Discussion in 'TV Show Forum' started by figrin_dan, Jun 1, 2004.
Just spotted this at the bbfc:
Strange that the 1st films had headbutts intact.
Shame that but i guess i would be buying the region 1 DVD anyways but still a shame UK consumers get a censored version.
I've just read this article about the re-dubbing of some minor characters in Shrek 2 and I think it's ludicrous. Looks like I'll be waiting for the R1 DVD. What do you think?
thats really ruined my day.
I know Larry King and Joan Rivers but who are Jonathan Ross and Kate Thornton.
So losing a headbut makes you buy R1: What a noob you are!!!!
I expect if people like you accept these sorts of things and show such a lame attitude towards censorship then things like this will never change.
I'll buy region 1 because its out first and because its uncut as a collector i take the uncut status of films i collect seriously, keep your silly insults to yourself.
I buy all my movies from North America whenever possible anyway.
If they do the same as part 1 then i'll buy region 1 for £10 and sell the full screen disc for £5 and keep the widescreen dts version. I'll let the noobs pay £15 - £25 for the inferior R2 version.
This has to be one of the dumbest things I've heard all week. (keep in mind how much dumb stuff goes on these days)
I hope the R2 version sales are in the single digits.
A similar thing was done in Toy Story 2
When Buzz gives his morale boosting speech, the American version has the stars and stripes flag and the national anthem playing in the background. On all the other releases it has a generic flag and anthem playing.
It would seem that one of Gorshin's favorite pastimes is calling people 'noobs' on as many threads as possible.
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Oh dear, oh dear.
Watched Shrek 2 in New York last Sunday and it was hilarious. The headbutt scene is no worse than comic violence used in the rest of the film. I don't think it will ruin the film though so I'll buy whichever dvd is cheapest (probably r1 anyway).
If you're after PAL rather than NTSC, buy the Australian R4 as they're usually uncut...
From the trailer this looks ay-bysmal. Film making by committee or what!!!! Just trying to be too cute for its own good. The first was hardly a classic either take away the graphics and you have nothing
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Both Larry King's "Larry King Live!" show on CNN and Joan River's "Live from the Red Carpet" on E! - Entertainment Television are available in the UK on Sky digital. Why replace them???
The whole point of animation to make you believe the characters are talking??? If you are trying play guess the celebrity, you are defeating the object.
They should have left them alone.
You really are quite an ignorant and annoying person.
I would buy the R1 version of Shrek for the above reason and I am certainly not a newbie.
Aside from the facts that the R1 version will not have the 4% speedup of PAL, it'll probably be cheaper and released sooner.
But if you've spent tens of thousands of pounds on a home cinema, it's perfectly acceptable to demand the version the director intended. This is what being a home cinema enthusiast is all about. Rather than a loud mouthed, ignorant ten year old with a 14 inch TV/DVD combi.
I've had reason to edit your follow-up post because you like to use inappropriate language. I'm this far (holds fingers .5 mm apart) away from banning you.
Have a long, hard think about whether you wish to continue participating in this forum and if you do, read the rules and abide by them.
I'm sorry guys, but a souless piece of cinema. Also, you must understand that the outburst came after the France debacle.
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