While it doesn't approach the idiocy of jailing someone for naming a teddy bear, you can sure get into trouble in The West if you diss the Catholic hierarchy by...wait for it...giving two thumbs up to a kids' movie:
WASHINGTON, DC, December 3, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) - The Bishops of the United States are being asked to fire the chief movie reviewer for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). Harry Forbes, the Director of the USCCB Office for Film and Broadcasting, has reignited scandal by praising the film "The Golden Compass" which is based on an anti-Catholic novel.
My favorite bit from the Lifesite story is where Peter Vere, author of "Pied Piper of Atheism: Philip Pullman and Children's Fantasy", demands that:
...future movies are reviewed within the context of the good of souls - which in our canonical and theological tradition is the supreme law - and not merely on their artistic merit.
Make sure to fill the kiddies with pious crap, in other words.