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  • tbdave
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    Re: Mimic (The Director's Cut) is the Wrong Version!

    I just took a quick glance, but it looks like it's the Director's Cut.

    Thanks for your help DanielH!

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    Re: Mimic (The Director's Cut) is the Wrong Version!

    Originally posted by tbdave View Post
    I just bought Mimic (The Director's Cut). And it turns out it's the original Theatrical Cut.

    RUNTIMES
    Theatrical Cut - 105 Minutes
    Director's Cut - 112 Minutes

    This site has a comparison of the two versions. The pre-credit Miramax logo is intact. But after that it's missing all the added scenes.

    http://www.movie-censorship.com/report.php?ID=761564

    Any chance you can get this fixed?
    This should now be fixed.

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  • lujan
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    Re: Mimic (The Director's Cut) is the Wrong Version!

    Originally posted by musacfreak73 View Post
    You should hear something in about 2 years if you're lucky.

    There's a group of people who have spent hundreds if not thousands of dollars to purchase a movie and it wind up being in the incorrect aspect ratio and we get the same response. "We'll look into it and let you know" Hopefully this will turn around quick for you
    You're right about the 2 years or more. Lot's of us are still waiting for several movies where the audio is higher on the HD version than on the HDX version. I have a case open where there are about 20 or so movies with this problem and we're still waiting for the studios on those.

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  • musacfreak73
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    Re: Mimic (The Director's Cut) is the Wrong Version!

    You should hear something in about 2 years if you're lucky.

    There's a group of people who have spent hundreds if not thousands of dollars to purchase a movie and it wind up being in the incorrect aspect ratio and we get the same response. "We'll look into it and let you know" Hopefully this will turn around quick for you

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    Re: Mimic (The Director's Cut) is the Wrong Version!

    Originally posted by tbdave View Post
    Hey Dan. Thanks for looking into this. Please let me know if you can get it fixed.
    We're waiting to hear back from the studio. I'll let you know when we have more info.

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  • tbdave
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    Re: Mimic (The Director's Cut) is the Wrong Version!

    Hey Dan. Thanks for looking into this. Please let me know if you can get it fixed.

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    Re: Mimic (The Director's Cut) is the Wrong Version!

    Originally posted by tbdave View Post
    I just bought Mimic (The Director's Cut). And it turns out it's the original Theatrical Cut.

    RUNTIMES
    Theatrical Cut - 105 Minutes
    Director's Cut - 112 Minutes

    This site has a comparison of the two versions. The pre-credit Miramax logo is intact. But after that it's missing all the added scenes.

    http://www.movie-censorship.com/report.php?ID=761564

    Any chance you can get this fixed?
    Hello Dave,

    Our content is going to take a look into this issue for you. I'll keep you posted.

    Leave a comment:


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    started a topic Mimic (The Director's Cut) is the Wrong Version!

    Mimic (The Director's Cut) is the Wrong Version!

    I just bought Mimic (The Director's Cut). And it turns out it's the original Theatrical Cut.

    RUNTIMES
    Theatrical Cut - 105 Minutes
    Director's Cut - 112 Minutes

    This site has a comparison of the two versions. The pre-credit Miramax logo is intact. But after that it's missing all the added scenes.

    http://www.movie-censorship.com/report.php?ID=761564

    Any chance you can get this fixed?
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