Unrated The Movie 2009 Uncut Dvdrip 19
The Dragon Ball Movie Collection contains all 4 Dragon Ball movies. It marked the "remastered" debut of Dragon Ball movies 2-4 on DVD. The first disc is recycled from the "Curse of the Blood Rubies" single release from December 2010. The only extras on this set are brief trailers for various FUNimation series. Movies 2 and 3 do not contain any redubbing, while Movie 1's English dub came from the uncut 2010 release featuring FUNimation's voice cast from Dragon Ball Z Kai. As a result, the voices for each character are very inconsistent throughout all 4 movies. This set is also notorious for its seemingly rushed approach toward English titles, credits, and music. Movies 3-4 contain no English credits whatsoever, and the title screen for Movie 2 was left in Japanese (despite an English one being made for the previous release). For the English dub, theme songs were in English for Movies 1 and 3 but were left in Japanese for Movies 2 and 4. Each movie is presented in an open matte 4:3 aspect ratio.
unrated the movie 2009 uncut dvdrip 19
Heavily criticized for its violent content, this film tells the tale of greed, deception, money, power, and murder between two mobster best friends and a trophy wife over a gambling empire. When first submitted to the MPAA, the film received an NC-17 rating due to its depictions of violence; several edits were made to reduce the rating to R. Although it was released in theaters in 1995, the movie was banned from video release in Finland in an uncut form due to its violent content until 2001. Despite the criticism, Casino received many nominations and awards and is still lauded as one of the best gangster movies ever made.
This historical horror drama has got it all: priests, possession, and a sexually repressed nun all in the context of a true story. The film is based on the execution of a 17th-century Roman Catholic priest based on accusations of witchcraft and possession. The movie received an X rating in both the United States and UK based on the disturbingly violent, sexual, and religious content, and has never been released in its uncut form in many countries.
The fact that this low-budget slasher thriller was even loosely based on a real small-town American murderer and body snatcher fueled the fire of controversy upon its initial release in 1974. The film was originally rated X due to the gore and violence, and the director cut scenes to gain an R rating. However, at least one distributor restored the offensive material and the entire uncut version was shown. The public reaction to the movie ranged from disgusted walkouts to threats of arrest on morality charges to theater owners. The notoriety was so great it spawned two sequels, a prequel, and a remake.
Oh, not a problem, Suhail:-) I'm just happy someone like Johnny actually took some time to put all this down in the first place and provide a forum for us to discuss it.Regarding Razor, at least it's not like your missing anything vital waiting until the end of S3, so no worries there! But just as a recap on all the stuff I posted before and in case you remember this blog before re-watching everything later on, here is my complete, preferred (though slightly altered from above) viewing order ESPECIALLY intended for re-watching and in more or less chronological order the whole way through:Caprica - entire series (as Bradley also suggested)Razor Flashbacks - the uncut and edited together sequence that are in the extras of the Razor DVDs (as Bradley also agreed with)And then the main event, BSG - The MiniseriesSeason 1 (original/recommended viewing order, as above)Season 2, but in the following order -2.01 Scattered2.02 Valley of Darkness2.03 Fragged2.04 Resistance2.05 The Farm2.06 Home, Part I2.07 Home, Part II2.08 Final Cut2.09 Flight of the Phoenix2.10 Pegasus (56 minute extended version)2.11 Resurrection Ship, Part I2.12 Resurrection Ship, Part II2.13 Epiphanies2.14 Black Market2.15 Scar2.16 Sacrifice2.17 The Captain's HandRazor (main film - not necessary to watch the flashbacks in the extras again)2.18 Downloaded2.19 Lay Down Your Burdens, Part I2.20 Lay Down Your Burdens, Part IIThe Plan (though as everyone has already noted, this suggestion is ONLY valid for re-watching - not the first viewing.)Season 3 and after - original/recommended viewing order, as aboveI would still also recommend moving "Final Cut" to just before "Scar" in the Season 2 viewing order, to be honest. But that's probably the least important and most subjective/personal of all suggestions...heh. So that aside, the tweaked episode/film/webisode sequence above I think gives us the absolute best possible view (for now) of the entire BSG universe, backstory and all...at least until we get another movie or series of webisodes out of the deal set in this universe;-)And yes, I heartily recommend watching all this a 2nd or even 3rd time once your finished with this first viewing. I'm on my 2nd and it's still quite the thrill ride, all around. Have fun! 350c69d7ab