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T3 CUT! by 18mins for cinema will it be UNCUT for R1 or R2 DVD Release!

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by NoelStar, Aug 22, 2003.

  1. NoelStar

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    Hi Guys

    does anyone know if they have included the extra 18mins that was cut from the theatrical release because they wanted to bring the certificate down from 15 to a 12 to bring in bigger lower age audiences

    i have heard the film should be 120-125mins if region 2 is cut it will be 106mins

    PAL R2 CUT 106mins UNCUT 120mins

    NTSC R1 CUT 109mins UNCUT 125mins


    do you know if region 1 or any other region will be UNCUT

    just want to know because you know they did it on T2 ! cut by 15mins then years later the Ultimate edition uncut

    and you know they will con people when next year they will release a ultimate or extreme Edition!!!!!!!!!! :nono:

    thanks

    DAZ

    i know plan on emailing Warner Brothers to see if they have any plans for any other future editions!!! like they'll comment
     
  2. Darth_Fisto

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    Where did you get this information?

    T3 was R-rated in America, and was a 12A in the UK. No cuts for ratings were made and both the UK and US Version are the same.

    Do you mean extra scenes were cut, like the Director's cut of T2?
     
  3. Nick23

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    The cuts were made for pacing reasons only... not to get a lower certificate. After test screens back in April, they decided to trim some parts after test audiences commented on it.

    One scene that was cut involved Arnie playing a soldier called "Sargent Candy" who volunteers his likeness for the T800. Last year on some Terminator websites, they displayed a photo of Arnie wearing a red military Beret. This was part of the scene that was cut from the final release.

    go to www.imdb.com and do a search for T3.
     
  4. NoelStar

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    they cut about 18mins which you never got to see at the cinema!!! there is about 20 deleted scenes

    which include longer version future war
    endoskeleton production
    T1 production

    here is the link anyway if your interested:

    http://www.redrival.com/terminator2029/index2.htm enjoy

    the deleted scenes will be on R1 and R2 but will there be a feature to be able to watch them included in the film or just seperatly!:nono:

    at the moment im emailing every where about this and just incase there will be any different Editions e.g. Directors cut

    DAZ
     
  5. bobbles

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    I hate to ask a stupid question but surely the R1 / R2 uncut versions should have approximately the same running time.

    You can absolutely guarantee the DVDs will be released cut then a few months later uncut then a few months later uncut extreme then a few .....
     
  6. NoelStar

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    Hi bobbles the reason for the different timings is because of the Differences between PAL and NTSC im not going to bore you with the details but the bottom line is

    if you play the same 2 films 1 on PAL and the other NTSC

    PAL will always finish quicker than NTSC because it has more lines and a faster scan rate or something like that


    and yeah im trying to find whats happening with the CUT or UNCUT versions as i dont want the CUT version with about 20 scenes missing!!!! :mad: :nono:
     
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    A dull but important question.

    I noticed on EZYDVD that the R4 T3 DVD only appears to have a DD sound track.

    Does anyone know if R1 or R2 will have a DTS track?

    Or are we going to have to wait for a Ultimate/special/mega/nutter version in 6 months?

    I do hope not.

    Rog
     
  8. NoelStar

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    Hi Rog

    :rotfl:

    well i dont no about the audio DD5.1 or DTS ?

    im more concerned about the Video side of things with the cut or uncut

    but your probably right which ever edition comes out next will have every audio format EX Surround THX Approved and all that business:smashin:
     
  9. FoxyMulder

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    PAL and NTSC different running times don't apply to the cinema though as both are 24frames per second so a 106 minute film in the cinema in america is going to still be 106 minutes in british cinemas should it be uncut.
     
  10. NoelStar

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    if its is uncut it will be around 120-125mins for DVD depending on whether its PAL or NTSC

    as for the cinema i guess it doesnt matter being a projection :confused:


    so 2 hours instad of just over an hour and a half:smashin:
     
  11. bobbles

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    no i realise there is a speed up but 2.5 min per hour surely not
     
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    as I've read on this forum, there is a 4% difference. When you do the maths 4% on 120 min is 125 min:lesson:
     
  13. bobbles

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    the maths is certainly right

    that is just mad

    everyone must appear slightly higher pitched in America then
     
  14. FoxyMulder

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    No the European home editions of films have the higher pitch, the american editions all sound like they would at the cinema.

    Thats why i buy region 1 over the region 2 european counterparts, region 2 Japan is ok cos its NTSC.
     
  15. bobbles

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    ok if the R2 release is slightly slowed down wouldn't that result in a lower pitch?

    I must admit I can not tell the difference but I am amazed I can not 4% doesn't sound much but 5min every 2hrs does

    i know ......
     
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    No, the R2 PAL releases are speeded up.
     

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