Seth Rogen: The MPAA is After ‘Zack and Miri’

Seth Rogen and Elizabeth Banks in Zack and Miri Make a Porno

It appears that that the ratings board of the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) is on the warpath once again, using their strong liberal bias to limit the amount of sex between a man and a woman that appears in movie theaters across the country. In fact, as Zack and Miri Make a Porno star Seth Rogen pointed out to MTV on the set of his upcoming film Observe and Report, “I hear they are having some problems getting an R rating from an NC-17 rating, which is never good. A guy f—ing a donkey, they ain’t got no problem with. But a man and a woman having sex they seem to have real issues with, for some weird reason. It’s insane. It’s completely insane.”

Insanity seems to be the least of the MPAA’s problems these days, as they appear to also be vengeful toward filmmakers such as Kevin Smith who do not conform to their bestiality-obsessed morals. Though while Smith has been a friend to the MPAA in the past by defaming the Catholic church in Dogma and graciously inserting a “donkey show” scene into Clerks 2, he appears to have become estranged with the ratings board. And now that he is shamelessly promoting sexual activity that is, by most accounts, very normal, he has become the MPAA’s #1 enemy.

Rogen went on to tell MTV that Zack and Miri Make a Porno, in which he stars alongside Elizabeth Banks, is “a really filthy movie.” To say the least, the rabid, socially deplorable group that Kevin Smith calls his “fans” could not be happier.

Read the entire interview with Seth Rogen over at

Do you think that the MPAA is targeting Kevin Smith’s new film because it wants to push its pro-donkey show agenda?

Neil Miller is the Founder and Publisher of Film School Rejects. For almost a decade, he has been talking movies on television, the radio, and the Internet. As of yet, no one has stopped him.

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