SYDNEY, Australia (AP) _ One of Australia's top politicians told lawmakers he walked out halfway through a screening of the Oscar-winning ``Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon'' because it was boring.

``I'm going to reintroduce film censorship in New South Wales to ban boring movies,'' Bob Carr, premier of New South Wales state, told the state Parliament last week.

He got the name of the film wrong while making his remarks.

``I cannot believe that a film called ... `Crouching Tiger, Leaping Leopard' got several Academy Awards,'' Carr said.

``Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon'' won four Oscars last week, including best foreign language film.