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Captain Marvel : Where's the Love

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I'm glad you enjoy it, but please try to measure your feedback, I'm only human and I make many mistakes. I want to hear any negative feedback too, I don't wish to feel overwhelmed or get a twisted ego. ^^;
 

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I'm glad you enjoy it, but please try to measure your feedback, I'm only human and I make many mistakes. I want to hear any negative feedback too, I don't wish to feel overwhelmed or get a twisted ego. ^^;
I would be transparent. I would just be very nice about it. I'm not overly critical of the technical aspects.. too many others already wear that mantle. But I would point out a glaring problem. My thing is narrative structure and flow.
 

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I thought this was a great edit which for me made for a much more enjoyable watch- so I’d say mission accomplished. There is the inevitable (minor) drop in quality with the deleted scenes but it’s barely noticeable and the trade off for the overall narrative improvement is well worth it. There was some glitching with the first post credit scene on my version, but I don’t know if that was unique to the way I downloaded or extracted the files
 

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no, it's not you, it's there on my final version to. drats. an update to my software threw out every single edit point and I thought I'd caught them all but evidently not! drats!!! well it shouldn't be too big of a fix. although it will take time to render out, but it wil be updated on drive when I'm done so if you want to redownload, it should be done by tonight. I'll edit this post then.
 

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I thought this was a great edit which for me made for a much more enjoyable watch- so I’d say mission accomplished. There is the inevitable (minor) drop in quality with the deleted scenes but it’s barely noticeable and the trade off for the overall narrative improvement is well worth it. There was some glitching with the first post credit scene on my version, but I don’t know if that was unique to the way I downloaded or extracted the files
I did notice the slight quality drop in a couple of places but they didn't take me out of enjoying the edit. Thosr are almost a given with extended editions. Did not notice the glitches post credit. But I'm not sure that I watchedvthat far. All things considered its an excellent first edit!
 

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I've had some lovely feedback from you all, if you get chance, it would be awesome if you could copy some of your comments into a review in the database :)
 
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