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 : September 10, 2018, 11:00:09 AM 
D.Montero - cigar joe
OK Thanks

 42 
 : September 10, 2018, 05:16:01 AM 
D.Montero - Leonardo
It's the soundtrack.
I also got the soundtrack and I wrote to Luisa asking for the movie. Here is her reply:
Dear Leonardo

You have the right to two things (i) a digital download of the OST and (ii) DVD with the film. This is the first one, the digital download of the OST. You will receive the DVD once is done, most likely end of 2018 / beginning of 2019.

Regards

Luisa

so we'll have to wait a bit longer..

 43 
 : September 10, 2018, 04:34:26 AM 
D.Montero - dave jenkins
It's the soundtrack.

 44 
 : September 10, 2018, 04:33:20 AM 
PowerRR - dave jenkins
I saw it and it got to be a bit tedious.
Yup.

 45 
 : September 10, 2018, 03:07:43 AM 
PowerRR - cigar joe
Isle of Dogs (2018) - 4/10. The same damn film every time. I really, really wish Wes Anderson would just hang it up at this point. Yes, this one riffs on Japanese culture and produces a few gags I appreciated (the parody of a haiku was particularly inspired), but it's not enough. I'd rather just re-watch Rushmore rather than try to sit through anything "new" by this guy ever again.

I saw it and it got to be a bit tedious.

 46 
 : September 10, 2018, 02:58:04 AM 
D.Montero - cigar joe
Of the soundtrack or the documentary? I got one for the soundtrack only.

Didn't open it up yet.

 47 
 : September 10, 2018, 02:34:32 AM 
PowerRR - noodles_leone
The Tree of Life: Extended Cut (2011/2018) - 1000000/10
The Criterion shipped a few days early!

The Tree of Life has been one of my favorite films, an easy Top 10 movie, ever since it came out. If I had one criticism of it, it was that I wish it was a little warmer, a little more personal, and that just a bit too much time was spent on the more abstract things (universe creation, the ending, etc.) compared to the life of the O'Brien family.

I can safely say the extended cut completely changes this. The original film is left un-tampered, but the added sequences vastly improve it. We get a much deeper look into Jack's depression as both a kid and an adult. We get a better sense of Mr. O'Brien's frustrations with life, making it easier to empathize with him even during his darkest moments. We get a stronger look at Mrs. O'Brien's disappointment at how things were starting to turn out with her marriage and her children, making her a much more developed character than when she was previously a bit one-dimensional. The movie feels much, much more about Jack than ever before, and I think the balance of reality vs. abstract scenes is absolutely perfect. It feels slightly more linear and developed, but that's a compliment in every sense possible... it still puzzling, vague, mysterious. It just feels so much more full and complete.

I'm not too sure about these articles saying that Malick made a brand new movie. It really is an extension of the original, and in my opinion vastly superior. I'm in shock that Malick's preferred cut is the shorter one, because this one is leagues better - somehow - because ToL was already nearly perfect in my opinion (and not in the opinion of, well, anyone on SLWB - and to be honest I doubt the new cut would change much of your opinions). This is pretty close to the best movie I've ever seen. I'm sure just one viewing of OUATIA would change that, but this was one of the most amazing movies I've seen in years.

Great news.
I love the theatrical cut, but it havenít watched it in years (I think saw it twice in theater, once on home cinema when it was released and thatís about it). Cannot wait to see the new cut.

 48 
 : September 09, 2018, 05:33:46 PM 
D.Montero - Jordan Krug
Got a digital download in an email today!!!!!!

Of the soundtrack or the documentary? I got one for the soundtrack only.

 49 
 : September 09, 2018, 03:00:39 PM 
D.Montero - cigar joe
By the way, I have not received my DVD yet. Has any of you guys received it????

Got a digital download in an email today!!!!!!

 50 
 : September 09, 2018, 12:42:57 PM 
PowerRR - dave jenkins
Isle of Dogs (2018) - 4/10. The same damn film every time. I really, really wish Wes Anderson would just hang it up at this point. Yes, this one riffs on Japanese culture and produces a few gags I appreciated (the parody of a haiku was particularly inspired), but it's not enough. I'd rather just re-watch Rushmore rather than try to sit through anything "new" by this guy ever again.

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