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im really optimistic about the despecialized project. i know theres some things i would like to see improved, but i think theres enough content to justify having the despecialized project take up some of the time. when im not working, im going to be working on despecialized, and im really looking forward to it.
its also important to remember that despecialized is a work in progress. theres no rush to get it finished. there is still plenty of time to make a lot of changes. its really important that people are happy with what we get, and if you dont like what we get, ill be doing everything in my power to make it even better.
at the moment, the ultraflix 4k despecialized releases are only available in silver, though the company plans to expand to gold and platinum tiers at some point. we will have more information on this story as more information becomes available.
for the time being, the despecialized releases are only available on the ultraflix app. however, the company did not say whether the despecialized releases would ever be made available on ultraflix’s website.
the ultraflix despecialized releases will be made available only on the company’s app. however, the company did not say whether the despecialized releases would ever be made available on ultraflix’s website.
according to an ultraflix representative, harmys the last jedi will be the first ultraflix 4k despecialized release, and the company expects to announce more details on it soon. the rest of the four movies were not confirmed yet. it is also unknown if the company will announce the price of the ultraflix 4k despecialized releases at this time.
Harmy also appears to have produced Twilight: Eclipse, though that is somewhat harder to access. (It hasn’t yet been made available for viewing.) Harmys version of Lost is more complete than Universal’s in terms of showing off its full capabilities. There’s a photo gallery with full descriptions of each picture and notes on where the shots were taken, though the quality of the shots themselves seems to vary.
But some of Harmys stuff is rather good. His Twilight version is the only one with footage from the original film. The Lost disc has nothing but the show’s flat-out non-existent editing. Its also the one that’s “best” looking, due to Harmys obsessive efforts to recut the film. Yes, I know its still not great, but Harmy has done the absolute best he could, or at least the best he could if he had to use old cuts. Harmys Despecialized Editions is probably the best compromise that anyone can get.
For $50 Harmys edition is the best $50 that I can think of in the low-budget sci-fi market. The only DVDs I’ve ever owned are the laserdiscs and the Blu-rays, and I’d rather watch the presentation on my high-def TV than watch the original master (or will, I’m sure the film is still in there somewhere.
Since 2005 Harmy has been a web developer and designer for the film industry, including features in Total Recall and Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. He also has a freelance web design clientele, with over 200,000 hits a month from Google.
The series premiered on YouTube in March 2012 and was then taken offline. After being the target of multiple copyright threats, Harmy has returned the original versions of the trilogy to YouTube. (You can still find it on Vimeo and Dailymotion.)