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8 hours ago, Pob said:

Ah okay. Disney probably cut it out for Plus anyway :)

 

I don't believe so - watched them all recently, and pretty much remember myself going 'Ooh, nasty' during The First Avenger around then.

 

Also, on the subject of gore and editing, specifically in Avengers...

 

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The tip of Loki's sceptre is present on Disney+ where it was removed on Blu-ray, in the UK at least.

 

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3 hours ago, LongHairStu said:

 

I don't believe so - watched them all recently, and pretty much remember myself going 'Ooh, nasty' during The First Avenger around then.

 

Also, on the subject of gore and editing, specifically in Avengers...

 

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The tip of Loki's sceptre is present on Disney+ where it was removed on Blu-ray, in the UK at least.

 

 

First of all- what?! Why?

 

Second of all- why use spoiler tags?

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37 minutes ago, drmick said:

First of all- what?! Why?

 

The German DVD/BR had the same edit as the UK home releases:

https://www.movie-censorship.com/news.php?ID=4135

 

At the time, there was speculation that it might have been that Disney made the edit to meet Germany's film certification requirements, and submitted the same version to the BBFC.

 

(That death is not even Loki's most gruesome action in Avengers anyway - that honour goes to the offscreen implied eyeball gouging with the retina scanner gadget.)

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22 minutes ago, Nick R said:

 

The German DVD/BR had the same edit as the UK home releases:

https://www.movie-censorship.com/news.php?ID=4135

 

At the time, there was speculation that it might have been that Disney made the edit to meet Germany's film certification requirements, and submitted the same version to the BBFC.

 

(That death is not even Loki's most gruesome action in Avengers anyway - that honour goes to the offscreen implied eyeball gouging with the retina scanner gadget.)

 

Ah, the tip on one particular scene. Gotcha.

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17 hours ago, John Edward Gammell said:

They're all rated 12 and rightfully so.

 

Raiders of The Lost Ark should be your reference regarding The First Avenger, there's one particular death that's probably the most brutal in the entire MCU.


The rating is more for the use of the occasional ‘shit’, no?

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20 hours ago, Pob said:

Probably best for a Marvel topic but can’t find a general one...

 

Are most MCU films suitable for a 7 year old? Obviously every kid is different, but my son noped out of Iron Man pretty early on (the bit where he wakes up in the terrorise cave, all bloody, with his electromagnet in his chest exposed). It’s also quite sexist and adult in tone. I’m wondering if that’s just an outlier, being the first MCU film, and the rest are more kid-friendly? For example, I’d really like to watch The First Avenger with him but concerned the antics of Red Skull might be a bit much. 
 

For reference, we’ve watched all the Star Wars films together and he’s been fine with those. 


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23 hours ago, ckny said:


The rating is more for the use of the occasional ‘shit’, no?

There's stuff slipped in here and there that kids won't get, but adults will giggle at. Like the wank joke in Guardians of The Galaxy.

 

I'm also sure that Tony Stark calls a child a 'pussy' at one point in Iron Man 3.

 

Crazy guy...

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Made a list of a bunch of movies I hadn't seen yet from whats available on Disney Plus - mostly animated - and a few i hadn't watched for a long while. Slowly getting through them.

 

Mulan - surprised i never watched it before, was enjoyable enough.

Atlantis - Not bad, probably won't watch it again any time soon - came out at a weird time with Disney.

Basil Great Mouse Detective - This was the first movie i watched at the cinema. Haven't seen it for over 30 years. Enjoyable but surprisingly dark - i prefered the movies that followed this during the disney renaissance.

Herbie Love Bug - can't recall if i ever watched this one in particular but it was decent enough! Especially for a movie made in 1968.

 

Treasure Planet is probably the next one up.

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48 minutes ago, Darhkwing said:

Made a list of a bunch of movies I hadn't seen yet from whats available on Disney Plus - mostly animated - and a few i hadn't watched for a long while. Slowly getting through them.

 

Mulan - surprised i never watched it before, was enjoyable enough.

Atlantis - Not bad, probably won't watch it again any time soon - came out at a weird time with Disney.

Basil Great Mouse Detective - This was the first movie i watched at the cinema. Haven't seen it for over 30 years. Enjoyable but surprisingly dark - i prefered the movies that followed this during the disney renaissance.

Herbie Love Bug - can't recall if i ever watched this one in particular but it was decent enough! Especially for a movie made in 1968.

 

Treasure Planet is probably the next one up.

 

Have you seen The Emperor's New Groove?

 

 

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1 minute ago, Don Wiskerando said:

 

Have you seen The Emperor's New Groove?

 

 

 

I have indeed - got it on DVD. Good movie. I'm sure I've seen the sequel too.

 

Are there any of the disney sequels that are worth watching? I see most of them do (Atlantis, Mulan 2) but from my experience most Disney sequels are garbage.

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1 minute ago, Don Wiskerando said:

Yeah.  Most (all?) Disney animated sequels are straight-to-home cash ins, often with different actors.   For instance Eddie Murphy did not return for Mulan 2.

 

I think they use them as work experience for new animators.

 

Yeah i assumed that to be the case - ill skip the sequels then! 

 

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I think... and this is very very loose... that I was told one of the Aladdin sequels and one of the Lion King sequels were "okay" compared to the usual standard... not massive praise in fairness.

 

A slight tangent but my 4yo is really getting into Lion Guard (the Lion King series) at the moment.

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7 minutes ago, FiveFootNinja said:

I think... and this is very very loose... that I was told one of the Aladdin sequels and one of the Lion King sequels were "okay" compared to the usual standard... not massive praise in fairness.

 

A slight tangent but my 4yo is really getting into Lion Guard (the Lion King series) at the moment.

 

The Aladdin sequels were decent, haven't watched them for a long time. Only watched Lion King 1 1/2, was alright.

 

Heard good things about Lion Guard, i just want (new) Duck Tales S2.

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The Lion King 2 is actually not bad either. It's not as good as the original obviously, but it's definitely a decent watch.

 

It's Romeo and Juliet with lions, similar to how the original was Hamlet with lions.

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