Judd Apatow and the Directors Guild of America seem pretty pissed over Sony’s plans to release clean versions of about two dozen of their PG-13 and R-Rated films. And while the two-dozen “clean versions” of the Sony films are the versions that were edited before for presentation on airlines and broadcast television, the DGA said in a statement Tuesday (via Variety) that the studio’s initiative to distribute them through other means violates an agreement with the guild:

“Directors have the right to edit their feature films for every non-theatrical platform, plain and simple. Taking a director’s edit for one platform, and then releasing it on another — without giving the director the opportunity to edit — violates our Agreement. Throughout the years, the DGA has achieved hard-fought creative rights gains protecting our members from such practices. As creators of their films, directors often dedicate years of hard work to realize their full vision, and they rightfully have a vested interest in protecting that work. We are committed to vigorously defending against the unauthorized alteration of films.”

Apatow, on the other hand, wasn’t so subtle in his response to Sony’s plan, as demonstrated by his uncensored tweet Tuesday:

This is absolute bullshit and @sony and @SonyPictures is gonna get hell for FUCKING with our movies.Shove the clean versions up your asses! https://t.co/UhRUP0ZIlz

— Judd Apatow (@JuddApatow) June 13, 2017

My take: Apatow is an embarrassment to his profession. He’s a crass, immature toad, which greatly reflects on his movies. The DGA on the other hand does have a valid legal point, although I’m not sure censuring and editing are quite the same thing. Having said that, Sony should try making movies people want to watch more than censuring their already existing stockpiles.