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  • Sageharley
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    Re: Now You See Me redeeming only theatrical

    Originally posted by swiss21 View Post
    I just wish they would always provide the edition of the movie you have. Sony has sometimes offered both editions like Total Recall, Spider Man 2 and 2.1, etc. That's a nice way to handle it but I am satisfied with unrated/uncut.
    While I prefer unrated/director cuts I am just happy to have my UV copy and able to put my DVDs in closet or resell.

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  • swiss21
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    I just wish they would always provide the edition of the movie you have. Sony has sometimes offered both editions like Total Recall, Spider Man 2 and 2.1, etc. That's a nice way to handle it but I am satisfied with unrated/uncut.

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  • jeremymc7
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    Originally posted by isu4me View Post
    Anyone else disappointed that when you purchase the extended edition of Now You See Me on blu ray, that you are only getting the theatrical version and not the extended edition? I see that the extended edition appears to not be UV which really doesn't make any sense - it's just very disappointing that you're not getting the UV version of the movie you purchased (even though the disk contains both versions), when there is an extended digital version available.
    Get it ALL the time. I don't know HOW many Blu-Rays I but where it's the Extended Disc and I get the Theatrical Digital Copy.

    Here's the fun part. I've even got movies where the disc ONLY has an extended version and the copy on the box, UV insert etc (IE LEGAL) specifically states that you get a digital copy of the movie in the box (which is extended). Then you check UV and there are Extended and Theatrical. What? I've gone so far as to argue it up the ladder with the studio. From a legal standpoint they really don't have have grounds to stand on. Besides they already have both encoded and it's up, they just need to give the code.

    ARGH ! ! !

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  • swiss21
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    I agree but this isn't the first time Lionsgate has done this. Texas Chainsaw (2013) also provided the theatrical cut even if you purchased the unrated edition. The unrated isn't UV either. I really hate this LGF trend. Universal has done it too with Ted Unrated BD providing the rated UV. Best option is same edition as disc or provide a redemption choice.

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  • Squatting Hen
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    Yeah, it bugs me too. If I had to pick only one, I would always get the Directors/Unrated/Extended cut of the film.

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  • tgmoore71
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    "Defanged" that is an excellent way to describe a rated-theatrical version of a movie. I too like my movies to have all their teeth.

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  • terpfan1980
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    Re: Now You See Me redeeming only theatrical

    Originally posted by isu4me View Post
    Anyone else disappointed that when you purchase the extended edition of Now You See Me on blu ray, that you are only getting the theatrical version and not the extended edition? I see that the extended edition appears to not be UV which really doesn't make any sense - it's just very disappointing that you're not getting the UV version of the movie you purchased (even though the disk contains both versions), when there is an extended digital version available.
    I'm one of those folks (like you) that thinks it's pathetic that we aren't getting the versions of the movies that we've paid for. If I bought unrated on disc, then dammit, give me unrated. Personally I wish that studios that are going to release unrated content, or extended editions, etc., would not bother releasing the rated versions. I was a bit taken aback when someone spoke up in these forums complaining of the reverse, somewhat crying that they had gotten unrated when they wanted the theatrical. Generally speaking, the unrated/extended editions are almost always better than the rated versions are, with the prime difference being dialogue that was too coarse or suggestive or perhaps a little extra nudity thrown in. Unless you want a "family friendly" version that has been defanged completely, you're better off with the extended/unrated version, and if you really want a family friendly version of a movie that was released unrated you are probably looking at the wrong movie entirely.

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    Now You See Me redeeming only theatrical

    Anyone else disappointed that when you purchase the extended edition of Now You See Me on blu ray, that you are only getting the theatrical version and not the extended edition? I see that the extended edition appears to not be UV which really doesn't make any sense - it's just very disappointing that you're not getting the UV version of the movie you purchased (even though the disk contains both versions), when there is an extended digital version available.
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