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Post Sat Dec 29, 2007 2:57 am

Where are you now?

For those who haven't finished their first run through yet: which disc are you on now??
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Post Sat Dec 29, 2007 8:32 am

Re: Where are you now?

Masao wrote:For those who haven't finished their first run through yet: which disc are you on now??

I'm nearly done with disc 1 (except for freeze-framing the entire film and wearing off the DVD, if such a thing is possible, LOL ;-)).
The second part of the Douglas Trumbull & Co. commentary is still awaiting me.

On disc 4 I worked myself through to 'Fabrication' up until the featurette about the art work there. I'll save BR 5.5 for the very last...

Discs 3 and 5 (that will be a special feast plus commentary and featurette, yummy) are still unwatched to be enjoyed by me, Hurray. ;)

Disc 2 was the first thing I watched (Actually thrice! Firstly straight through, the second time around with many many pauses and the third time in a dozen snippets with slow motion, rewind and everything, LOL ;-)).

That's it from over here,
Have a better one,
Martin
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Post Sat Dec 29, 2007 11:29 am

Watched Dangerous Days
Watched The Final Cut
Watched featurettes on Enhancement Archive
Watched the Deleted Scenes Version
Watched "All Our Variant Futures"
Watched the Workprint

Haven't watched archival versions of BR...probably will not anytime soon

Played with toys in briefcase, looked through print dossier, checked out the lenticular thingy. Put the briefcase back together sans Workprint disc, which is in a separate DVD case on my DVD library shelf, next to the 4-disc set. The briefcase will be kept in closed position with plastic sleeve around it most of the time.

I'm going to buy a 2 disc set to have all three DVD releases.
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Post Sat Dec 29, 2007 1:26 pm

I've watched all of discs two, three and five. I've also watched the final cut with Ridley Scott's commentary on. I'll have to watch it again with the other two commentaries on and finally watch the final cut without commentary (just watched the workprint the other day and I didn't feel like watching the movie on its own again so soon, so I started on the commentaries first).
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Post Sat Dec 29, 2007 4:22 pm

I've watched all of discs 2, 4 & 5. (Technically, I've watched all of disc 3 too, since I've seen all the previous versions). I just need to watch the Final Cut with the various commentaries and I will have seen the whole set. 8)
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Post Sat Dec 29, 2007 6:06 pm

I've been dipping in and out of the Ultimate Edition, so far I've:

Watched Dangerous Days
Watched All Our Variant Futures
Watched Workprint with Paul M Sammon commentary
Watched Final Cut with Ridley Scott commentary
Watched the majority of the featurettes on disc 4
Watched approximately half of the 1982 US Theatrical cut
Watched Final Cut as Ridley intended :D

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Post Sat Dec 29, 2007 6:11 pm

Done everything but:

listen to the Dick interviews
Watch the FC with tech commentary
watch the three archival versions
watch WP without commentary
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Post Sun Dec 30, 2007 2:52 am

I'm still trying to obtain a DVD set. It hasn't released yet in Australia. No where locally, anyways. I can't order it online because I'm not a citizen and cannot get a debit card to order. I have the funds, but I guess I'll buy food instead. I'm a starving college student :) Hopefully there won't be a shortage of DVDs when I graduate.
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Post Mon Jan 07, 2008 6:28 am

watched (in chronological order):

- Deleted/Alternate Scenes
- Dangerous Days
- Disk 4, start to end
- Deleted/Alternate Scenes along with my girlfriend (she doesn't know english but liked it much, though)
- Deleted/Alternate Scenes along with my best friend (who's more on the Alien/Aliens side but also likes BR a lot)
- All Our Variant Futures
- Workprint
- Workprint w/Sammon commentary
- US Theatrical Cut
- International Cut
- Final Cut w/Fancher/Peoples/Deeley/Haber commentaries
- Final Cut w/Trumbull/Dryer/Yuricich/Mead/Snyder commentaries

next to be watched:

- Final cut w/Scott commentary
- Final Cut
- Dangerous Days
- Deleted/Alternate Scenes
- Disk 4 start to end
- Dangerous Days
- Deleted/Alternate Scenes
- Disk 4 start to end
- Dangerous Days
- Deleted/Alternate Scenes
- Disk 4 start to end
- Dangerous Days
- Deleted/Alternate Scenes
- Disk 4 start to end
- Dangerous Days
- Deleted/Alternate Scenes
- Disk 4 start to end, and so on... :lol:

what i can say is, Fancher is a truly funny guy. i loved how he debated with Peoples on who wrote which quote! also, Sammon and Charles rule!
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Post Mon Jan 07, 2008 7:54 am

Planta, you would have loved to hear him at the NY Film Fest.

Finished everything a few days ago...damn, I'd like to see someone top this DVD package. HA!
[In reference to A Good Year] "So anyway, fuck 'em. It was a good film."
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Post Mon Jan 07, 2008 11:01 am

deleted wrote:damn, I'd like to see someone top this DVD package. HA!


Yep, this is easily the best/top release of 2007...perhaps the best DVD release ever?

Still working on watching the materials. BR is playing nearby for a few more days, so once I drag my wife to see it one more time, I'll dive into the commentaries and such!
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Post Tue Jan 08, 2008 10:37 am

So far I've watched in this order...

Final Cut (Disc 1)
Dangerous Days (Disc 2)
Enhancement Archive (Disc 4)
Work Print w/o commentary (Disc 5)
Work Print w commentary (Disc 5)
From Work Print to Final Cut (Disc 5)
1982 US Theatrical Cut (Disc 3)

I plan to watch 1982 International Cut tonight and then 1992 Director's Cut later this week.

Then I will finish up by watching Final Cut again with some of commentaries.

When all is said and done I'll have watched the movie 7-9 times just with this boxset in the last few weeks. And of course that does not count the gazillion times I have seen the old Director's Cut DVD or Theatrical Cut VHS.

:twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

Oh and I've been through the Vangelis Blade Runner Trilogy CD set at least 3 times so far.

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