Uncut and uncut, it's a workprint what I know and not a finished movie :)
That's what critics who only own the DVD say to justify they don't have the uncut version. They're just jealous. This is the uncut version. ;o)
Haha, well well... I think it's time for a drunken fistfight here ;)
Congrats, and count me in on the drunken fistfight.
Somehow I figured that, Patrick. LOL.
Haha. Somehow I figured you would figure that :)
But of course I'm jealous that you have the workprint! Because Death Wish 2 is a masterpiece.The last scene where Bronson is looking out over the city is really creepy. Give's me goosebumps :)
Haha, it's not a workprint! This whole thing about it being a so-called workprint is spawned by DVD buyers who needed a way to reject the thought that their precious little dvd is cut. It's a classic explanation and you always hear it when a dvd company puts out a shorter version as "fully restored & uncut". The bogus explanation is either that the uncut print is a "workprint" or that the director never "intended" a longer version and that he's actually more happy with a shorter censored version. LOL. Repeat to yourself when you go to bed tonight, Fred: "It's not a workprint and I only own a cut print of this amazing film". xD
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