Too each their own. I for one, frequently enjoy moderately edited movies (just so long as it is not solely for the sake of commercials). I think some of you (particularly you torture porn fans) need therapy if you think a movie needs to have profanity, violence, and nudity to be entertaining. I would would like the option of seeing the movie without the f-bombs.
Of course, you deserve your choices, too.
I prefer movies that have appropriate usage of profanity, nudity, and violence. That could be none, or it could be a massive amount, depending on the film. I don't appreciate the recent trend of taking older R-rated films and cleaning up the script to remake them and market them to kids. I also don't think it's necessary to throw one or two off-color lines into kids movies in an effort to get a PG rating. I am an adult, and I am perfectly capable of deciding what I want to see. It might be Bambi, or it might be Bambi Does Bayone.
As far as I'm concerned, anything produced for adults is intended for adults, and I don't see the point in cleaning it up. I remember as a kid watching the censored versions of movies like Animal House on TV. Sure, I enjoyed it, but what were my parents thinking? You can take out the four letter words and 2 or 3 brief topless scenes, but it's still not appropriate for children. In fact, if I had children, I'd be much more comfortable with them seeing those scenes or hearing those words than watching the scenes of alcohol abuse, shoplifting, cheating, ect.
Personally, I think the people buying these Clearplay machines are the ones with psychological problems. I'm not saying that all adults should watch hardcore porn and splatter movies. I personally am not into most porn, and there are certain styles of violent movies that make me uncomfortable. SO I DON'T WATCH THEM! I don't want to see a censored version...what's the point?
As for "harsh language"...I just don't get it. It's just an arbitrary list of words. I don't use them very often in my personal life, but what harm do they do? Pat Robertson can spew out a diatribe of hatred on a supposedly religious channel, and that's OK. But if Bobby Brady says "These are f**kin' great cookies, Mom!", it somehow hurts people? It's terrible dialogue, yes, and inappropriate to the program. But it doesn't hurt anybody.
It seems particularly ironic to worry about on Bravo, which is loaded up with those Law & Order shows, describing horrific crimes endlessly. But back to those Clearplay machines. So this is a product aimed at people who say to themselves "I really enjoyed that Titanic movie...seeing all those people drown and freeze to death was just good entertainment. Why did they have to spoil it showing that woman's breasts? Disgusting! I just wish I could skip ahead to the tragedy!" THAT'S psychotic. THAT'S a potentially dangerous person.
EDIT- By the way, I have been offended by exactly 3 movies in my life. One was "Kids", which I felt was over-exploitative, but disguised itself as an "important" movie. One was a horror movie called "Don't Go In The House", which I thought was overly misogynistic even for a slasher film. And one was "Mixed Nuts", a PG rated Steve Martin "comedy"about a suicide hotline. None of these were offensive to me strictly due to the nudity, violence, or language. I have enjoyed films much "dirtier" than Kids, much gorier then Don't Go In The House, and much "darker" than Mixed Nuts. You could clean these movies up for TV all you want, but they're still going to be offensive to me.