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Lyrics - Postal Blowfish. That version was released stateside as Reptilian and, most famously, Ridley Scott 's Blade Runner , where an alternate workprint version was released to fan acclaim, ultimately resulting in the recut, the first film to use the term "Director's Cut" as a marketing description and the first time it was used to describe a cut that the director was not involved in preparing. Once distributors discovered that consumers would buy alternate versions of films, it became common for films to receive multiple releases.
There is no standardization for labelling, leading to so-called "director's cuts" of films despite where the director prefers the theatrically released version, or when the director had actual final cut privilege. These were often assembled by simply restoring deleted scenes, sometimes adding as much as a half-hour to the length of the film without regard to pacing and storytelling.
As a result, the "director's cut" is often considered a mixed bag, with an equal share of supporters and detractors. Roger Ebert approved of the use of the label in unsuccessful films that had been tampered with by studio executives, such as Sergio Leone 's original cut of Once Upon a Time in America ,  and the moderately successful theatrical version of Daredevil , [ citation needed ] which were altered by studio interference for their theatrical release.
Sometimes the term is used a marketing ploy. For example, Ridley Scott states on the director's commentary track of Alien that the original theatrical release was his "director's cut", and that the new version was released as a marketing ploy.
It's a cut the director didn't want, an earlier cut that was junked. They assume because it was longer that it's a director's cut. Capra cut two reels off Lost Horizon because it didn't work and then someone tried to put it back.
There are certainly mistakes and stupidities in reconstructing pictures. This generally happens when a distributor insists that a film be completed in order to meet a release date, but sometimes it is the result of removing scenes that the distributor insisted on inserting, as opposed to restoring scenes they insisted on cutting.
Another way that released director's cuts can be compromised is when directors were never allowed to even shoot their vision, and thus when the film is re-cut, they must make do with the footage that exists.
His director's cut of the film includes, among other things, screen test footage of stars Christopher Reeve and Margot Kidder , footage used in the first film, and entire scenes that were shot by replacement director Richard Lester which Donner dislikes but were required for story purposes.
Some directors explicitly dislike the phrase "director's cut" because it implies that they disapprove of the theatrically released cut.
James Cameron and Peter Jackson are two directors who publicly reject the label, preferring "extended edition" or "special edition". While Jackson considers the theatrical releases of the Lord of the Rings and Hobbit trilogies to be a final "director's cut" within the constraints of theatrical exhibition, the extended cuts were produced so that fans of the material could see nearly all of the scenes shot for the script to develop more of J.
Tolkien 's world but that were originally cut for running time or other reasons. New music and special effects were also added to the cuts. Cameron specified "what I put into theaters is the Director's cut.View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Red Vinyl release of Bee Thousand on Discogs.