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Audio Commentary:Oliver Stone and historian Robin Lane Fox.
Documentaries:Resurrecting Alexander, explores the filming of Alexander. Perfect is the Enemy of God, provides an in depth look at the details that go into the filming of an epic.
Featurette:Soundtrack featurette: Vangelis Scores Alexander .
Other extra features are the same as on the director's cut. Three documentaries (80 minutes total) collect behind-the-scenes footage, interviews (mostly with the crew), and some effects notes. They're rather indistinguishable from each other and might have been edited into a shorter, tighter single unit. There's also a four-minute featurette of composer Vangelis at his keyboard discussing his craft. --David Horiuchi
This was a better movie and more historically accurate than I had expected given the poor reviews when it was released in theaters. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Athene Five
This Director's Cut is not as good as the theater version BECAUSE it's all chopped up and not told in a linear format. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Susan Wilken
This could have been a great movie if the scripts were better written. The acting was outstanding and also the cinematography. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Waltico
The seller was very good. It came when it was suppose to come. I enjoyed the longer version, it had more footage than the first one. The movie was really good.Published 1 month ago by bruce elger
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|Why do people hate this movie so much?||
Read "Persian Boy" book, and this movie will be so much more interesting. I saw it. Yeah, it is kinda long, and gets people tired. If you please, one should watch it in two seatings, but the scenery and the way plot flows is grand. I love it!
Dec 29, 2006 by WD | See all 5 posts
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the version you saw in theater WAS the original DVD release.
The other version initially released on DVD under the name "director's cut" was indeed shorter than the theatrical version, but Oliver Stone wanted to make the pace tighter and more consistent.
On second thoughts (third... Read More
Mar 21, 2007 by J Muz | See all 5 posts
Some people like the film. Yes, people who are not idiots like the film. It's possible for slow moving movies, flawed movies and misunderstood movies to actually be good. Alexander is one example. It's wasn't the homophobia of America that made this film flop as much as the cynical a.d.d. riddled... Read More
Jan 25, 2007 by charlieheston | See all 2 posts
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Forget the Director's Cut and just go straight to Revisited: The Final Cut. its the definitive version, bar none.
Apr 6, 2009 by Istvan Kolnhofer | See all 3 posts
|HD versions contains extra features, standard DVD does not||
you are right and it S*CKS. i bought the original, then the extended. sean stone's documentary "fight against time" is only on HD/BR. not fair. i know it's a marketing ploy but it's elitist.
Aug 21, 2008 by LadyofArgonne | See all 4 posts
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