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Initial post: Jan 2, 2009 10:27:27 AM PST
John Doe says:
when the remastered ultimate edition w/ an unrated version of "live free" hits Blu then I'll buy.

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Last edited by the author on Jan 2, 2009 8:02:43 PM PST
Brann Kelley says:
This was a big mistake they initially made with BluRays that HD-DVD didn't. Nearly every HD-DVD released was the unrated version of a movie if one existed. It's only since HD-DVD's demise that unrated BluRays have really come into their own. I'm with you, though; I won't be picking up Live Free or Die Hard till the unrated version hits. Watched my friend's SD version of it and the cut was so much better than the theatrical version. Len Wiseman didn't do a bad job trying to make a studio-friendly PG-13 cut, but it was missing that Die Hard vibe without the R rating.
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