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Why is it necessary? I don't understand. I'm not talking about words like "damn" au "ass." Those are crude but not as offensive as the ones I am thinking of. Since I don't swear, I am not going to start now kwa saying them. I don't think I really need to.

It takes away from the experience for me when a movie that is otherwise very good, with an interesting plot, a talented cast, and excellent scenery and special effects- think The Departed- is littered with the f-word.

Does it really add that much to the film if there's a lot of swearing in it? In my opinion, absolutely not. I don't understand why a screenwriter would choose to employ them when there are so many other words in the English language?