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Extended Version

Evil Dead Rise

The Burning


Thelma & Louise

Needful Things


Die Hard


  • Theatrical Cut
  • Extended Version
Release: Jan 14, 2010 - Author: LJSilver - Translator: Tony Montana - external link: IMDB
Compared are the Special Edition (=Theatrical Cut) and the Extended Special Edition. Thanks to Seamless Branching, the chapters are added and replaced in the Extended Version.

The Extended Versions runs approx. 62 sec longer. The Extended Version includes a further plot scene. As a result some minor plotholes disappear.

1:37:55-1:39:10 (Time index Extended SE)

Before the FBI disconnects the electricity of the block of buildings, it's tried to disconnect the electricity of the Nakatomi Tower first in the Extended Version. Gruber's already been waiting for that to unlock the 7th lock of the safe, but it doesn't work. That's why Gruber orders Theo to activate the emergency power supply. McClane sits in a bathroom and notices that, too. He asks Al for it who replies that the FBI's in charge now and that's the FBI's standard procedure for terrorist attacks. The last shot of the Extended Version, which is a black and white shot, shows how the light goes on again plus an FBI agent in the foreground. Then the scene where the FBI wants to switch off the energy of the block of buildungs which is also included in the Theatrical Cut.
(75 sec)

The Theatrical Cut just shows the scene with McClane in the bath room und the conversation with Al. In return the shot of McClane is a bit longer. The light goes off and then on again (pictures 3 and 4). In the Theatrical Cut this scene follows directly after the disconnection of the electricity of the block of buildings.
(13 sec)

Duration: Extended SE 62 sec longer than the Theatrical Cut.