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    I just have to say that the title sequence for Caprica is amazing! Does anyone else agree?

    Last edited by Replicator Todd; January 30, 2010, 11:24 AM.

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    Yeah, it is pretty sweet!
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      #3
      Joseph kneeling down to pray over the grave is a bit weird but other then that i like it
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        #4
        Originally posted by Pharaoh Atem View Post
        Joseph kneeling down to pray over the grave is a bit weird but other then that i like it
        Thats my favorite part...

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          #5
          I really love it. They have put so much care into it. Nowadays a lot of shows do not even get much of a title sequence or they cut it to save time for commercials.
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            #6
            It really is amazing! The transitions, the symbolism and everything.

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              #7
              For some reason it reminds me more of a Fantasy than a Sci Fi. But yeah, its good.
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                #8
                I love it. There's something about the whole style of it that really appeals to me, plus (of course) Bear's music.

                I also love that it's character driven--no actor's names overlaid. Speaks very highly of the dedication of the series IMO. Presuming, of course, that it stays that way.
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                  #9
                  Don't know if I like it yet or not. Just seemed really different and like a stage theatre play. Though I was surprised there was an opening considering how short everyone has been going lately with just showing a title and a bit of music.
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                    #10
                    I love how different it is, for some reason it kinda reminds of something Tim Burton would do. I'm so gald this show has an opening sequence.....I love title sequence's in shows. And i'm upset SGU doesn't have one. I did think BSG's was a little too long though.

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                      #11
                      the open sets a tone for the show, adn lays out the players, and I enjoy it. it says to me 'these actors are players on a stage' and suggests that they hired a good actor for a role, not 'let's see what name pulls us the most ratings'
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                        Originally posted by Skydiver View Post
                        the open sets a tone for the show, adn lays out the players, and I enjoy it. it says to me 'these actors are players on a stage' and suggests that they hired a good actor for a role, not 'let's see what name pulls us the most ratings'
                        Well I hate to say it but this is one way that caprica out does SGU...
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                          #13
                          yes, well SGU isn't remotely on topic, so.....back to the caprica opening sequence please.
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                            #14
                            Caprica starts over here in the UK tonite..in a few hours...lookin forward to seeing it and the opening sequence, as thats one thing that really makes a show...a really fantastic opening sequence! cant wait!!

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                              #15
                              Not made my mind up yet. Bit tacky, but also quite different to other genre stuff. Gonna sit on the fence
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