New movies affected by Cinavia

For some reason, the Wikipedia page for Cinavia has stopped adding new movie titles which are affected by the Cinavia error message. I have no idea why, but luckily we use other sources to find the titles for you. This time we turn to the summer releases of 2012, including both DVD and BluRay movies.

The first blockbuster to make the cut is The Wrath of the Titans, which is the follow-up to the first Titans movie, which also had the Cinavia protection inserted. Then it’s on to the comedy genre, we’re we find Project X, a movie which has gotten an amazing low score at Rotten Tomatoes. So you shouldn’t be all too sad if you don’t get to see the movie. A friend of mine did say he liked it, but then he said New Years Eve was pretty good. Then we head on over to the scary movies and we found Mr Harry Potter (not the actual fictive person, but the actor) in The Woman in black. Once more, a movie affected by the Cinavia protection.

How can you stay mad at a movie like this? Cinavia or no cinavia, that suit is awesome.

Eh, and Ghost Rider 2 also has the error. But please, if you’re anxious to see that movie – It’s better to hit your head against the wall several times. Or, that’s what I’ve been told any way. Underworld Awakening, now that’s another story. But not for the actual story, for some reason I don’t care about the plot.

Then we’ve got the new American Pie movie. The horrible, non-return to form, American Reunion. Actually we should be thankful it has the protection. The fewer people who actual see this, the better.

And then we move onto the cinema releases.

Men in black 3
Dark Shadows
Snow white
Battleship
Prometheus
Rock of Ages

How to solve these problems you ask?

Well, head on over to this Cinavia fix site, which is the only site which carries a legit working method. If there are any titles which we did miss, please let me know in the comments below!

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