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Dizon vs. Ozawa

I believe that everyone could enjoy that
post #257 of 343
Babel.

I wait until they are available on DVD rental.

Saw it last night and I was very impressed.

One sure mark of a good movie to me is that it was over 2 hours long and I didn't even notice that. It was compelling. Recommended to all.
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post #259 of 343
Was hoping to catch 300 last weekend, but the weather was too good, so hoping to see it Fri or Sat.
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Not very frequently would I actually DIE to see a movie. Just so everyone knows the importance of the upcoming event.

For the 25th anniversary of the greatest motion picture of all time BLADE RUNNER, Warner Bros. (who have just recently re-secured the distro rights) are FINALLY releasing Ridley Scott's final cut of Blade Runner. Not the directors cut, which was a hurried compromise, not the theatrical cut, which was butchered by the investors, but the FULL SCOPE of Ridley Scott's vision of the movie. And not just a DVD/Blue-Ray/HD-DVD release... but a THEATRICAL RELEASE!

I would probably die to see this.
post #261 of 343
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Not very frequently would I actually DIE to see a movie. Just so everyone knows the importance of the upcoming event.

For the 25th anniversary of the greatest motion picture of all time BLADE RUNNER, Warner Bros. (who have just recently re-secured the distro rights) are FINALLY releasing Ridley Scott's final cut of Blade Runner. Not the directors cut, which was a hurried compromise, not the theatrical cut, which was butchered by the investors, but the FULL SCOPE of Ridley Scott's vision of the movie. And not just a DVD/Blue-Ray/HD-DVD release... but a THEATRICAL RELEASE!

I would probably die to see this.

NO FUCKING WAY! They are finally going ahead with it? I have been following this for years and gave up hope!

post #262 of 343
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NO FUCKING WAY! They are finally going ahead with it? I have been following this for years and gave up hope!


As far as I can tell, plans are still on.
post #263 of 343
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As far as I can tell, plans are still on.

Where do I preorder the tickets and the box set ?
post #264 of 343
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As far as I can tell, plans are still on.


I'm there, dude.

koji
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Where do I preorder the tickets and the box set ?

strangely enough Amazon.uk lists Blade Runner Final Cut... but the US Amazon lists a Blade Runner The Definitive Cut. (Neither of which are available for preorder yet) No other details are given, but I HAVE heard speculation of a "ultimate" type package which will include all 4 versions of the film, and probably at least a day's worth of extra features.
post #266 of 343
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strangely enough Amazon.uk lists Blade Runner Final Cut... but the US Amazon lists a Blade Runner The Definitive Cut. (Neither of which are available for preorder yet) No other details are given, but I HAVE heard speculation of a "ultimate" type package which will include all 4 versions of the film, and probably at least a day's worth of extra features.

I found references to both being available. Two releases? This is madness!

post #267 of 343
The Wind That Shakes the Barley

That is, if we can ever get a sitter ...
post #268 of 343
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Not very frequently would I actually DIE to see a movie. Just so everyone knows the importance of the upcoming event. For the 25th anniversary of the greatest motion picture of all time BLADE RUNNER, Warner Bros. (who have just recently re-secured the distro rights) are FINALLY releasing Ridley Scott's final cut of Blade Runner. Not the directors cut, which was a hurried compromise, not the theatrical cut, which was butchered by the investors, but the FULL SCOPE of Ridley Scott's vision of the movie. And not just a DVD/Blue-Ray/HD-DVD release... but a THEATRICAL RELEASE! I would probably die to see this.
meh
post #269 of 343
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meh
Do you enjoy any movies not directed by a Mexican?
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Do you enjoy any movies not directed by a Mexican?

pasolini and truffaut are not mexican. i also liked "the hot chick" very much.
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