Which deleted scenes shouldn't have been deleted?

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Which deleted scenes shouldn't have been deleted?

#1 Post by Impman » 28 Sep 2006, 03:43

Just wondering what film you think should have had included in them any of the deleted scenes seen on the DVD. I have seen a few films and thought "Why didn't they include that in the actual film? It would hav explained things better"

So are there any deleted scenes from a movie that you think should never have been on the cutting room floor.

I haven't put my own down yet as I am still compiling a list.

Would be nice to hear your views.
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#2 Post by snotball » 28 Sep 2006, 03:59

The ones from Enduring Love.
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#3 Post by Steel Frog » 28 Sep 2006, 08:03

The ones in which there is large and obvious vegetation.

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Re: Which deleted scenes shouldn't have been deleted?

#4 Post by Fat Head » 28 Sep 2006, 08:18

Impman wrote:Just wondering what film you think should have had included in them any of the deleted scenes seen on the DVD. I have seen a few films and thought "Why didn't they include that in the actual film? It would hav explained things better"

So are there any deleted scenes from a movie that you think should never have been on the cutting room floor.

I haven't put my own down yet as I am still compiling a list.

Would be nice to hear your views.



Only one i can think of "Good Bye Lenin!" the film is based in 1990 just after the wall comes down, one of the guys is wearing a matrix t shirt.....which makes no sense at all until you see the deleted scenes on DVD

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#5 Post by Impman » 28 Sep 2006, 23:34

If it makes no sense then why keep it in the film? See that is my point, a lot of these deleted scenes are integral to the movie. OK some like the long monalogues mean nothing. But I have seen deleted scenes that would have been great. Take the extended 'flying car' scene from Men in Black for instance.
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#6 Post by RABID-WORM » 19 Oct 2006, 11:57

One scene that was hilarious was in Scary Movie 2. When Torri Spelling is freshening up for the ghost and waxes her..... "lips".
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#7 Post by JJ » 19 Oct 2006, 13:41

Which non-deleted thread should have been deleted?
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#8 Post by bratzks » 19 Oct 2006, 14:54

JJ wrote:Which non-deleted thread should have been deleted?

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#9 Post by bdude » 19 Oct 2006, 15:24

That scene in the first Alien movie when the guy was in that pod thing shouldnt have been deleted.
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#10 Post by sldawgs » 19 Oct 2006, 17:21

You know, the one, when the guy, that was in the movie, did the thing, yeah, that was awesome!
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#11 Post by alan smithee » 19 Oct 2006, 17:43

sldawgs wrote:You know, the one, when the guy, that was in the movie, did the thing, yeah, that was awesome!

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#12 Post by Agrajag » 20 Oct 2006, 13:56

alan smithee wrote:
sldawgs wrote:You know, the one, when the guy, that was in the movie, did the thing, yeah, that was awesome!

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#13 Post by Swatchie » 23 Oct 2006, 11:27

all the scenes from GoldMember. They were great !

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#14 Post by Middle » 02 Nov 2006, 06:51

Not sure if these shouldn't have been deleted, but this was a nice thing I found posted on IMDB a couple of weeks ago:
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#15 Post by Gren » 07 Nov 2006, 13:01

Yes, I think so :)

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#16 Post by Middle » 08 Nov 2006, 03:01

Gren wrote:It's been a while but last post in every forum, woohoo!


Had that yesterday too...
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