INTERVIEW: DOC MOVIES
Let’s say you’re a movie-loving Mormon who wants to check out “Titanic,” but your religious leaders won’t let you because of that one scene where a naked Kate Winslet is getting her portrait done by a way-too-happy Leonardo DiCaprio. What do you do? Well, in the early 2000s, you just went to one of the many video stores in Utah that rented out “clean” versions of Hollywood blockbusters, with the...
Cleanflix doesn’t pretend to resolve the many questions it asks. Instead, the film focuses on a particular, especially fervid period for the clean movement. Having grown up in the Mormon community, James and Ligairi begin with the movement’s focus on “Marketing Morality.” Here Erb and Ray Lines, CleanFlicks’ founder and CEO, lay out their rationale for “sanitizing” Hollywood movies. Seeing a...
Cleanflix is wonderfully produced and highly educational documentary with an...– CINEMA FUNK
Finally, an intelligent (as well as funny and entertaining) take on a complex...– CHRIS GORE, ATTACK OF THE SHOW
POST: FLORIDA FILM FESTIVAL
Great theater. Great people. Great food. I’m already planning to come back!
Cleanflix is a sharply produced, surprisingly even-handed story of editorial...– FILM JERK
Cleanflix is Paradise Lost with magic underwear!– ORLANDO WEEKLY