Watchmen is a superhero movie made by Warner Brothers, it relased in 2009 and the movie was censored in order to reduce the runtime of the flim. When the movie bombed at the box office the studio tried to make up there losses by relasing the Director's Cut witch added these scenes back into the movie.
Director's Cut ChangesEdit
- After Rorschach has found the photograph of the Minuteman in the comedian’s closet there is the first change. In the theatrical version Rorschach’s last sentence "Somebody knows!" is shown in an alternative close-up of his face. The Director’s Cut version changes it so you see the side of Rorschach face shown and then he turns towards the sound of the ringing bell from the elevator.
- The Director's Cut adds a scene where to cops find Rorschach. The first Cop says "No I definitely heard somethings. They look around. The second cop says "Watch the door" and walks to the broken window looking at the tape. Rorschach appears behind him, the Cop turns around gets frightened and is knocked uncouncess down by Rorschach. The first Cop still talking walks out of the adjoining room. "Must've been the wind. Next time you..." he slows down because he sees his unconscious colleague lying on the floor at the window: He looks to the broken window and in the opening there is Rorschach facing him. The frightened Cop pulls his gun and fires at Rorsachach, none of them hit him. It then shows a empty window showing that he escaped.
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