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Lord of the Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy Blu-ray @ the Hut £15.85 with code

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use this code for £1 off OOTD1 to get it for 15.85 and for even cheaper quidco as well. The Lord of the Rings Trilogy tells the story of Frodo Baggins (Elijah Wood), a hobbit who battles against … Read More
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use this code for £1 off OOTD1 to get it for 15.85 and for even cheaper quidco as well.

The Lord of the Rings Trilogy tells the story of Frodo Baggins (Elijah Wood), a hobbit who battles against the Dark Lord Sauron to save his world, Middle-earth, from the grip of evil. In the films, Frodo and his fellowship of friends and allies embark on a desperate journey to rid Middle-earth of the source of Sauron's greatest strength, the One Ring - a ring that has the power to enslave the inhabitants of Middle-earth. The trilogy tells tales of extraordinary adventures across the treacherous landscape of Middle-earth and reveals how the power of friendship, love and courage can hold the forces of darkness at bay. Beside Wood, the films star Ian McKellen, Liv Tyler, Viggo Mortensen, Sean Astin, Cate Blanchett, John Rhys-Davies, Billy Boyd, Dominic Monaghan, Orlando Bloom, Christopher Lee, Hugo Weaving, featuring Sean Bean, and Ian Holm, with Andy Serkis as Gollum. The films also star Marton Csokas, Craig Parker and Lawrence Makaoare.

In this first part of the Trilogy, the young hobbit Frodo Baggins inherits a ring; but this ring is no mere trinket. It is the One Ring, an instrument of absolute power that could allow Sauron, the dark Lord of Mordor, to rule Middle-earth and enslave its peoples. Frodo, together with a Fellowship that includes his loyal hobbit friends, humans, a wizard, a dwarf and an elf, must take the One Ring across Middle-earth to Mount Doom, where it first was forged, and destroy it forever. Such a journey means venturing deep into territory manned by Sauron, where he is amassing his army of Orcs. And it is not only external evils that the Fellowship must combat, but also internal dissension and the corrupting influence of the One Ring itself. The course of future history is entwined with the fate of the Fellowship. The film won four Oscars for Best Visual Effects, Cinematography, Makeup and Original Score
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#1
It's hot as it appears to be the cheapest around, but no way am I buying the non-extended version. The reviews on Amazon show how many people are annoyed about this.
#2
Works out cheaper if you use a walkers code.
#3
this was posted yesterday
1 Like #4
Once agin, it's cheap because it ain't what people want.
#5
problem with the walkers code is not everyone has one.
#6
good find!
#7
Is this not the sh*tty theatrical version? The one no-one wants as pointed out by baldieman64.
#8
What's the issue with the theatrical version?
2 Likes #9
Some people like the extended version but to be honest its just LONGER that's all not better IMHO
#10
Baldieman64
Once agin, it's cheap because it ain't what people want.
Nail. Head. Smacked.

I want the full version!
#11
mofokiss
Some people like the extended version but to be honest its just LONGER that's all not better IMHO

We have the extended version on DVD and when someone asks if I want to watch it I tend to say no because it's too looooong!!
#12
Oh look, this deal has been posted for the 10,000th time!
#13
I still haven't watched The Return of the King I got when it first came out on DVD :)
1 Like #14
voted hot, the extended version is boring...

somebody explain me how do you get walkers code. is it printed on every walkers chips pack???

Edited By: yesvee on Jan 18, 2011 11:01
#15
Is the extended version ever going to be released?
#16
BiGT-
Is the extended version ever going to be released?
AFAIK, the studio planned to release both the theatrical and extended versions on BR and this is still the case. It was/is a blatant exercise in trying to milk the films for every last drop of Hobbit juice.

I already own the 4 disc extended versions of the DVD's which still look good upscaled on my HD TV but I would like the extended versions on BR. My fear is that when they do release the extended versions that most fans want, they'll price it at £50+ but I'll only buy once it drops below £25.
#17
If you feel it's too long then you're not a real fan.

The books are better by the way.
#18
The other thing about these LotRs Blu-rays is that they aren't that impressive visually. If you have the DVDs I really wouldn't recommend getting them...

Edited By: MintMouse on Jan 18, 2011 16:59
#19
MintMouse
The other thing about these LotRs Blu-rays is that they aren't that impressive visually. If you have the DVDs I really wouldn't recommend getting them...

Thanks! It annoys me sometimes where people assume bluray will be visually impressive, ive only seen a handfull which are
#20
yesvee
voted hot, the extended version is boring...

somebody explain me how do you get walkers code. is it printed on every walkers chips pack???


Please explain walkers code????
#21
callum84
MintMouse
The other thing about these LotRs Blu-rays is that they aren't that impressive visually. If you have the DVDs I really wouldn't recommend getting them...
Thanks! It annoys me sometimes where people assume bluray will be visually impressive, ive only seen a handfull which are

If you've only seen a handful of Blu-rays that offer an impressive improvement over their DVD counterpart, it's your eyes that are the problem - not the disc.
#22
callum84
MintMouse
The other thing about these LotRs Blu-rays is that they aren't that impressive visually. If you have the DVDs I really wouldn't recommend getting them...

Thanks! It annoys me sometimes where people assume bluray will be visually impressive, ive only seen a handfull which are


If you've only seen a handful of Blu-rays that offer an impressive improvement over their DVD counterpart, it's your eyes that are the problem - not the disc.
#23
That's not actually what he said.

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