Bruno is out this month, and we've put a monkey on it being banned somewhere.
This means we may have to start petitioning governments, because we love our office monkey, Cliff, and don't really want to give him away.
But judging by some of the films that have received bans over the years, we remain confident.
Read on for the least offensive films that somehow managed to cause offense...
Banned In: Malaysia
Malaysia outlaws Yoga, claiming it could cause citizens to “deviate from their faith” (mostly Islam).
Drug use and the likening of drug use to “God’s vagina” did not therefore go down well with the Film Censorship Board of Malaysia.
So strict, they have four different flavours of 18 rating: 18SX (sex), 18SG (violence), 18PA (politics) and 18PL (variety).
Seth Rogen and James Franco’s bromantic stoner comedy ticks all the boxes. Denied, dude.