To Top

Deadpool has topped a British list of the most complained about films. While many people found the movie to be hilarious, other people took issue with the swearing, violence, and sexual references.

A report from the British Board of Film Classification says that the movie brought in 51 complaints. After that came Suicide Squad with 30 and Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children with 20.

The report defended the film saying that nothing was out of the ordinary. They admitted that the violence was “strong and frequently bloody” but “this often occurs during fast-paced action sequences with little focus on detail.”

They added that the sexual references came in the form of “comic verbal quips or innuendo. The sex references and language are therefore acceptable at the classification.”

More in News

  • Sophie Turner Quitting Acting

    The Game of Thrones actress has been done filming Season 8 since last summer, and apparently she’s been on a hiatus...

    Katie RosbottomApril 17, 2019
  • Hoda Kotb Adopts Her Second Child

    Following Tuesday morning’s episode of Today, the co-anchor announced via phone that she has adopted a second child, a daughter named...

    Katie RosbottomApril 16, 2019
  • Wendy Williams Files for Divorce

    Yesterday, it was confirmed that the daytime talk show host has officially filed for divorce from her husband of over two...

    Katie RosbottomApril 12, 2019
  • Nipsey Hussle Memorial Service Draws Thousands

    The late rapper’s ‘Celebration of Life’ is taking place at the Staples Center today, and TMZ is live streaming what’s expected...

    Katie RosbottomApril 11, 2019
  • Charles Van Doren Dead at 93

    Charles Van Doren, one of the most infamous TV game show contestants of all time, has passed away.   According to...

    Katie RosbottomApril 10, 2019
  • Kim Kardashian Taking Bar Exam in 2022

    The reality star has plans to follow in her father Robert Kardashian’s footsteps by becoming an attorney, and she’s aiming to...

    Katie RosbottomApril 10, 2019