It's been back for months.
lol I know because I wanted to check it's legality. It's in a grey area right now and I honestly don't care too much anymore. Yes filtering should be allowed but at the same time why do we even need it? If you're going to watch an R rated movie, don't want it with your kids around. If you're worried about a PG-13 title, watch it before subjecting those in your care to it. Filtering hurts the way the film is meant to be seen. This is why the Directors Guild threatened to sue Sony for "clean" versions of their titles. Also let's not forget Sony was breaching contracts by doing such a thing hence why the Directors Guild threatened to sue.
But that doesn't make any sense. I mean there's no point to it. Curse words are said everyday and while that may be wrong to you, a few in a movie should not come close to bothering you. I was about to say if a movie was riddled with cursing sure use VidAngel but if a movie was riddled with cursing why would you even bother watching it? When Batman Begins literally has two uses of profanity, there is no point in using something like VidAngel.
No it has two. Okay maybe three. Not a big deal.
That logic doesn't make sense. You're still paying a fee. It doesn't matter if it's monthly, yearly, or per film. If you wouldn't filter for $22 and then sell back so you only pay a dollar, why bother at all.
The D word (that I assume sounds the same as dam), isn't considered a curse word. Neither is "hell". "God****" would technically be a curse and so would the use of "a**h***" and the mumbling use of "s**t". So really there is only three. The use of Jesus's name is not a curse word but rather a context you do not approve of.