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From businessofcinema.com, seven scenes that were cut by the censorboard of India are: All the cuss words have been muted. The triple headshot scene has been deleted during the car chase fighting scene. Because it shows violence. All the nud* and love scenes have been deleted and some have been shortened. Hand cutting and gushing of blood of ...


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I'm going to say you and your friend remembered this from something else. In none of the Bourne releases does the scene you mention seem to exist. I found a great review detailing what was on the Bourne Identity DVD release, including deleted scenes, and it's certainly not mentioned there. Cinema Blend cover what was released on the "Extended Edition" ...


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The main theatrical release of Deadpool in the U.S. was targeted to be Rated R by the MPAA. It's been said that it pushes the boundaries of what's allowed to be Rated R. The actor T.J. Miller, who plays Weasel in the film, has already confirmed that there will be an unrated cut for home release: Twitter user by the name of James (From Essex) uploaded a ...


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Not sure if this is what you're looking for, but the easiest thing might be to go all the way back to VHS. As you rightly say (and to lift from Wikipedia) there are many versions of the film: The video was a hit in the United States...Highlander was first released to DVD in the United States in 1997, in a "10th Anniversary Edition" Director's Cut that ...


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The only sensible answer is "sometimes". Where movies are particularly popular or well received then studios sometimes release special versions to extend the cinema run (knowing that the extra expense is worth it). For example, David Fincher's dark nightmare Seven which is particularly notable for its very dark (or chiaroscuro) cinematography proved ...



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