American Pie: Ultimate Edition

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  1. Tom-G

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    Which version of American Pie is on the Ultimate Edition? Is it the theatrical version, or the unrated director's cut that was on the Special Edition? The search function was down, so I will greatly appreciate any information you can provide.
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  2. MaxY

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    The one sitting on my desk getting ready to mail out is the Unrated version but they mave have done the UE in both as well.
    I saw a guy looking it over in Best Buy the other day and then he got all excited because it also contains a 4x3 non widescreen version. [​IMG]
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    Tom,
    The cover of the unrated version of the Ultimate Edition has the three girls holding a pie. The R-rated version has a group picture of several of the characters.
     
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    There are two seperate versions of the U.E as well as the previous editions.
    It's worth it if you want to replace the old theatrical cut.
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    Max, Ken and Nate,
    Thank you all for the information! I assumed that Ultimate Edition had both versions on it, but obviously I was wrong.
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    Just to clear things up, there are TWO releases out there (original and Ultimate Edition) and each of these releases has TWO disc buying options, either rated or unrated.
    Original Release:
    - Rated Disc
    - Unrated Disc
    UE:
    - Rated Disc
    - Unrated Disc
    So, if you were a REALLY big fan of the movie and wanted every DVD release available, you'd have FOUR copies on your shelf.
    -Nathan the Newbie
     

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