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Not Another Teen Movie (Unrated Director's Cut) - July 26th, 2005


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#1 of 44 Scott Temple

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Posted May 16 2005 - 01:11 AM

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The DVD that's out right now is excellent, but I'll be buying this new one too. I guess they'll be taking the deleted scenes on the existing disc and editing them back into the film? I wonder if it will include any new footage that's not on the current disc at all? Regardless, I think this film is a 10 on the laugh-o-meter. There are so many gags you really have to keep focused to catch them all. The "Breakfast Club" scene is hilarious.
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#2 of 44 Dave_P.

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Posted May 16 2005 - 01:47 AM

Hmmm...this could be interesting, but it would suck if they just edited the deleted scenes back in the movie. I'm hoping for some new unseen footage.

#3 of 44 WillG

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Posted May 16 2005 - 03:49 AM

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but it would suck if they just edited the deleted scenes back in the movie. I'm hoping for some new unseen footage.


I suspect that is probably going to be what it is, the current disc has a pretty extensive collection of deleted scenes (including some that contain extra nudity which is probably where the "unrated" will come in.) But we'll see. I'm sure, as far as I'm concerned, that it probably won't merit a double dip.

Frankly, I'm surpried the "Love Me!!" part got past the MPAA as you can definately catch a glimpse of the girl's "organs" if you look close enough. I think somebody even alluded to it in one of the commentaries.
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#4 of 44 Inspector Hammer!

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Posted May 16 2005 - 07:19 AM

Jeez, how much raunchier can this film get!? Posted Image

I'm a huge supporter of this film, most people call it pure trash, however that couldn't be further from the truth. It's packed to the gills with countless jokes and referrances to past films and it takes many viewings to catch them all!

The film is actually brilliant comedy in this respect. I'm on it when this comes out.

BTW, whatever happened to Chyler Liegh? She was so hot in this film.
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#5 of 44 Ravi K

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Posted May 16 2005 - 08:04 AM

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The film is actually brilliant comedy in this respect. I'm on it when this comes out.

The film has some very funny comedy but it also has stupid stuff in it like the toilet scene. Definitely worth at least one viewing.
 

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Posted May 16 2005 - 08:50 AM

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Definitely worth at least one viewing.

Not if you want to catch every single solitary joke that is scattered throughout the film. Everytime i've watch it I noticed something or caught on to something I hadn't before.

The film is a virtual decathlon of 80's and 90's teen movie pop culture that just hurdles along from one joke to the next, challenging even the most astute of film fans.

Yeah, the toilet scene is gross, but I still laughed in spite of myself. Posted Image
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#7 of 44 Matt Harrison

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Posted May 17 2005 - 01:35 AM

I thought this film was hilarious.

" I love following Janey to the mall and those little hairballs "

What can I say, im easily amused.

#8 of 44 Scott Temple

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Posted May 17 2005 - 11:44 AM

"All I said was 'I'm pretending to whisper a big secret in your ear so that Jake here thinks I'm telling you a big secret, which will cause him to break into a hysterical confession where he actually reveals a big secret. Thus confirming everything I just whispered in your ear.'"
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#9 of 44 RobertW

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Posted May 17 2005 - 02:08 PM

man, lacey chabert grew up nice. :b

#10 of 44 Eric Emma

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Posted May 18 2005 - 03:38 AM

I think I'll wait for the WOM on this to see if it's just studio marketing or if it's really worth a gander.

#11 of 44 Scott Temple

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Posted May 18 2005 - 04:35 AM

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man, lacey chabert grew up nice.


Oh yeah! Posted Image Lacey's the main reason I saw Mean Girls three times in the theater. Of course, the other four ladies (Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried, and Lizzy Caplan) definitely helped too. I even bought the official Mean Girls poster, had it framed, and hanged it on my bedroom wall - along with several 8x10 photos of Lacey and Mean Girls images that I printed from the internet. It's amazing how much Lacey Chabert looked like Jennifer Love Hewitt (whom I also love Posted Image ) in Not Another Teen Movie. They could definitely pass for sisters.
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#12 of 44 RobertW

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Posted May 18 2005 - 12:12 PM

and in that pic. you and i have similar tastes.

unfortunately, i'm old enough to be their dad.

#13 of 44 Chris Bergmann

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Posted May 21 2005 - 04:28 AM

amazon.com says that the Director's Cut will me 101 minutes - that's 12 minutes more than the Theatrical Cut.

#14 of 44 Andrew Radke

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Posted May 21 2005 - 05:18 AM

Well I never got around to getting the existing release, so I'll be picking this up in a heartbeat. Looking forward to seeing all the deleted material.
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#15 of 44 Jason Hughes

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Posted May 21 2005 - 05:56 AM

If I recall, the current version has quite a large number of deleted scenes. I'll also wait for WOM on this one, if the extra footage is new (and funny), I'll buy it at some point. If they are just inserting deleted scenes, then forget it. Some of them were pretty good, but just fine as a supplement and not part of the movie.
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#16 of 44 Chris Bergmann

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Posted May 22 2005 - 01:09 AM

http://www.dvdtimes....contentid=57189

What I don't get is how the old commentary can be included with the new cut.

Either there will be complete silence for those 11 minutes or they already had this cut when they recorded the commentary and edited it for the first release - like Fox did for 'Club Dread'.

DVDTimes also mentions that the old deleted scenes will be on the new DVD, which should mean that the new footage will not consist of those scenes.

#17 of 44 Scott Temple

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Posted May 23 2005 - 03:08 PM

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DVDTimes also mentions that the old deleted scenes will be on the new DVD, which should mean that the new footage will not consist of those scenes.


That would be awesome. I'll be buying it regardless though. I love the film enough and even if it is just the deleted scenes on the current disc edited back in, it will be worth it for me just to have the option to watch the film with those scenes added back in. Hopefully, it will be 11 minutes of all-new (never before seen) footage though. I'm wondering why it took so long to get an unrated edition of this. The current disc was released over 3 years ago, in late April 2002. 3 years!?!?! You're right about that commentary track. If they are indeed using the old commentary on this new unrated cut either they had the unrated cut & commentary recorded in 2001-2002 and simply edited it for the R-rated Theatrical DVD or there will be silence for those 11 minutes.
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#18 of 44 StevenJ

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Posted May 24 2005 - 07:02 AM

I think this is just plain stupid! It seems that every movie out there that was R or PG-13 in the theaters is now getting an unrated version. It's getting kind of annoying!

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Posted May 24 2005 - 08:09 AM

So Scott, I guess you're a Lacey Chabert fan? Posted Image

This was just on Comedy Central again the other day. It stands up to repeat viewing, especially for those of us who remember all the older films that it spoofs. Posted Image I will definitely be reviewing this one (assuming I can get a screener)!
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#20 of 44 David Galindo

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Posted May 24 2005 - 11:29 AM

Interesting...new scenes eh? Glad I didnt pick this one up yet...will definitely check this one out!


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