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Old 11-04-2015, 11:06 PM   #2321
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Originally Posted by OneWayFilms View Post
Are you saying that as a purist who feel ANY black & white movie should never be colorized? or did you actually SEE this colorized job and feel that they did a bad job with it?

Because in MY humble opinion......I thought they did a GREAT job with the color version. I RESPECT and appreciate the fans who support the original black & white version, but I ALSO support the colorized version for those who WANT it that way. The film SHOULD be offered both ways, to please a wider audience of fans.

I would love to see a bluray of both versions.
Both. I own the DVD that you are referring to. I love the MST commentary. The colorization has a pastel look that I just can't get used to. NOTLD is just one of those films that works better in B&W imo. It has a documentary feel to it that I think may actually have worked against the film had Image Ten decided to film it in color.
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Old 11-05-2015, 01:23 AM   #2322
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Originally Posted by Geoff D View Post
The hell it was, the Elite 'Millennium' DVD was released in 2002! But yes, the Optimum UK Blu-ray is my weapon of choice at the moment.
But it was still based on the same transfer created for the laserdisc and first DVD. The millennium disc has better encoding and a bit more post-processing for digital, but the underlying transfer is the same.
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