Sunday, July 16, 2000


I was reading about Jackie Chan's Gorgeous at alt.asian-movies and it turns out the version I have is actually a hacked up edit. It was still good, but why do Columbia and New Line feel the need to mess with these movies? The people who want to buy them want the original, full-length versions. They are never going to be mainstream big sellers, so why alienate the fans who would gladly plunk down their hard earned $20 for movies as they were originally released?
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