departed is not even in the highest places...
Sources: wikipedia, imdb parental guides
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