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Eight more movies that can never be shown in Utah theaters with alcohol besides The Hangover II:

8. The Hangover: Same movie, just with fewer transvestites and Korean wieners.

7. Real Steel: Depicts violence, gambling and homoerotic robot-on-robot action.

6. Winnie the Pooh: May encourage pedophilia, bestiality and honey-induced diabetes.

5. The Help: Depicts the acceptance of African-Americans long before 1978.

4. I Don’t Know How She Does It: Perpetuates the myth that anyone wants to sleep with Sarah Jessica Parker.

3. What’s Your Number?: Perpetuates the myth that someone hasn’t slept with Anna Faris.

2. Abduction: Perpetuates the myth that Taylor Lautner is not a dreamy werewolf.

1. Joseph Smith: Plates of Gold: If you’ve been drinking, the plot will be harder to believe than Abduction.

Twitter: @Bill_Frost | BillFrost.tv

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