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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Ronald Epstein, Jun 6, 2014.
That's not Walter Hill, that's a fan, i can't see Walter Hill hanging out at cap-a-holics.
Call it a hunch. If that's Walter Hill and he hung out on the internet then he would more than likely be a member of HTF and be in this thread too telling us his thoughts and posting as an insider, i just don't see a director commenting at a screencap site.
Although I usually agree your "hunches" Malcolm, I don't get a warm-fuzzy from your track record in this thread so far today.
I think Eddie Larkin's link might support you on this one though...
The heats killing me, its after 4am here and i cannot sleep tonight, i had the same problem yesterday.
You should be here in Australia.
Our Prime Minister has abolished Global Warming.
The 131m runtime comes from a misprint on the VHS tape, which I owned.
It's a lot worse in London, I hate these very hot summers, just as well they only come around about every ten years. Roll on the Autumn (I suppose I should say Fall here).
"its original US cut, which is what is on the Twilight Time disc."I didn't say that the "US version" is cut. But it's missing one scene that's on the other releases. This is a fact, whether you like it not.You're really paranoid when it comes to TT. But that's nothing new.
Currently winter here in Australia and I'm trying to savour every moment of it. I don't cope well in the summer months.
I'm not paranoid, I'm about facts. Which I stated. Insults are not really necessary so while I could lob a few in your direction, out of respect for Ron and others, I won't.
Perhaps we should start a weather thread! I prefer the summer to be long and hot, at least it's better than the rain we usually get and we can get the bbq out I have just come in from playing football with my young son. I thought I would have a quick look to see if anything from my 'wish list for 2014' has been announced. No luck.
"I'm about facts."Like that the European BD releases have one additional scene over the TT release. That kind of facts?For the record, I never said that which "version" is approved by the director and what's perhaps not.
We have warned posters about making personal references towards other members in these threads. That means referring to another poster as "paranoid" should be avoided as our intention is to have civil discussions on this board.
Sorry, I will not rise to your repeated bait. Here is the post I made - filled with facts and relevant information. For the record, I state clearly what I know and don't know. The relevant points are, I believe, fairly easy to comprehend, though.
"Studio Canal is not billing their disc as the "uncut" version - whether it's longer by a minute or so, or isn't has nothing to do with Fox, who made the film, or its original US cut, which is what is on the Twilight Time disc. If Studio Canal does indeed have an extra minute is not known to me and if there was some extension of some scene that's in their master that has nothing to do with what was originally released. There are occasionally differences between countries' releases, but Twilight Time put out the Fox transfer - you know, Fox, who made the film."
And what makes you think I was responding to you, anyway? I was responding to the information in the thread you were talking about. Moving along.
Come on. Get back to the weather.
It's a mild 13 degrees Celsius (55 Fahrenheit) here and I have a feeling that Spring is going to come really early this year.
I'll be stocking up on Blu rays for those long summer nights in January when it's impossible to sleep .. our garden out back has a natural cool shelter under a swamp gum and a couple of wattle trees but we can't use it as there's always three or four kangaroos stretched out full-length -- they don't like having their siesta disturbed. And there's always a couple of young joeys hopping in and out of their mother's pouch.
Here is a exclusive photo of some of Anthony's back yard friends after his recent revival screening of "KANGAROO JACK"
1st Kangaroo asked "Wot no Skippy? Tell Tony I want my grass seeds back"
Hmmm...maybe it's just the angle, but that appears to be an awfully large joey almost falling out of that pouch.
Man, buy that exhausted jill a Segway...
I'm stocking up on them for the winter, not only is it too hot to sleep but it's too hot to watch movies, i should probably watch Ice Cold In Alex, that movie has a lot of sweat and is how i am feeling all this week but they get a really good cool drink at the end of it.
Press Release 09/01/2014 Twilight Time is pleased to announce another “lost gem” from master craftsman Richard Fleischer - in it’s eagerly awaited Blu-Ray release format! “CHE”Limited Edition BLU-RAY ReleaseOnly 3,000 units available atwww.screenarchives.comOnce they are gone – they are gone!RELEASE DATE: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9TH, 2014 Made just two years after his death, Che! (1969) is the Hollywood version of the life of Argentinian doctor-turned-revolutionary Che Guevara (Omar Sharif), who became the legendary partner of rebel fighter Fidel Castro (Jack Palance) in the ultimately successful Cuban Revolution. Directed by the gifted Richard Fleischer (Violent Saturday, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea) and featuring a spectacular score by Lalo Schifrin (available on this Twilight Time release as an isolated track), the film traces the fabled course of Guevara’s struggle and final disillusionment.
“One of the bizarre products of Hollywood's brief flirtation with revolution in the ’60s, a fence-sitting but occasionally amusing account of Guevara's career. Remarkable for its eccentric casting of Palance as an amphetamine-popping Castro.” —Time Out London
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