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Seraphim Lazarev
Seraphim Lazarev

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I have not seen THE HUNGER GAMES, but I believe in principle that the re-cutting that has taken place here and in other films are an entirely valid part of the film-making process. In the case of large-scale movie production, it's unnecessary - foolhardy, even - to treat art and commerce as antitheses of each other. Yes, artistic integrity is important, but so is the obligation of the key crew to see that the millions of budget dollars are being used responsibly. In this way, I equate the marketing and classification decisions with any other of the hundreds of choices involved, in that it must be made carefully and with the project's original intent kept in close consideration. Whether this has all be done correctly can only be judged by viewing the film itself.

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I don't see how this can be described as censorship, or even self censorship. Is there not a good chance we are going to see the full uncut versions of these films in a couple of months on DVD anyway? We should at least be grateful that the BBFC is open and honest about the process and what and why they have cut.Also, while I am past that age myself, I would feel sorry for anyone under the age of 15 who was a fan of the books of either of these films who wanted to see the movies, and would be unable to if they were not awarded 12As. Its easy for any adult to complain about toning down of movies for BBFC certificates, when they can go and see any film that they like, as well as drink, drive and fill their weekends with any number of other activities those under 15 cannot.

The summer movie season has come to a close, and it's now time to turn our focus towards what this fall has in store for us. Â Unsurprisingly, there are a number of very promising character-centric pics headed our way, and on paper these next few months look to be an embarrassment of riches. Â We saw more than a few disappointments this summer (especially with regards to the sci-fi genre), so hopefully the end of the year will have a higher success rate when it comes to delivering the goods. Â Regardless, it's sure to be a nice change of pace from the effects-driven onslaught of the summer.In the latest installment of our Most Anticipated series, Matt, Adam, and Dave run down what films they're most looking forward to between October and December. Â Hit the jump to read on.


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