I can and went in the UK long ago and I can 100% reassure you there are NO apologies. Any that would up would have been shoehorned by the US distributor, not the original film-makers.VonBrewskie said:I'll say here what I said in the comments about your review: I really hope there is comedic surgery in this one. I would be really disappointed if the film apologizes in any way. Let it be brutal and hilarious. As an American, I say make more films that diminish terrorism and deflate the image of terrorists. I'll definitely check this one out. Might go alone first though. There are veterans in my family and they might not be ready yet. Thanks Bob. Love your work boss.
The only problem is that it tends to be more or less based of a quote than actual humor mocking terrorists. The first, "Silence! I Kill You!" was funny, but Dunham plays it too much too often, and now it's a popular quote, not a thought provoking satirical attempt at humor.vid87 said:I'm a little surprised no one has mentioned Jeff Dunham's Achmed The Dead Terrorist. Granted, it's very broad humor and not based in real human behavior like "Lions", but I'm pretty sure it was this same "tearing down of powerful image through satire" that's made him so successful.