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Old 10-13-10, 05:32 PM   #26
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Re: The Warriors Theatrical Cut - will this ever be on Blu-ray?

You enjoy the DC for what?

Seems like nothing of value was added except for the drastic change of the fucking comic panels and the intro bs..ugh...

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Old 10-13-10, 06:06 PM   #27
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Re: The Warriors Theatrical Cut - will this ever be on Blu-ray?

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You enjoy the DC for what?

Seems like nothing of value was added except for the drastic change of the fucking comic panels and the intro bs..ugh...

http://www.movie-censorship.com/report.php?ID=4270
You don't enjoy when ppl have their own opinion do you buddy??? Also the person mentioned they didn't like the comic panels...So I don't get that statement. The point is they like the MOVIE
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Old 10-13-10, 06:30 PM   #28
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The Warriors "TV Composite" version is floating around the net. It's the theatrical version + all the extra scenes that were used for the TV version. That one is better than the "Ultimate Director's Cut" also IMO.
I have this on a custom Grindhouse Experience DVD with Halloween 6: The Producer's Cut, it's really a good extended version
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Old 10-13-10, 06:44 PM   #29
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Re: The Warriors Theatrical Cut - will this ever be on Blu-ray?

The theatrical cut, if you have a Netflix subscription, is available for streaming in HD and I'm watching it right now while my girlfriend prepares dinner.
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Re: The Warriors Theatrical Cut - will this ever be on Blu-ray?

Still no version theatrical version of this on blu anywhere???
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Re: The Warriors Theatrical Cut - will this ever be on Blu-ray?

When I bought that so-called "Ultimate Director's Cut" back in the day, the first time we watched it I couldn't believe how stupid it had become with all the comic book crap added in, couldn't finish it, ended up selling it on Ebay. Found the theatrical version on DVD, I'm a happy camper now. If they ever release the original version on blu-ray, I might be tempted, but for now I'm happy with what I've got.
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Old 08-20-17, 08:46 PM   #33
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Re: The Warriors Theatrical Cut - will this ever be on Blu-ray?

This was one of those movie that I kind of liked as a kid, but didn't really remember that well.

I picked up he BD last year, and read about the comic book additions. I have to admit, given Walter Hill's commentary about how he always saw it as a comic book movie and based on the Greek story, I really didn't have a problem with the updated version.

I imagine if I was a big fan of the theatrical cut I wouldn't like this new version, but for me, it's okay.
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Old 08-21-17, 06:31 AM   #34
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I remember seeing it in the theater back in the day, when there was worry that the gang angle would provoke violence in the theaters.
By the way, in his latest film "The Assignment" (available on Amazon prime) Walter Hill uses "comic book panels" as transition devices between scenes.
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The original purple banner DVD actually looks quite good. I'm perfectly happy with it.
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I remember seeing it in the theater back in the day, when there was worry that the gang angle would provoke violence in the theaters.
By the way, in his latest film "The Assignment" (available on Amazon prime) Walter Hill uses "comic book panels" as transition devices between scenes.
In the supplements on the recent Streets of Fire Blu-ray, Hill talks a lot about seeing that as a comic book story too. However, from the things he says, it kind of sounds like he's never actually read many comic books, but just has a vague idea in his head of what they used to be like when he was a kid.
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Re: The Warriors Theatrical Cut - will this ever be on Blu-ray?

I'm not going to link to anything but there is a seller on eBay who has a Blu-ray disc, obviously a bootleg, featuring the TC along with a ton of bonus features. Until there is an official release this one works very well for me.
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In the supplements on the recent Streets of Fire Blu-ray, Hill talks a lot about seeing that as a comic book story too. However, from the things he says, it kind of sounds like he's never actually read many comic books, but just has a vague idea in his head of what they used to be like when he was a kid.
Yeah, that's pretty much what I'm thinking, too. The panels used in "The Assignment" just sort of pop up, and they get your attention, but as a device they just sort of call attention to themselves. It seems as if it's a way of "excusing" some short-handed logic in the film, as if he's asking the audience to accept it as "Pulp" storytelling.
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Yeah, that's pretty much what I'm thinking, too. The panels used in "The Assignment" just sort of pop up, and they get your attention, but as a device they just sort of call attention to themselves. It seems as if it's a way of "excusing" some short-handed logic in the film, as if he's asking the audience to accept it as "Pulp" storytelling.
I imagine they're also a consequence of that movie's very low budget, as a cheap method of bridging scenes or story points he couldn't afford to film properly.
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