Yeah, I don't think that there was that much point in the deleted scenes. Like the one where they were showing how Steam Engines and Diesels were alike after earlier in the film showing their differences. The only worthwhile extras in my opinion were the Day Out with Thomas and the Video trailers.
My favorite scene is "Dream Sequence". It's when Thomas dreams about Lady and Rusty working together. And when the James, Gordon, and Percy dream! Percy's was absolutely ridiculous!
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Post by Old Square Wheels on Dec 8, 2005 16:56:18 GMT
Plus, the task of repairing the windmill would've added more minutes to the film; minutes they didn't have.
I loved this movie; okay, the interstitials ruined the story flow (the songs didn't really though), it was a brilliant film, and surprisingly well scripted by Paul Larson. The film really helped me get through a difficult patch I was going through; shows you how powerful a message Thomas really is!
They can't destroy that windmill! All their stock footage would be ruined!
Anyway, that deleted scene just shows Thomas at the windmill, seeing it destroyed, feeling sad about it, and moving on.... kinda worth deleting really.
Yes...but I still want to see it @[email protected] Deleted scenes are always fun to watch.
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