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BBC and films

Discussion in 'The Lounge - Off Topic' started by greenbrucelee, Aug 22, 2009.

  1. greenbrucelee
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    Has anyone notice recently that the BBC seem to be showing films that have been cut alot.

    War of the worls with Tom Cruise was on last night, it started at 10:35 and finished at 11:25 Another one was red eye a few weeks back that was only about 1 hour long.

    or have they been showing them in two parts and I missed them?
     
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    There was a bit on before the news GBL from 9-10.
     
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    oh well that explains it then :D I switched it on at the bit were they are in the basment and I lok at when it started on the guide and it said 10:35 and I was like isn't it a 2 hour film?
     
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    I hate it when they do that start it before the news then you have to wait 35 mins to see the rest of the movie. It not just the BBC channel5 use to do this a lot too.
     
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