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No colon. It's meant as an action phrase. Kinda like "Batman Begins" or "The Dark Knight Rises". You wouldn't enter those as "Batman: Begins" or "The Dark Knight: Rises". That'd just be silly.
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Quoting primetime21:
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Hi Everyone,

I'm having a hard time understanding why people add features and other information from a child profile of a combo (Blu-ray/DVD, UHD/Blu-ray, etc.) in the main profile.  It seems to fly in the face of this:

Sets containing the same film on multiple media types (such as a Blu-ray/DVD combo pack) are to be entered as a normal profile for the main media type (Blu-ray in this example), with all included media types checked. A combo which includes HD media (HD-DVD, Blu-ray) as well as DVD should use the details from the HD media in the main profile. However, you may add an additional profile by Disc ID for the DVD content and add this profile to the Box Set contents for the Blu-ray profile.

I for one find it misleading to have features listed on a main profile that aren't on the disc or associated with that media version of the film.  Granted this says HD and I know something like a UHD/Blu-ray profile are both HD, but they are "multiple media types" and the above just lists Blu-ray/DVD as an example, so it stands to reason they would fall under the same rules.


For main profiles, we profile the UPC, not the disc ID. The main profile has all the disc formats checked off (be they UHD, Blu-ray, or DVD). And I think it makes sense to include all the special features found in that UPC on the UPC's profile. Per the rules, it makes sense to just keep the video, audio, subtitle specs set to the highest quality format. After all, I'm not buying a 4K UHD set to watch the Blu-ray version of the movie. But I do consider the special features that might be on the Blu-ray disc to be part of that 4K UHD set that I bought.
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Quoting AlunH:
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A stand in who's replaced entirely by CGI and is just there so the other performers have the right eye-line to react to is not a performer.  They're not in the film.  They're not providing the animation and they're not motion-captured.  They shouldn't be included in the credits.

Just my opinion, though.  I dare say if I were one of the latter stand-ins I'd feel quite differently.
Fair enough, but even if the filmmakers saw fit to include them within the body of the cast listing, are you saying you'd remove them from the profile?

I imagine there's got to be films that credited actors who weren't even in the final movie. Just today I watched "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood". Tim Roth is listed in the credits, but his scenes were deleted.
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If the filmmakers thought they should be included under the Cast listing, I don't see any reason we should exclude them.
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Sounds good to me. I believe there was a user a few months or a year ago who removed all the extras from the 4K main profiles of a bunch of releases. No one seemed to care, so I just locked my profiles.
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Curious so I checked out their YouTube page. They did a good job of emulating the original series' look. But gosh, it's rather cringey. 
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Quoting iPatsa:
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Why would you list a distributor as a release studio?

Nowhere does the rules say list the film distrubutor first. Or at all.
I agree.
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