(09-11-2014, 03:18 AM)MadaraUchiha Wrote: @[Sindar] Yep..........I am still in contact with them though.........They live near my home and I chat with them through facebook..............And, do you live in America?
Nope, I still live in Russia O.o
(09-11-2014, 05:06 AM)Zero Wrote: nope, it's the exact same version that you would download off the net x) besides all the movies are almost American anyways...or Hollywood movies. many of us speak english...those that can't are in an unfortunate position though.
ah good point, although i don't think they put that much thought into it hehe XD
yeah especially if you really enjoyed it and you know you'll rewatch it. i mean we like what they do for us but its hard to support them. lol at least you have something XD although i think we may have those too coz i do remember seeing them on tv....well only spirited away but yeah, it's usually just the stuff that already came on local television. and it's not like there aren't other dubbed animes if they're worried about people not wanting to read subtitles hehe
Sure, I don't expect people who arrange the shelves in those stores to know the difference
With the DVDs I don't even open the boxes that I am getting, to be honest ^^' I don't care for Russian dub and I would rather watch the movies in blue ray quality anyway
And it is easier to brush the dust off the boxes if you leave them in plastic wrapping xD
I WISH we had subtitled anime on TV
That would be just awesome. There used to be bleach in the time slot where I could catch it while having a dinner. I would have watched it, but local translation just made me sick >.< If they put it with subs everyone would have been happier (or if they hired professional actors, which apparently is an impossible thing to ask >.>)