If your movie can be condensed down into 10 minutes and still be enjoyable, maybe it was too long to begin with.
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I mean, by all the tests that I can see the court ever using, it’s not a transformative use. This tracks with current legal interpretation.
They didn’t add any new meaning, and they didn’t substantially transform the nature of the original.
It sucks, but this isn’t really surprising.
Sadly, a good portion of those these fast versions of feature films will prompt the viewer to say “welp, that’s 10 minutes of my life I’m not getting back.”
Well if the details are correct, these are exactly the folks that copyright laws are intended to get. If I managed to get a feature made that had potential to earn the investments back and make a profit, I would not want some you tube yutz stealing and editing my work.
These are the folks that laws are intended to get. I would not want some yutz stealing my work.
I see this as a good service… there are quite a few movies with a sort-of interesting premise, and then it takes an hour for anything to happen. I’d watch these, anyone have a link or did they get removed already?
I take it that it wasn’t like what this channel is doing?
10-minutes is bad, 4-5 minutes is ok?
I know of a couple channels somewhat doing this for anime such as:
I actually think this is a useful service, as you can watch a recap for something and decide if you’re interested in seeing it in full.
This is probably as good an occasion as any to plug the 30-Second Bunnies Theatre, which is exactly what it says on the label: Famous movies re-enacted in 30 seconds (more or less) by a troupe of bunnies.
Sweden will sue you for stealing their idea.
I hope this isn’t the folks who make abridged anime. The abridged Hellsing ultimate and abridged dragon ball z are hilarious and vastly superior to the originals.
Wait until they find out their own marketing division has been doing the same thing with spoilery previews.
[Many, many minutes later…]
Ok - that site is a real internet rabbit-hole
Ugh, none of the bunnies are with litter or over 25, fake animated anthromorphic bunnies.
So, the movies are new movies not ones with woodblock show posters, right?
Well now I want to watch condensed movies. Speedrun: Back to the Future I in 60 seconds (Ep #1) - YouTube
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