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Censorship
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Censorship

Act of Valor is an American action/war film made by Relativity Media and released on February 24, 2012. When TNT bought the rights to air the movie a number of scenes were censored in order to get a TV-14 rating. As a result some violence and profanity were removed.

Censorship[]

USA Censorship[]

TNT[]

  • The scene that shows the blood splatter hitting the wall after the CIA agent is killed was shortened, and the sound effect was muted.
  • The line "Oh shit!" was muted.
  • The line "You hear me asshole?" was changed to "You hear me?"
  • The scene that shows Morales being threatened was shortened.
  • Shaved time: 5 seconds

Where to find it uncensored[]

The DVDs are completely uncensored.

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