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After the MPAA branded Michael Moore’s “Where to Invade Next” with an R rating in early November, the outspoken director made it clear he would do everything he could to appeal the decision so that the film could play in front of as wide an audience as possible. Unfortunately, Moore’s attempts have been blocked. According to a decision made by the appeals board of the Classification & Ratings Administration in Los Angeles earlier today, “Where to Invade Next” will remain rated R for language, some violent images, drug use and brief graphic nudity. Moore was in attendance for the decision.
“It’s amazing how 25 years have passed — we invented the internet, gay marriage is legal and we elected an African American President of the United States, but the MPAA is still intent on censoring footage that is available from any evening network news show,” said Moore…
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