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Movie with most foul language?

Casino- gotta be in the top 5 at least
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Re: Movie with most foul language?

I always heard either Goodfellas or Jungle Fever. But that was a while ago.
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south park should be up there as well
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Chicken Run has the record for the most fowl language.
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Originally posted by Groucho
Chicken Run has the record for the most fowl language.
I should've known someone would say that
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Paul Thomas Anderson's Magnolia uses the F word 180 times or so.
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Good Fellas had the record, but it was DESTROYED by South Park:BLU
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Scarface and The Big Lebowski are two notable movies with plenty of F-bombs.
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gotta remember south park was only half the length of casino.
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The film with the most foul language is Gary Oldman's Nil By Mouth. "F**k" and its variations alone are used at least 470 times, an average of about four times per minute.

This is a tough question, as some films are much longer than others, and some films are much more talky...
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Um, Pulp Fiction anyone?
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I'd a thought Clerks or J&SBSB...
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Originally posted by scroll2b
Um, Pulp Fiction anyone?
iam suprised it took some one so long to say it
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In a script I wrote a long time ago, there was a scene with a barbershop quartet that covered rap songs. Later, during the credits, the main characters would come on and complain that no-one would remember the film, that the film would have no place in the history books. One of them has an idea; he walks off the screen and pushes the quartet onto screen, who then proceed to sing a very melodious song consisting of the word "f**k" uttered at least 300 times, just to break the record and give the film a temporary place in the annals of cinema.
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I don't think Pulp Fiction would even be in the top 10. Hell, Reservoir Dogs has more language than PF.

And sorry to be 100% OT, but Me007gold, I have to say that you have the most ridiculous signature I've ever read.
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The two types of movies with the most foul language seem to be Gangster Movies and Gangsta Movies.
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A movie outdid Pacino's Scarface?
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The Last Detail with Jack Nicolson and Otis Young.
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Pulp Fiction
Scarface
Goodfellas
South Park: BLU
Narc
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first of all, a repost
http://www.dvdtalk.com/forum/showthr...g&pagenumber=5
and second of all, here is a list of the top movies with the most f words according to an imdb poster

Nil By Mouth- 470 (aprox. 3.9 a min!)
Casino- 422
Martin Lawrence Live: Runteldat- 347
Summer of Sam- 326
Twin Town- 320
Narc- 298
Fubar- 274
Pulp Fiction- 271
The Big Lebowski- 267
Made- 253
Reservoir Dogs- 252
Goodfellas- 246
The Boondock Saints- 238
Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back- 228
True Romance 225
Empire- 220
Suicide Kings- 207
Scarface- 206
American History X- 205
8 Mile- 200
Magnolia- 190
Belly- 186
Donnie Brasco- 165
Paid In Full- 153
Snatch- 144
Jackie Brown- 131
Training Day- 121
Sexy Beast- 117
Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels- 114
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That number sounds a little high on Suicide Kings. I don't remember it being that many.
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That list ain't right. I know Good Will Hunting had more than 114!! F-bombs alone topped that number!!
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Yeah, I was about to say.. Good Will Hunting has a ton.
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what about Bad Santa?

it was billy bob unleashed in there
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Originally posted by Mole177
what about Bad Santa?

it was billy bob unleashed in there
That's one of the first ones that came to mind . along with almost anything written by David Mamet.

My fav has to be Serial Mom - Kathleemn Turner's obscene phone calls never failing to make me laugh.

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