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Old 01-25-2013, 09:43 PM   #101
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So how is the AQ & PQ of the Canadian Release??? we are debating on which version... might just pick up both!

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Old 01-26-2013, 06:35 AM   #102
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So how is the AQ & PQ of the Canadian Release??? we are debating on which version... might just pick up both!

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Old 01-27-2013, 08:55 AM   #103
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I am disappointed the US cut is censored. You would think with everything going unrated on home video releases this kinda thing would be unheard of by now. Anyways, placed my order for the Canadian release. I have to have this uncensored. Thank You Canada!...and EONE!
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Old 01-27-2013, 11:34 AM   #104
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also want it, where to order the CA version? thanks

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Old 01-27-2013, 03:06 PM   #105
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Old 01-27-2013, 05:39 PM   #106
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I doubt being uncensored will do much to save this film. How many seconds did Van Damme appear for? Maybe 3 minutes? And then he was covered in makeup like a clown. This script should not have been used for the Universal Soldier franchise. It really ruined it for me.
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5/5 on both snoman
Thanks kdawq... probably going to end up with both copies hahaa.

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Old 01-28-2013, 01:42 AM   #108
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I just finished watching this. Really liked it. My only complaint was the slow then rapid motion in some of the action sequences. Really took me out of the scenes and quite frankly ruined the sequences.
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Old 01-29-2013, 03:26 PM   #109
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USA Unrated Version Available at Wal-Mart?

Hey I have seen multiple posts about people ordering from Canada to get unrated version but just noticed this on Walmart.com not sure if it is a typo or not, but this also lists inclusion of an Ultraviolet Copy which I don't believe is available elsewhere.

If anyone does pick this up and wants to sell me your unused US digital copy let PM me I will pay $4 for it.



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Old 02-06-2013, 02:52 PM   #110
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The German 3D Blu-ray is GREAT! Plays fine on the PS3, and though the package makes no reference to a 2D version being included, it definitely is, along with a domestic and a foreign trailer, as well as cast and crew interviews. The best part is discovering that its already no longer available for purchase at Amazon.de; apparently it was a limited edition that's already entirely sold out. I don't remember it mentioning that when I bought it at DTM.at, so that makes the purchase even sweeter...'cuz I almost missed it!
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Old 02-06-2013, 02:59 PM   #111
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I bought the CA version based on all the comments here. Disappointed that all extras from US release (commentary, documentary) are missing. The movie itself is enjoyable, tho maybe 30mins too long. Nice to see Scott Adkins actually act a bit. Regeneration was better IMO.
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I bought the CA version based on all the comments here. Disappointed that all extras from US release (commentary, documentary) are missing. The movie itself is enjoyable, tho maybe 30mins too long. Nice to see Scott Adkins actually act a bit. Regeneration was better IMO.
While I haven't seen the film yet myself, I can't imagine cutting 30 minutes would be a good thing (unless you are talking a 3hr+ movie)! You really would prefer this to have been under an hour and a half.
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Old 02-06-2013, 03:59 PM   #113
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Dont know if this has been posted but this will be available as a steelbook in the UK.
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Old 02-06-2013, 05:58 PM   #114
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While I haven't seen the film yet myself, I can't imagine cutting 30 minutes would be a good thing (unless you are talking a 3hr+ movie)! You really would prefer this to have been under an hour and a half.
I appreciate an action film with a plot but Day of Reckoning is unnecessarily overplotted and the beginning drags so much ass. trimming 30mins would bring it to just under/around 90mins, which is all it needs.
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Old 02-21-2013, 02:08 PM   #115
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I thought US: Regeneration was a pretty decent if not particularly memorable lower-budget action flick, but Day of Reckoning IMO destroys it in terms of being a much more interesting and edgy film. Despite what the advertising would like you to think, Scott Adkins is the lead in the film, with JCVD and Dolph Lundgren essentially playing extended cameos. But this is all for the better. Adkins has incredible action chops (check out his blistering extended scrap with Andrei Arlovski, another repeat for this series) and even manages to convey a certain amount of pathos for his character. I can't speak about the other stars for fear of giving out spoilers but I found both the aging veterans a delight, especially JCVD's is-it-funny-or-just-plain-insane rip on
[Show spoiler]Marlon Brando in Apocalypse Now
. The inspirations are not hard to spot, but it is still refreshing to see a primarily DTV venture tackling ideas normally considered out of its sphere. In a way the film is even a meta-physical rumination on the B-budget action genre. The screenplay and direction are brilliant. To me this film is better than any of the big league comic book franchise films peddled at regular intervals by the major studios. It has ambitious ideas, incorporating such influences as Philip K Dick and Heart of Darkness, and executes them solidly within the framework of an action film.
Which is not to say that there is any skimp on what the paying public have come to see. If anything the unrated version of the film showcases some of the most brutal onscreen displays of combat - "Holy shit" doesn't begin to cover it.

I definitely have to get this on blu-ray. Sadly there's no single win-win version. The US release from Sony contains a feature commentary and a huge behind-the-scenes making of, but provides only the R-rated version, which is significantly toned down from the unrated cut. Studio Canal's UK blu-ray provides the unrated version, but contains only a few short interview bytes. Damn, I hate when this happens.

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I definitely have to get this on blu-ray. Sadly there's no single win-win version. The US release from Sony contains a feature commentary and a huge behind-the-scenes making of, but provides only the R-rated version, which is significantly toned down from the unrated cut. Studio Canal's UK blu-ray provides the unrated version, but contains only a few short interview bytes. Damn, I hate when this happens.
That's why I bought both; I got the 3D German unrated edition when it was first released (and I'm sure glad I did, because it appears to have gone OOP about five seconds after it came out), then about a year later, picked up the U.S. edition when it was on a great sale for $5.99.
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