Top most complained about films of the year for "graphic violence" have been revealed
What the hell?
You know what it's like. People will generally complain about most things, you only have to watch that weird BBC show Points of View to find that out.
The British Board of Film Classification released the most complained about films in the UK over the past year, and some titles that made it onto the list surprised us.
Spectre, the latest James Bond film, is top of the list.
Apparently, some people thought it was too graphic in its depiction of violence for a 12a rated film, which might be a fair concern if you're a parent.
"One scene involving an eye-gouging was slightly too strong for the company's preferred 12A classification," said the BBFC.
But it is the fifth most complained about film in the UK this year is something we really didn't expect.
Minions. Yes, really. Minions.
Minions drew more complaints than almost any other film released in this country in the past year, not because it's quite annoying and a bit weird (which it is, come on, it is), but actually because of a medieval torture rack violence scene.
Kids films sound like they've changed a lot since I was young.