The top "Monster In-Law" movie has been banned by Vietnam vet and Kentucky theater owner
While "Monster-In-Law" enjoying its winning in last weekend box office, Vietnam vet and Kentucky theater owner have both banned the movie just because they are still angry toward the visit the movie star, Jane Fonda, did to North Vietnam in 1972 to denounce the war. The point is that they are all felt bertrayed by Fonda.
Ike Boutwell, the owner of two movie houses in the Bluegrass State near the Fort Knox Army base, as an evidence, has banned the film because he and his Vietnam vet friends consider Fonda as a traitor. To express his madness, Boutwell even posted a sign in the box office window for customers declaring "No Jane Fonda movie in this theater."