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The Hobbit Trilogy BLU-RAY £14.99 entertainment store/ebay

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Good price for Hobbit Trilogy on blu-ray
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#1
Good price but why don't they just release the extended films and have them branching if you just want to watch the theatrical release.......???
#2
Good price, 3 films for £15, especially on Blu-Ray is cheap. Heat
#3
Bargain!
#4
Same price on Amazon. Next day delivery for Prime members.
#5
what is the difference with this and the extended version?
#6
Hondaadam
what is the difference with this and the extended version?

These will be the theatrical versions (i.e.what you see in the cinema)
#7
sorry if i sound daft but still dont understand! does the cinema play edited versions?
#8
Hondaadam
sorry if i sound daft but still dont understand! does the cinema play edited versions?


Edited versions of films in general ?

Maybe they may show a lower rating of a film so its for a wider audience and release a version on dvd/blu ray thats the extended version.
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DCFC79
Hondaadam
sorry if i sound daft but still dont understand! does the cinema play edited versions?
Edited versions of films in general ?
Maybe they may show a lower rating of a film so its for a wider audience and release a version on dvd/blu ray thats the extended version.
I thought the extended version was where they added back some of the deleted scenes they had to dump so that the film did not run for too long.

Edited By: fablanta on Oct 19, 2016 03:34
2 Likes #10
extended version?! these were already too long
1 Like #11
Hondaadam
sorry if i sound daft but still dont understand! does the cinema play edited versions?
In the old days it came down to "Shows per night" so if a theatre could show three shows per night, per screen and most films were 98 minutes then that's how it was - then some punk wanted to do an epic 227 minutes the punters were not going to pay any more, so unless you could make up the differences with ice-cream sales longer films weren't something cinemas were in love with.

That's just the toe-in-the-water. Cinema politics are an amazing part of social culture.
#12
Hondaadam
what is the difference with this and the extended version?

From Stuff:

For the most part Jackson's additions to that film are extensions to existing scenes and would be hard to spot for someone who has only seen the film a few times. There's 16 expanded scenes beginning with Smaug's attack on Lake-town pre credits and ending with the King Under the Mountain at the movie's end. There's a lot of extra blood and guts during the battle, stuff that was probably cut to keep the rating down for the censor. Some of it feels like it would be more at home in Jackson's Bad Taste movie.

The War Chariot is one of two brand new scenes that stands out for both its length and its vision. In it Balin, Dwalin and Fili drive a dwarf war chariot, pulled by mountain goats, to Dale, taking out any orc who gets in their way. It feels like it was inspired by the chariot race in Ben-Hur, although it is far more bloodthirsty, but you can't help but cheer for the good guys as they decimate the forces of evil. Now I know what actor Graham McTavish was on about at the Hamilton Armageddon. For some this scene will become just as iconic as Ben-Hur.

The stand out extra scene in The Desolation of Smaug is Gandalf's moment with an imprisoned Thorin Oakenshield's father Thrain. But it is the first Hobbit movie, An Unexpected Journey, which has the best extended version, with plenty of new material in Hobbiton, Rivendell and Goblintown, especially two of Tolkien's very own songs. These extra scenes add much more weight to the story and help make Jackson's Middle-earth that little bit more believable.

There's just as much drama, and sometimes more, in the disc after disc of bonus material. Parts 1-6 of the behind the scenes story was told in the six discs accompanying the cinematic releases on Blu-ray. The six discs with the extended versions of the films cover parts 7-12 of the story.
#13
Heat as good deal but poor films.
1 Like #14
Love the LOTR trilogy but was seriously let down by these. To be honest every film I saw in the cinema I ended up thinking "I just want this to end".

Shame

Good price I suppose though 8)
#17
If there is one thing the world doesn't need, it's an extended Hobbit trilogy. All we needed was a decent two part Hobbit film which was true to the book. But, that being said, it's still a good price.

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