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Just how "unrated" is the unrated version of Old School?

Old 06-09-03, 06:59 AM
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Originally posted by Mittman
We can only pray that the extra footage contains more Elisha Cuthbert
Same here, what did we get in the R rated version?
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Also, doesn't the "R" rated version only come in full screen?
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I'm confused here a bit...is there a commentary with the main three guys on this disc?
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Originally posted by PJsig08
I'm confused here a bit...is there a commentary with the main three guys on this disc?
Yes - Ferrell, Wilson, Vaughn and the director.
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No insert???
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Originally posted by Bostnbound
I hate all of these "Unrated" titles just to sell more titles to horny youths. Some others that come to mind are Saving Silverman, American Pie and Van Wilder. The 1 minute extra makes little difference to any of these movies.
The unrated Saving Silverman had a lot of changes from the PG-13 version.

Yeah and I second the "No Insert?"
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Originally posted by Julie Walker
Your kidding right?

It doesn't matter how tame the unrated version is. They will not carry it. Just look at the last few rated & unrated releases. Thet carried the rated versions only. WM sucks big time!

Now another reason to get the unrated version(other than it being uncut) is the R version is in P&S only from what was reported awhile back. So only a moron would go for the R rated version!
they had the unrated at the walmarts here in vancouver/coquitlam/bc/canada.
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So others are missing their inserts too? I was wondering because I got mine from freedvds.com and it was my first DVD through them. Wasn't too upset by it when I noticed it didn't have an insert, but I figured it was a freedvds.com thing.
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Originally posted by badger1997
So others are missing their inserts too?
I don't think there's an insert to miss.
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Originally posted by ctyner
I don't think there's an insert to miss.
I bought the unrated widescreen from Best Buy and no insert was included.
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Originally posted by meiso
they had the unrated at the walmarts here in vancouver/coquitlam/bc/canada.
Yes, the Canadian Walmarts don't p***y out like the US ones do (thats why they still carry Maxim, etc. magazines too).
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Originally posted by [email protected]
I bought the unrated widescreen from Best Buy and no insert was included.
I'm sure you didn't find one. What I meant by my previous post is that I don't think anyone got an insert. As far as I can tell, one was not created for this release.
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I bought the unrated widescreen at CC, no insert either, but there was a white card with a security sticker. I guess that doesn't count.
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Frankly the whole worrying about no inserts is stupid. It does'nt have a insert..so what,move on


Anyway Target has a ripoff scam on the film. They actually had both versions. Yet the P&S versions were on sale for $15,while the unrated WS version was $20!
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Bought it blind and glad I did. The scene with the wedding singer had me rolling.
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No insert, but damn, that DVD cover art is the best i've ever seen!
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How's the commentary?
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Originally posted by MasterCXtreme
No insert, but damn, that DVD cover art is the best i've ever seen!
It is? Or is there something on the inside?
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Originally posted by PJsig08
How's the commentary?
I may start a thread just to talk about the commentary & how F'N PHENOMENAL this DVD is.


The commentary ranks in the top 2-3 funniest I've ever heard. It's Farrel, Vaughan, Wilson, & the director & the 3 guys are extremely witty & just play off of each other as if they've known each other their entire lives.

Also the Inside the Actor's Studio parody alone is one of the funniest things I've ever watched on DVD.

Bravo for this DVD release.
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Originally posted by Julie Walker
Frankly the whole worrying about no inserts is stupid. It does'nt have a insert..so what,move on


Anyway Target has a ripoff scam on the film. They actually had both versions. Yet the P&S versions were on sale for $15,while the unrated WS version was $20!
Not at my Target. Got UR, WS edition for $15.99...

Also, I listened to some of the commentary. I'll eventually finish it.
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When I picked up my copy at Best Buy they had but the price tag just over the "UN" in unrated so you didn't know if you were getting the unrated or not.
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Question for all of you.

I picked up the wonderful Unrated version, and was a little miffed about there being no insert. I got over that, realizing that this disc is packed and who cares about a piece of cardboard anyways. I popped in the dvd, looked at the case, and thought, "Awards and Nominations, did we win anything?" sounded pretty funny. So I looked for it, and looked for it, and didn't find it. Not only that, but the "Welcome to Old School, Now get Undressed" feature doesn't seem to be there either, though I did find the *insert saracasm* wonderful *close sarcasm* Snoop video. Am I just overlooking these two features on the menus, or are they really missing?
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I haven't gone through all the features, but when I went to the section in Special Features that said: Trailers, Promo's, TV Spots, etc. I Can't remember the exact title. But there was a running joke that the movie was a huge award winner throughout a few of them.
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Theres also an Easter Egg on the main menu, and the setup menu. Basically in the same place. See if you can find em!
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It'd been a few months since I saw the movie theatrically, but I think the 'instruction' sequence with Andy Dick is a bit longer in the unrated version. A friend of mine who watched it with me both theatrically and on DVD thinks there was more streaking footage as well.

Unless I'm completely misremembering, I thought "Lady" at the reception was a little longer theatrically... I could've sworn the singer belted out, "You're my ****in' lady!" when I first saw it, but I didn't notice that particular line on the unrated DVD.

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