If someone goes to see a movie they should look into what the contents of that movie are and not rely on the film makers to censor the content that is mentioned in the film description. Also the film makers should be more precise and honest with the contents of the film.
People should be able to express themselves in ways that do not directly harm other people. As such, any censorship placed upon artistic expression is ultimately detrimental to society. Adults should be able to choose what they want to expose themselves to and make up their mind about the things they see without a politically motivated authority patronising them
We should have the right to choose what we want to watch - and suffer the consequences ourselves if there is any negative response to that. We should be allowed to choose what is appropriate for our own minds - not an invisible controlling authority. Every person is different; we all respond differently to certain things - films should have warnings of the contents, but NOT restrictions.
Yes, film censorship of any kind should be banned. Film is art, and is therefore free speech. There should be no limits placed upon the freedom of speech and the expression of oneself through art. To censor film is to take away the right to express oneself as one chooses.
These modern days everything is accessed freely and with in no time, as a teenager you are going to be invited to watch a movie with your friends... What if it is not appropriate? What if you are a parent and your VERY OWN CHILD is doing this! Seeing drugs being consumed and violence and horrific and in humane events! This will need to be considered. Freedom has its limits...
As social opinions become increasingly liberal, vulnerable people are becoming more exposed to media which could potentially hard them. Even though some restrictions seem unfair and artistic freedom should be taken into account, there are some in the general population whom unwittingly expose people to images which are unhelpful and in some cases can be damaging. Things show in the media that glorify weapons, drugs, violence and other such things should not be readily available.
It is possible to put things on film that are truly inhumane and offensive. Just because a filmmaker has seen fit to film something doesn't mean that theaters, television stations, and film producers should be required to screen and distribute it without censorship. The current film ratings system creates conditions of censorship, but it also serves to help educate and warn the public about things they might view unwittingly. Censorship doesn't have to equate to silencing and sanitation.