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Started by Captain Jean-Luc Picard, June 09, 2007, 02:05:06 PM
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Quote from: Captain Jean-Luc Picard on June 09, 2007, 06:27:28 PMI'm not a purist either, but I don't like the idea of altering a movie beyond restoring deleted scenes. However, if they put the original and altered versions of the movie on video, then I'm OK with it. :)
Quote from: Ktrek on June 09, 2007, 06:50:15 PMI'm not opposed to it especially when the director is involved. It's his vision and what you are saying is that once a film is done and released the director should not be able to change it?
QuoteWell, then I guess Robert Wise is wrong is the directors cut edition of Star Trek The Motion Picture then too? (BTW the directors cut is far far better than the original)
QuoteAs well as the Star Trek HD remastered series and all the new cool sfx they added?
QuoteAnyway, it is Lucas' baby and if he felt the original releases didn't really show all he envisioned then I think he has the right to add whatever sfx he wants to improve them.
QuoteNow fans can debate that till the cows come home and I certainly understand why people want to take a purist position and I take the same position about classic films of Hollywood's Golden Age but I think it's different when the director is alive and wants to refine his product.