Discussion in 'Movies and Television' started by megatroptimus, Aug 31, 2012.
Superman: Requiem - Official - Full Movie - YouTube
So it's the fan-film?
I'll check it out when I have more time.
*Comes in thinking Man of Steel*
Well, that's a disappointment.
I would've found it extremely disappointing if it was.
I was really confused for a minute there. I thought it was Man of Steel too.
Yeah, I thought it was for MoS as well, but then I was wondering why the thread hadn't been locked yet.
Man, even if MoS was leaked, it'd be one crappy early workprint of it. If it's not scheduled to be released until (early?) summer next year, then I can only imagine how much more they have to do in post-production.
I never understood why people would want to watch a leaked early copy of a movie. It's not finished, it has temp music, the visual effects wouldn't be complete, there might be scenes in it that make no sense (and thus would be taken out) or they might need to put more scenes in, etc.. Why subject yourself to that when you could wait and see the finished product as it was meant to be seen?
If you're gonna see the official release anyway, is it that big of a deal to watch the leaked version?
haha i was about to say that too.
if the film was leaked, it'd be the film, before the special effects were added!
Considering it's illegal I'd say yes.
Yes, because an early leaked version can spoil your experience. The quality won't be finalized and as such it could be very possible you'll be disappointed resulting in not wanting to see the final version anymore.
plus possible prison time!
for everyone who watched the "leaked' version lol
I see your point, but I'm quite anal when it comes to movies. It's the same thing when I hear about people downloading crappy, handheld/recorded movies from the theatre (complete with shaky cam, awful audio and people passing in front of the camera). Why do that when you could go to the theatre and see the movie in its full glory? For me, seeing the crappy leaked workprint version would be like seeing an unpainted pile of unrecognizable pieces of wood and nails before it gets turned into a beautiful wooden rocking horse. Why do that when it can risk tainting your view of the finished product? That's just me, though.
This is a man who gets it.
Back on topic: I just skipped through the "movie" and while I can appreciate the work that went into it, the dude playing Superman should've at least prepped in advance by doing some pushups or something in order to properly fit into the role.
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