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Postby John VanSickle » Sat Jun 13, 2009 3:43 am

See it.
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Re: Up

Postby sascha » Thu Jun 25, 2009 9:25 am

I'd love to, but "Der deutschsprachige Kinostart ist vorgesehen für den 24. September 2009", and of course we also have to wait that long to see the original version in a cinema around here :roll:
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Re: Up

Postby dcuny » Thu Aug 20, 2009 12:44 am

Just when I despaired of ever being able to go to the theater and see a Pixar film (instead of waiting for the video), my cable provider gave out free movie tickets to Up as part of their "customer appreciation day".

I took all the kids, and we enjoyed it a lot. My oldest boy said it was his favorite Pixar film so far.
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Re: Up

Postby sascha » Sat Aug 22, 2009 9:26 pm

Yes, rub salt into my wounds :-)
"Der deutschsprachige Kinostart ist vorgesehen für den 24. September 2009"
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Re: Up

Postby John VanSickle » Mon Aug 24, 2009 12:50 am

sascha wrote:Yes, rub salt into my wounds :-)
"Der deutschsprachige Kinostart ist vorgesehen für den 24. September 2009"

Das ist dein Problem.
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Re: Up

Postby dcuny » Mon Aug 24, 2009 5:00 am

John VanSickle wrote:Das ist dein Problem.

Or is it deine problem?

I pretty much flunked out of German, can you tell? :P
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Re: Up

Postby sascha » Mon Aug 24, 2009 10:35 am

Das ist dein Problem is correct :)
The funny thing about it (starting movies half a year later) is that they still install and use these fancy anti-pirating machinery in the theaters (I don't know, surveillance cameras, infrared beams, personal search etc. to stop people from filming the silver-screen.) I mean, by that time you could easily download a Blu-ray rip of the very same movie...

Pixar even seems to re-render parts of their movies for the international versions - if there is English text visible anywhere they replace it with e.g. French or German text. Blu-Ray disks seem to store all of these versions, so if you watch the film in English, you'll get the English video frames too, but on DVDs this can be quite annoying when you watch it in English and suddenly e.g. computer displays in the movie show German text...
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