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    Digital copy gave me R rated version rather than Unrated version

    I just bought the Bad Grandpa Unrated version on blue ray which came with the ultraviolet redemption code. When I entered it, it gave me the R rated version rather than the unrated version. What should I do about it?

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    Re: Digital copy gave me R rated version rather than Unrated version

    Originally posted by dmcnair81 View Post
    I just bought the Bad Grandpa Unrated version on blue ray which came with the ultraviolet redemption code. When I entered it, it gave me the R rated version rather than the unrated version. What should I do about it?

    Nothing. That's the intended digital copy. It happens a lot. It normally shows you a pic of the version you will get. It sucks but that's how it is right now.

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      Re: Digital copy gave me R rated version rather than Unrated version

      Originally posted by madmod20061 View Post
      Nothing. That's the intended digital copy. It happens a lot. It normally shows you a pic of the version you will get. It sucks but that's how it is right now.
      Correct as stated, but like you (I think), I really hate that this is how they currently do things and wish that the UV partners would get their heads out of their duffs on this. If a customer buys an Unrated Blu or DVD, they should get Unrated digital copy. If they buy theatrical or other versions on disc, they should get those, etc.

      It is part of why I'm shying away from buying *anything* any more. Not physical. Not digital. Just don't buy anything. Why should I have to buy things 3 times over to get the unrated versions that I'd prefer, and why can't I get a single package that has everything in it that is consistent?!?!

      Come on UV partners, get with it here.

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        Re: Digital copy gave me R rated version rather than Unrated version

        Originally posted by dmcnair81 View Post
        I just bought the Bad Grandpa Unrated version on blue ray which came with the ultraviolet redemption code. When I entered it, it gave me the R rated version rather than the unrated version. What should I do about it?
        The studio determines what codes will unlock what version of the movie. Complain to them. (Don't expect to get anywhere, although it's possible...but if everyone did this, we might see more care taken by the studios to give us consumers what we expect.)

        http://www.paramountdigitalcopy.com/...t/contact.html

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          Re: Digital copy gave me R rated version rather than Unrated version

          What would be easier for them is to just allow the user to select which digital version they want since the Digital copy price are normally the same anyway.

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            Re: Digital copy gave me R rated version rather than Unrated version

            In an IDEAL world, you'd get as a UV & iTunes digital copy a minimum of EXACTLY what is on the disc.

            If you buy the Extended, Unrated Blu-Ray, you'd get the Extended, Unrated UV/iTunes 1080P version.

            If you bought the Theatrical+Extended DVD, you'd get the Standard def UV+iTunes versions of both the Theatrical and Extended editions of the film.

            If they wished to give you MORE than that baseline, more power to them, they'd probably have happier customers who would end up purchasing more from the in the future. But they really shouldn't be giving LESS that that baseline, or the customer feels cheated on the deal and will decline to purchase stuff from the studio on the future.

            Yes?

            And, of course, it would make logical sense that "downgrades" would be included gratis. That is, if you buy the HD version, you could also view the SD version if necessary. If you buy the super awesome mega extended and booby-licious Unrated Director's Wet Dream edition, it makes sense you could watch the regular boring PG-13 rated Theatrical release too (like anybody ever watches the theatrical version; c'mon! But still, one would think it should be included.). Same premise as f2p MMO "Founder packs" where you can buy the "basic level" with 5 in-game perks or the "intermediate level" with the "basic" 5 perks + 10 additional perks or the "Super God-Mode level" with the 15 intermediate perks + 15 additional perks. So each higher tier gets all the bonuses from the lower tiers + some extra goodies.

            Just my opinion...

            ~MG

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              Re: Digital copy gave me R rated version rather than Unrated version

              Originally posted by MGmirkin View Post
              In an IDEAL world, you'd get as a UV & iTunes digital copy a minimum of EXACTLY what is on the disc.

              If you buy the Extended, Unrated Blu-Ray, you'd get the Extended, Unrated UV/iTunes 1080P version.

              If you bought the Theatrical+Extended DVD, you'd get the Standard def UV+iTunes versions of both the Theatrical and Extended editions of the film.

              If they wished to give you MORE than that baseline, more power to them, they'd probably have happier customers who would end up purchasing more from the in the future. But they really shouldn't be giving LESS that that baseline, or the customer feels cheated on the deal and will decline to purchase stuff from the studio on the future.

              Yes?

              And, of course, it would make logical sense that "downgrades" would be included gratis. That is, if you buy the HD version, you could also view the SD version if necessary. If you buy the super awesome mega extended and booby-licious Unrated Director's Wet Dream edition, it makes sense you could watch the regular boring PG-13 rated Theatrical release too (like anybody ever watches the theatrical version; c'mon! But still, one would think it should be included.). Same premise as f2p MMO "Founder packs" where you can buy the "basic level" with 5 in-game perks or the "intermediate level" with the "basic" 5 perks + 10 additional perks or the "Super God-Mode level" with the 15 intermediate perks + 15 additional perks. So each higher tier gets all the bonuses from the lower tiers + some extra goodies.

              Just my opinion...

              ~MG
              There's a thread on another website that says the exact opposite of what you just said I guess there are still people out there who have no desire to see the extended versions that are being "forced" on them. To each their own I guess. I like the extended versions.

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