UNIVERSAL: The Fast and the Furious UNCUT

Jason_S

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According to the specs given by DVDfile.com, it appears that "The Fast and the Furious" was edited in order to appease the MPAA. If this is the case, then I propose that UNIVERSAL release a separate version of "The Fast and the Furious" in its original, UNEDITED, director's-cut form.
On this UNCUT version of "The Fast and the Furious", I would like to see (no, hear) a DTS track @ a full, 1509Kbps audio bit-rate in the new DTS 96/24 format. If the movie was recorded with a rear-surround channel, which I do not believe it was, please add DTS-ES Discrete 6.1.
Universal, please dedicate all of the space on a dual-layer DVD disc to ONLY these three items: 1) the UNCUT version of the film, 2) a full bit-rate, 96kHz/24-bit DTS 5.1 soundtrack, and 3) the obligatory Dolby track (preferably 2.0 surround). If I want extras I will buy the other version, and I don't have a problem buying both.
[Edited last by Jason_S on October 01, 2001 at 05:28 PM]
 

Nate Anderson

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Uh Jason...
That sounds great, but what about us poor people who would like to see the full unedited version of the film but DON'T HAVE A DTS CONVERTER YET?!!!!!!!!!!!
Are we supposed to have to make due with a lousy 2.0 Dolby soundtrack...something doesn't make sense here.
Oh yeah, and I want extras, so I DON'T have to buy more than one disc.
Thanks.
-Nate
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