Originally Posted by win200
The music has always been an issue with this film. My friend, who runs film in his house, has a UK print of the movie and MUCH of the music is different, save for "Christmas is All Around" and "Both Sides Now," obviously.
Unless he has some super secret workprint of an early rough cut with temp music, I doubt all that much was changed. One of the bonus features on the disc is Richard Curtis explaining why he picked the music that he did, as demonstrated with clips from the movie. I doubt he would have done that if they were all tracks he didn't want.
I might buy that one song in the background of one scene is different. But I've seen the movie a few times in the past, and I'll be damned if anything stood out to me here.
The Blu-ray plays "Jump" at that scene as well. Are you claiming that there's supposed to be a different song playing? Kind of hard to believe that, considering that Grant is dancing around in time with the song and singing its lyrics.
Is the Blu-ray allegedly different than the existing DVD, or just different than someone's memory of the theatrical release? I think this is all much ado about nothing.