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Coolest-Looking Non-Region 1 DVDs/Boxsets

Old 09-06-04, 09:25 PM
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Other places also, but I think Amazon is the cheapest.
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Old 09-10-04, 02:44 PM
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Originally posted by jdslater

Its the region 2 Italian "MexiCollection".
Does anyone by chance have a link for this or is it oop? I tried several of the Italian retailers posted on the AutumnNights thread but none of them have it. I'd like to snag one if possible.
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Now, with Harry Knowles Commentary... fun for the whole family!
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Old 09-19-04, 04:08 AM
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Aside from being from a different region (can be dealt with), are any of you concerned with the censorship from international DVD's? I'd love to get foreign versions of some of my favorite films but not if everything is going to be bleeped out. Also, what languages are they in? If I get an American film from Korea, is the English the original English or is it dubbed from a Korean voiceover?
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The only Korean movies that are dubbed in Korean are kids movies, like Finding Nemo. However, you always get the original language, whatever it might be. I've never seen a Korean DVD dubbed exclusively in Korean when it was made elsewhere.

As for censorship, I'm not too worried. Most movies go through here with no problem. Some Korean cinemas even showed Fat Girl uncut and uncensored, which is weird because they don't usually show full frontal.

Anyway, dvdcompare is a good site for checking for cuts and other things.

I'm not concerned with any of those problems. I know enough not to get screwed.
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Old 09-19-04, 10:04 PM
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Originally posted by DrGerbil
Now, with Harry Knowles Commentary... fun for the whole family!
[obligatory pointless fat joke]He recorded an audio commentary? How can you tell what he's saying with all those hot dogs and Twinkies in his mouth?[/obligatory pointless fat joke]
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Splitting/closing thread. Continues in part two: http://www.dvdtalk.com/forum/showthr...hreadid=392401
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