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SUPERMAN 2 : The real opening sequence !!! (fan-made)


jerrygollay
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Links to copy righted material are not allowed the board. I suggest you edit your post. If you don't Mr. Breathmask our beloved moderator will edit it for you.

Just a standard FYI.

Edit: Unless of course Mr. Breathmask will allow this link....if he does I apologize...

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It doesnt have newly scored Williams music i suppose...

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This is not form the suposedly 'in the works' Superman II DVD, is a home made version. Well done, but well, it has no new footage...

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Well that's certainly better than what we have now. The opening montage is one of the things that I hate most about Superman II. It just goes on and on and on and on.......

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Have You noticed the "MUSIC COMPOSED AND CONDUCTED BY JOHN WILLIAMS"??? If they reedit this way, the new assignement of John williams should be clear to us ....

Ooops, I didn't noticed this was made by a fan...Sorry...

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Ehh, I wasn't that impressed. It's just the trial opening of I (with a few cuts), followed by a more or less cut and paste deal with the credits. Where are the clips from I that are to be interspersed with the titles?

The fan-made opener for the Restored International Cut (at Superman Cinema) is the one to check out if you're looking for a really impressive one.

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It has the terrible sound that total f'd up the Superman DVD release. If fans are satisfied with this shit, well what do you expect in the 00's, lower expectations are best.

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Well that was cool up to the point where the guy forgot that all he was doing all the names in ALL CAPS and instead used Title Case (for only about 3 or 4 random names). That's pretty sloppy. :roll:

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