3eyes on Jul 20 2013, 04:36:17 PM wrote:Blade Runner (1982): Netflix has a) Final cut (117m); b) Theatrical and director's cut (234 m) - which I guess means 2 versions @117m each. The info given about the differences is pretty much Greek to me. Alternative endings, with or without voiceovers.... ???
someone's rating from IMDb
1. Final Cut
4. U.S. Theatrical
5. Director's Cut
I've only seen 2 versions years apart and about 5 hours worth of documentaries later
I guess you don't expect to watch it twice, go straight for the Final Cut. That
's the real dir. cut. A lot of goofs also got fixed
The International is the theatrical version with less censorship. These versions are waaaay different from the rest with the inclusion of a studio-imposed voiceover from Harrison Ford. What I've seen of it made me facepalm a lot.
What exactly makes "DC" the preferred version for you, FB?
he or A. or Armo or any
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