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Visually spectacular, intensely action-packed and powerfully prophetic since its debut, Blade Runner returns in Ridley Scott's definitive Final Cut, including extended scenes and never-before-seen special effects. In a signature role as 21st-century detective Rick Deckard, Harrison Ford brings his masculine-yet-vulnerable presence to this stylish noir thriller. In a future of high-tech possibility soured by urban and social decay, Deckard hunts for fugitive, murderous replicants - and is drawn to a mysterious woman whose secrets may undermine his soul.
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* Disc 1: The Final Cut: Digitally Restored And Remastered Incorporating New Foot
* Disc 2: Dangerous Days: Making Blade Runner: Definitive Documentary Incorporate
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#1
also £4 in Fopp should you have a store near you.
#2
I'm holding out for the The Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final Directors Cut [Special Edition]

......... If you know what I mean ? ;-)
#3
Yep Fopp £4 so voted cold
#4
> I'm holding out for the The Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final Directors Cut [Special Edition]

:) Any idea where can I buy the original cut? Some director's cuts annoy me and this is no exception. Editors are clever and putting back director-indulgent scenes just because they were filmed is not always the right idea. I would also like remastered widescreen originals (non- director's cut ) of Star Wars and Aliens...
#5
Frank Hovis
> I'm holding out for the The Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final Directors Cut [Special Edition]

:) Any idea where can I buy the original cut? Some director's cuts annoy me and this is no exception. Editors are clever and putting back director-indulgent scenes just because they were filmed is not always the right idea. I would also like remastered widescreen originals (non- director's cut ) of Star Wars and Aliens...


You can get the original theatrical releases in the 5-disc box set.
#6
Am i missing something, the link takes you to a "page cannot be found" page
#7
Rizzler78
Am i missing something, the link takes you to a "page cannot be found" page


looks like sold out, hmv have it tho for 4.99, don't forget quidco
banned#8
Frank Hovis
> I'm holding out for the The Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final, Final Directors Cut [Special Edition]

:) Any idea where can I buy the original cut? Some director's cuts annoy me and this is no exception. Editors are clever and putting back director-indulgent scenes just because they were filmed is not always the right idea. I would also like remastered widescreen originals (non- director's cut ) of Star Wars and Aliens...


The director's cut isn't simply a few 'director-indulgent' scenes. The original version, or idiot-proof version, has a thoroughly different ending and a pointless gumshoe-esque narration.

It isn't even a case of 'editors are clever' because it was the money men who put them in because they didn't trust audiences to understand the film.
#9
Is that an indirect way of calling me an idiot? :)

I just mostly prefer the originals. e.g. Aliens - the directors cut - has over emotional bits that get in the way of the overall blast-fest feeling of the film and I (personally) feel that the edits made on the original were good. Star Wars with the new 'pasted-in' digital effects - yuk. I am old enough to remember the original in the cinema and those new bits stickout like sore thumb. I'll allows extra X-wings though- there's always more room for more X-Wings.

Many a time I watch unused material on DVD and agree that it was removed for good reason.

Director's cut == usually a way of re-releasing a new version to make some extra money with the excuse of adding extra value.
banned#10
Frank Hovis
Is that an indirect way of calling me an idiot? :)

I just mostly prefer the originals. e.g. Aliens - the directors cut - has over emotional bits that get in the way of the overall blast-fest feeling of the film and I (personally) feel that the edits made on the original were good. Star Wars with the new 'pasted-in' digital effects - yuk. I am old enough to remember the original in the cinema and those new bits stickout like sore thumb. I'll allows extra X-wings though- there's always more room for more X-Wings.

Many a time I watch unused material on DVD and agree that it was removed for good reason.

Director's cut == usually a way of re-releasing a new version to make some extra money with the excuse of adding extra value.


Not at all. I actually agree that sometimes it's unnecessary. Th Star Wars rehashes are just terrible. I agree with you about editors too (I think Apatow-stable comedies could do with a couple of dozen), but I just think in the case of Blade Runner the director's cut is the definitive version.

The latest release is a bit of a cash-in, but I really do dislike the original and the cynical editing that doesn't respect the audience's intelligence.

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