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Stargate Directors cut

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by Matt, Oct 22, 2001.

  1. Matt

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    Hi,

    i bought the directors cutof stargate on saturday, just thought you might like to know that its both good and bad. The picture is excellent as is the sound with a lot of bass rumbles in the right places. However what lets it down is the very very poor deleted scenes that have been re-inserted into the film. They have not been cleaned or colour corrected and are very grainy and do not fit in with the look of the film at all. As it is the extra scenes dont really add anything and would have been sooo much better if they had used seemless branching.

    Still its still a good fun film that doesnt seem to take itself too seriously.
     
  2. Nic Rhodes

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    Matt well summed up, now the non anamorphic, non DTS R1 disc allows you to watch both versions, why couldn't they have done this here. DTS is nice however.
     
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    Momentum couldn't do seamless branching as their facilities in Germany can't make seamless branching discs yet and US capacity for seamless branching discs is fully booked until 2003
     
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    Not a very good excuse, they should supply what the market wants else they will loose customers.
     

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