There's a fascinating Featurette on editting for a PG13 rating, on the Fast & Furiuous DVD, that is also a very Sad commentary of moviemaking today. Now I liked the movie, it wasa popcorn movie in the grand tradition of "Eat my Dust" or "Grand Theft Auto" if there's a movie perfect for a drive in , here it is. But in the quest for the widest demographic, in order for kids that should not see this film, to see it, the producers must trim and nip at scenes in the holy grail quest of that PG13 rating. Back in the 70's movie knew what they were and reveled in getting an "R" rating, now it's the pariah of the industry. Does the DVD of F&F need a PSA? Or do we need to aim a movie like this at an adult audience? One that will understand this is all Make believe. Look at a film like Mad Max. It does'nt contain the "F" word, scenes of woman Kissing, People beingriddled by bullets.It does have equally great car stunts, violence that mostly happens off screen, a naked but running thru a cornfield, a rape of a young woman, but it's an"R" rated movie and wants to be one. It also at least attemptsa love story between two of it's characters, the F&F had to leave it as a deleted scene and even then not show it to you. Movies like the F&F have been painstakingly digitally editted removing 5 precious frames here and there to insure the "Family Friendly" rating, the films underlying themes betray it's true "R" rated nature. Hollywood, give us back the "R" rating. Pretend you're making films for adults, to be seen by adults. Let those extra 5 frames stay in, and enforce the ratings policy. If not at least stop acting like you're the moral victor byshowingus how many "Family Friendly" PG13 titles your producing.