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12/19/16
11:33 AM
21

Vangelis was the best part of the movie — I can’t, and don’t want to, even imagine blade runner without the atmosphere he created.

12/19/16
11:29 AM
22

Obviously the music in the clip is similar but not quite the same. I always thought the Vangelis soundtrack was an essential part of the original and hope he is part of this as well.   

6/24/16
11:33 AM
12

Awesome concept. Nearly unwatchable execution. Were they having a buy one, get one free sale on jump cuts?

6/23/16
4:38 PM
30

The only thing that was terrifyingly fast about this video were the fucking edits. No sense of speed at all.

6/23/16
3:26 PM
108

This is the worse video editing I have ever seen. Was hoping for a video that focused on the point of view of the drone chasing this car. Instead I got a ton of half second clips that went everywhere and didn’t showcase anything mentioned in this article.

10/13/15
8:00 PM
8

At 36,000 feet, they were all out cold the minute the fuselage cracked open. Fortunately.

8/1/15
9:46 AM
24

If you don’t protect your trademark, you lose your trademark. Simple as that. Ferrari can’t have one case go through and then let everyone else use it as precedent against them, so they crack down when its high profile. Read more

7/30/15
2:54 PM
33

Yeah, but we’re way past that now. TG is a brand name owned by BBC... so this argument is now a bit stale.

7/27/15
8:38 PM
175

But what if they did work for their money? I mean not this.....person, but what about others?

7/10/15
4:53 PM
549

I was so overjoyed that my teenage daughter didn’t want piece of shit Beets when she asked for a pair of Sennheiser MM-550 X cans that I completely forgot to balk at the $270 price.

6/23/15
2:02 PM
87

If someone fought for the south, they fought to preserve slavery and it’s not something that should be celebrated in any capacity. I’m sure not every german solider was a Nazi or a horrible person either, but no one flies nazi flags in tribute to their bravery.

6/23/15
2:02 PM
144

My family has lived in the South since the 1700’s. I had ancestors who fought in the civil war. My position is that the flag has absolutely no business flying over a piece of government property. It makes about as much sense as having the British flag flying in the same manner because there were British loyalists who Read more

6/23/15
1:58 PM
110

If you completely ignore when and why the flag actually became popular this would make sense.