Terminator 3 DVD -Interesting Observation

Discussion in 'DVD' started by Chas_Michael, Nov 11, 2003.

  1. Chas_Michael

    Chas_Michael Second Unit

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    Shudder the thought...but, I veiwed T3 in Full Frame! I noticed a notable difference in the opening scene. Full Frontal Nudity! I'm wondering if the Actress is told that her Breasts will be in full veiw ONLY in the Full Frame DVD? The Widescreen only shows much less nudity from behind and at far distance(while walking towards the car). In the Full Frame her breasts are fully exposed in this scene also. What are your thoughts on this.
     
  2. Michael Qualen

    Michael Qualen Stunt Coordinator

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    Sounds good to me...anything to improve the movie [​IMG]

    (Could U post a screenshot perhaps ? It would have to be one nice set of breasts for me to buy fullscreen [​IMG] )
     
  3. Chas_Michael

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    Sorry Michael, I am unable to post a screen shot[​IMG] Maybe someone here can find a friend who has a Full Screen Copy and post a shot! I'd say they're small/medium...a sexy woman indeed!
     
  4. Michael Qualen

    Michael Qualen Stunt Coordinator

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    -Homer mode ON-

    *Uhmmm...sexy woman/killingmachine with insanely hard body*

    -Homer mode OFF-
     
  5. Shawn Sefranek

    Shawn Sefranek Second Unit

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    [​IMG]
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  6. Thomas H G

    Thomas H G Screenwriter

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    Man and to think I had accidently picked up a Full Frame dvd yesterday too. IF this thread would of existed before then, I may have decided to keep it.

    [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  7. Matt Pelham

    Matt Pelham Screenwriter

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    What the....why would they crop out the best parts in the widescreen version?

    NOOOOO!
     
  9. John Ford

    John Ford Guest

    [conspiracy mode on] perhaps this is an attempt by the Blockbuster/Wal-mart underground to convince buyers that mar discs are a better buy. [conspiracy mode off]
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    johnf
     
  10. WillG

    WillG Producer

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    Well you can't argue with some people's complaints about Super35 in this case
     
  11. Mark Bendiksen

    Mark Bendiksen Screenwriter

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    Auggh...the devil is trying to tempt me to give up this whole OAR thing. It won't work, I tell ya! It won't work!!!! [​IMG]
     
  12. Greg_C_T

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    I'm not sure I'd call that "full frontal nudity" (you can't see anything, really), but it is strange they would frame it that way!
     
  13. Haden

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    That shot with her breasts partially covered by her hair was even shown in some movie trailers.
     
  14. Travis_W

    Travis_W Supporting Actor

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    So fullscreen mongers get everything we do PLUS more? That's BS. It's not this way in every case is it?
     
  15. James Lambert

    James Lambert Stunt Coordinator

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    Is this really real? I've never seen a shot where the widescreen is so radically different from the full frame, with it being cropped radically at the sides as well as top and bottom (just realised I used Radically twice in one sentance, 3 times Damn). Does anybody have any other examples of when this has been done? This certainly makes it harder to suggest widescreen to friends as it's impossible to argue against THAT shot. I have seen it for censorship issues in the UK when Realm of the Senses was zoomed in to remove an offending moment, but I can't see that being the case with T3.

    Certainly no full frontal nudity (not wanting to reduce the tone too much, but will), as it's no worse than something in FHM or Maxim.[​IMG]
     
  16. Haden

    Haden Supporting Actor

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    Is that screencap legit though? I want to see real screencaps taken from both the fullscreen DVD and widescreen DVD to compare. Not a VCD or any other media, as the screencap above implies.
     
  17. Garry Cowell

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    Just for the record, it doesn't matter that you can see more in the full screen transfer. The widescreen is what the director intended.
     
  19. Mike_S

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    After viewing these very 'revealing' screenshots, all I can say is... FULLFRAME rules dude!
     
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