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enter the blu ray,
This review is from: Enter The Dragon - 40th Anniversary Edition [Blu-ray + UV Copy] [Region Free] (Blu-ray)
ok its 40 years since enter the dragon came out and its had a bit of history here in the uk, being cut to bits by the BBFC being dubbed to sound so daft you think its a comedy, well i was real looking forward to this hoping new footage and an all new print, from masters maybe , so i looked on the bbfc site and the films not been put to them since 2001 so draw your own conclusions and the film with it "curse of the dragon" is from the 90s and had 1 release which was cut by 2min 10sec an uncut print has not been put to them for release so far as i can see, all new prints must go through bbfc before release unless its an old one thats already been cert by bbfc
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Initial post: 13 Jun 2013 14:08:16 BDT
Garry Watson says:
Enter The Dragon has been uncut on dvd and blu-ray in the UK for years.And it's soundtrack is the correct one...
In reply to an earlier post on 15 Jun 2013 13:00:03 BDT
yeah i know that, im just saying that it has not been put to the bbfc since 2001 (an uncut print) i would have thought a new print would have been used and deleted footage put back from where it was shortened for cinema you see footage cut from enter on some docos. and "curse of the dragon" has not been put to them since the 90s when it was cut, so that "curse of the dragon" on the blu ray is the cut print, unless the bbfc site is a mistake
Posted on 20 Jun 2013 01:21:58 BDT
cat man says:
The film has been remastered & looks much better than the blu rays released before. I think it looks great,don't really care much about the rest!
In reply to an earlier post on 12 Jul 2013 12:53:35 BDT
Last edited by the author on 12 Jul 2013 12:54:26 BDT
Mr. Russell C. Witheyman says:
no footage has ben re-insterted because the directors cut is this version. They already inserted a new scene when it came out on dvd years ago. Why would you just want to put back trims just for the sake of it?
In reply to an earlier post on 12 Jul 2013 13:05:00 BDT
because a lot of films were cut to make a shorter running time so they could get more thro the door in cinemas and make the studios more money or just to speed up the pace of a film IE cut out all the philosophy or so called boring bits so the action comes quicker or we see main characters sooner the usa were notorious for this with asian films as well as their own
In reply to an earlier post on 5 Sep 2013 12:35:06 BDT
MICHAEL BOSWELL says:
Yawn , there is nothing to put back in !! This is all there is unless WB decide to do a 50th in ten years and may reinstate some of the 4hrs of Henry Wong footage that has ' disappeared '
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