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Once Upon a Time in America R2

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by James45, May 8, 2003.

  1. James45

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    It's almost a 4 hour film. With a 5.1 soundtrack and quality anamorphic transfer, I can't see how they could squeeze all that onto a dual layer single side disc. I'd rather it be split across 2 discs that have to suffer stereo soundtrack and substandard transfer
     
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    It's very slightly annoying, but pales into insignificance when you consider the quality of the film and how long its taken to come out in any form.

    And hopefully, if the gap is sensible, it won't be too bad. It's unlikely that you would watch a film of this length without pausing at least once, so think of it as an extra intermission/toilet break.
     
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    don't have a problem with this myself.
     
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    Did not know FOTR:EE was like this, though, and have seen it once, so either I forgot all about the disc change (see how easy it is!) or I still have not seen the last half.....
     
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    The intermission is included on the widescreen laserdisc version. I'd take a guess that the disc change would be there, not really a problem. I can't wait to have this film on dvd.
     

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