VidAngel: Filter What You Watch
People enjoy great movies, but sometimes there is content they may not want to hear or see. Now a new streaming service offers a solution.
Introducing, VidAngel, a company that says it will offer "movies minus the bosoms, blood and bad words."
In 1939 "Gone with the Wind" made cinematic history, as one of the first films to use profanity in a major motion picture.
After Clark Cables famous last words to Vivien Leigh, "Frankly my dear, I don't give a (bleep) " echoed across the screen, Hollywood was never the same.
According to "Guinness World Records", "The Wolf of Wall Street" (2013) holds the title for the most profanity in film.
This Oscar nominated film averaged 506 f-words, coupled with sexually explicit scenes.
VidAngel allows you to filter content such as graphic violence, profanity and nudity on the films you purchase.
"VidAngel allows us to customize our viewing exposure in our own home, based on our own values," says Neal Harmon, VidAngel's CEO.