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"Disturbing Behavior"- If you own it, watch a certain scene (cussing soda cans!)

Old 01-25-04, 05:54 PM
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"Disturbing Behavior"- If you own it, watch a certain scene (cussing soda cans!)

I think this movie is pretty stupid, but if you own it, watch a certain part. The scene where Steve and Rachel escape from the hypnosis/mind control lab, or at least are trying to. They come face to face with 'Chug', who is at the vending machine holding a soda can. When he opens the soda up, the soda can clearly speaks the word "****"(<---The "F" word). I'm not kidding. Don't believe me? Watch the scene and report back. I need to hear other people's reaction to this.
Old 01-25-04, 06:14 PM
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The scene occurs at 01:09:43 (Chapter 32).

The can does not say the "f" word. It sounds like a normal can that when opened.
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I'd listen closer then. I've already confirmed this with quite a few people on other message boards.
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I thought something was up when, while watching this on commercial cable, the can said "Fudge" with the voice of the guy who does car commercials.
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Funny.
Old 01-26-04, 12:44 AM
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The sad thing is, the can gave the best line read in that turd of a movie.
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Actually, you're probably right!

The director tried to blame the producer's for chopping up and ruining his movie, but his director's cut on the DVD sucks as well.

I actually talked to one of the producer's and this is what she said:
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The original script by Scott Rosenberg was one of the best script she had ever read. It was wonderful. David Nutter is a hack. He can't direct. He ruined the movie.
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Ouch!
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This is the movie with James Marsden, right? There's a director's cut available?
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The DVD includes all the scenes from Nutters "director's cut" and it tells where in the film they go. I have a friend who edited it all together on a VHS into a full length feature, and it still sucked just as bad. I lay the blame on Nutter. I don't like the look and feel of his direction. Bland.
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The director's cut was aired on Sci-Fi in widescreen. Since the theatrical cut was 84 minutes, Sci-Fi took out all the naughty language and nudity, and then added in the scenes from the "director's origional version."

I'm a fan of Disturbing Behavior, not a great film by any means, but it's a fun little b-horror film. While I do prefer the director's cut, I can still watch the theatrical cut.

I don't have any blame with Nutter, he's a good television director. Too bad he couldn't do well with the film (thus going back to television). He tried the best with what he could do with a shitty script from a shitty writer (Scott Rosenberg should rot in hell for a majority of the films he's written... *cough* Kangaroo Jack *cough* Gone In Sixty Seconds *cough* Impostor *cough*, but I do like Beautiful Girls and Con Air, but I'll say that's beginner's luck) and a bunch of producers who've produced a lot of shit. No wonder why said female producer said it was the best script she's ever read.

But if I really want to see a movie in which people turn into robots, I'll put in The Stepford Wives.
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Darn. I actually like this film and washoping a director's cut was made with the footage featuredin the deleted scenes (sans the sex scene which I found out ofplace and wisely cut). Like Matthew Chmiel says, it's not great but fun.

Plus it has a cool Shirley Walker score.

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