Pulp Fiction with zero bad language? "The Matrix" minus any bone-crunching violence? A computer-generated T-shirt covering Kate Winslet in "Titanic"? It's just another day at work for the folks at CleanFlicks, the Utah-based company that catered to Mormon audiences' conservative tastes by sanitizing the "sinful" content of Hollywood blockbusters. Getting sued by filmmakers and studios only goosed demand, which ratcheted up the controversies chronicled by this documentary about art, commerce, and morality. 93 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English; alternate version; audio commentary; deleted scenes.