Another classic line from another classic film.
Once upon a time, Ted Turner thought it would be a good idea to colorize films and television shows that were originally shot in black and white–to appeal to a more modern audience–when shown on his new UHF Superstation (TBS). I thought it was interesting that a conscious decision was made to put a disclaimer on the broadcast saying that the original production crew had no say in the colorization process. Naturally, much like Pan-and-Scan, this turned out to be a high crime against film, aesthetics, and history.
I wonder if there was actually some legal ruling that enforced this disclaimer and the more famous “This film has been…formatted to fit your screen” card.
In this high school epic film exploring one of the most elusive algebraic concepts, CJ and Matt must learn how to simplify complex rational expressions before solving them. Along the way, they will encounter various influential characters who will help them uncover the mysteries of higher mathematics, but the ultimate test will determine the fate of the world: learning the true nature of the enigmatic Infinity Ball.