what the difference between knocked up theatrical version and unrated version?
i understand whats the difference between the theatrical version and unrated version as a definition...im talking about what scenes are different..
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Unrated only means that it is not the edit that was approved by the MPAA. Doesn't mean it's gorier, or ruder, just that it wasn't the theater-approved cut.
Theatrical version is (im guessing) as it was seen in the thaetre- in anamorphic widescreen etc.
- Anonymous5 years ago
The theatrical version is edited to suit the rating system in order to be viewed by a wider range of audience. The unrated version means that they leave all of the really violent, sexual and vulgar stuff in. The unrated versions of many movies probably would have receive an R or an NC-17 rating if they had been released like that.
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- 1 decade ago
The theatrical version is always a little more "toned down" when it comes to the nudity and foul language suitable for movie theatre audiences. In unrated.... anything goes. It is how the movie is actually made without editing the good stuff out.