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The film Caligula exists in at least 10 different officially released versions, ranging from a sub-90-minute television edit version of TV-14 (later TV-MA) for cable television to an unrated full pornographic version exceeding 3.5 hours. This is believed to be the largest amount of distinct versions of a single film. Among major studio films, the record is believed to be held by Blade Runner; the magazine Video Watchdog counted no less than seven distinct versions in a 1993 issue, before director Ridley Scott later released a "Final Cut" in 2007 to acclaim from critics including Roger Ebert who included it on his great movies list, The release of Blade Runner: The Final Cut brings the supposed grand total to eight differing versions of Blade Runner.
Director: David FincherStarring: Sigourney Weaver, Charles Dance, Charles S. Dutton, Paul McGannTheatrical Cut: 114 minutesThe Assembly Cut: 145 minutes What's different? The Assembly Cut may be a far closer approximation of what David Fincher initially intended for his ill-fated third Alien movie, but the director's fingerprints are nowhere near it. Created for the Alien Quadrilogy box set in 1993 (and enhanced with new dialogue and colour correction for the Blu-ray in 2010), the cut adds 37 minutes of new footage and while Fincher declined to be involved, he did give the endeavour his blessing, reversing as it did some of the alterations and re-shoots that had been forced on him by the studio prior to release. The result is the most extensive alternate version of any of the Alien films, not only adding footage but rearranging existing sequences and replacing several more. In the new version, the discovery of Ripley's escape pod is entirely different; the Alien gestates inside an impregnated ox, rather than a dog; and an entire subplot is restored, in which Paul McGann's murderous Golic (who simply vanishes in the theatrical cut) assists and protects the alien, changing the death circumstances of several inmates. In addition, there's greater characterisation across the board and Ripley's death, plummeting into the furnace, is no longer sullied by the chestburster conveniently erupting from her sternum at that precise moment. Which one should I watch?Neither film can be considered a masterpiece but the Assembly Cut is a marked improvement on the version that landed in cinemas. The inmates' culture and religious beliefs are better explored, the prisoners themselves are more developed, and more coherent plotting gives the film a better structure, more substance and added suspense. Had this been the version that greeted audiences in 1992 it would still have been a pale imitation of Aliens, but a marked improvement on the film we actually got.
Director: Luc BessonStarring: Jean Reno, Natalie Portman, Gary OldmanTheatrical Cut: 110 minutesVersion Intégrale: 133 minutesWhat's different?Sometimes billed as a Director's Cut despite Besson himself simply referring to it as 'the long version', the Version Intégrale was the cut of the film originally destined for cinemas until certain scenes tested cataclysmically with American preview audiences and were removed. The extended version made its debut in French cinemas in 1996, before finding its way onto DVD some years later, but it doesn't take a puritan to see why the scenes in question proved problematic prior to release.The additional 23 minutes see Mathilda undergoing more intensive assassin training as Léon's apprentice and make her fully complicit in a number of murders, where she actively assists him in carrying out contracts. More problematic than that, however, is that the already uncomfortably ambiguous relationship between the two is made far more explicit, with the pair sharing a bed and the 12 year-old Mathilda directly propositioning Léon for sex (which he refuses).Which one should I watch?The extended cut is definitely worth watching for the additional material and to fully experience the film as it was originally intended. However, while the added scenes have value, they're also wildly problematic and lend the film a significant ick factor that proves distracting. All things considered, you're better off sticking with the theatrical cut.
A public beta test was released as an expo entry during the 2017 Sonic Hacking Contest for players to try out the game and report bugs or suggest times for the new Time Challenge mode. The finished version was eventually released on December 23, 2017 as an xdelta patch and as a download on the Steam Workshop for owners of Sonic 3D on Steam.
A Reddit user, who goes by the name u/Ehrand, wrote in a post that "After redeeming the PS5 version of the 'trial' of Legends, I noticed that the upgrade to the DC version of the game is now unavailable because I own the Ghost DC trial tracker... Also, the PS5 upgrade is now completely gone from the store for me." Adding to it, the user said that "now, the only option is to buy the PS4 or PS5 version at full price. I'm hoping this is just a store bug for now and it will resolve itself but I fear this will not be the case."
To sum up, adding the Legends PS+ game will disable players' option to upgrade their base version of Ghost of Tsushima to the Director's Cut and only leaves players with the option of buying the full game. However, the user also highlights that upon contacting PlayStation Support, the issue was resolved. From what it looks like, this is an error and can be fixed by the service provider.
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Audi returns for the 17th year as the exclusive Presenting Sponsor of AFI FEST, enabling the festival to host the very best of world cinema. Audi and their visionary support reflect a continuing commitment to create opportunities for equality in film and television. Audi also supports AFI through the Audi Fellowship for Women, a full-tuition scholarship created in 2017 to support promising female directors entering the AFI Conservatory. This Fellowship is part of the Audi commitment to drive progress and a landmark investment in the future of the storytelling community. 2b1af7f3a8