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R1 & R2 Butterfly Effect Reviews

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by Phil Hinton, Jul 22, 2004.

  1. Phil Hinton

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    We review the recent R1 release of The Butterfly Effect Here

    And we also take a very early look at the R2 release Here



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    I found the picture to be grainy, not as amazing as the review makes out.



    The film though is excellent. I've yet to watch the DC but looking forward to it.
     
  3. Phil Hinton

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    Thanks for the comments, you will love the DC, far better movie IMHO.
     
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    BTW folks, surprised no-one has commented on the rather poor R2 release disc.
     
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    been working hard *yeah right* all day otherwise i would have! I think it's criminal to exclude the Theatrical version from the DVD, i mean that's the film that you're SUPPOSED to see, the Director's cut is just a secondary version. Sure bring out a DC DVD after the theatrical one if you want, but as the first ever release, that's unacceptable.
     

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