EXTREME PREJUDICE, (18), Widescreen, All previous cuts waived!!

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  1. RickardL

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    Yes! Finally! Need I say more??

    EXTREME PREJUDICE classified 23 October, 2003, (18) by the BBFC,
    Widescreen, All previous cuts waived!!
    Run Time 100m 34s
     
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    Cool! Now I can retire my laser disc. [​IMG]
     
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    Hasn't this been available for months in the UK?

    I owned it. Excellent anamorphic picture. Short making of film.
     
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    Good film, a sort of tribute to Sam Peckinpah, the dvd was better than I expected, anamorphic widescreen, I think the Region 1 is full screen. The sound is only 2 channel but still effective. It even has a short making of featurette from 1987.
    The UK censors had previously cut a scene of a rat impaled on a knife, squeeking and writhing in pain on it, now it's back in the dvd for all to enjoy.[​IMG]
     
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    Strange that it got classified on the 23rd of October
    if it has been available since September 8.
    Anyway, the picture looks nice?
    I was very disappointed when the R1 wasn't widescreen.
    Two channels might do the trick, I sure love the music
    during the opening sequences when each person is introduced!
    And yes, it is very much like a Peckinpah movie.
     

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