Star Wars Trilogy - The Prequel Trilogy (Episodes I - III) delivered at Tesco for £13.97 without code or £11.87 with code - HotUKDeals
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Star Wars Trilogy - The Prequel Trilogy (Episodes I - III) £13.97 without code or £11.87 with code - FTSL15-1

Next best i can see is £17.83 - so even without using the code its a great deal

Star Wars Trilogy - The Prequel Trilogy (Episodes I - III) £13.97 without code or
Contains EPISODE 1, EPISODE 2, and EPISODE 3 of George Lucas's STAR WARS series. The films are otherwise known as THE PHANTOM MENACE, ATTACK OF THE CLONES, and REVENGE OF THE SITH and serve as a prequel to STAR WARS - A NEW HOPE (EPISODE 4), THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK (EPISODE 5), and RETURN OF THE JEDI (EPISODE 6).

The first of three prequels to George Lucas's celebrated STAR WARS films, EPISODE I - THE PHANTOM MENACE is set some 30 years before the original STAR WARS EPISODE 4 - A NEW HOPE in the era of the Republic. Naboo, a peaceful planet governed by the young but wise Queen Amidala (Natalie Portman), is being threatened by the corrupt Trade Federation, puppets of an evil Sith lord and his terrifying apprentice, Darth Maul (Ray Park). Jedi knights Qui-Gon Jinn (Liam Neeson) and Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor, performing an amazing vocal imitation of Alec Guinness, the older Obi-Wan) are called on to intervene in the trade disputes. Along the way, they acquire an apprentice of their own in the form of young prodigy Anakin Skywalker (Jake Lloyd), or as STAR WARS fans know him, the future Darth Vader. They also encounter Jar Jar Binks (Ahmed Best), a goofy, lizardlike creature who has been banished from his underwater world for clumsiness. When the Trade Federation launches an attack on Naboo, the queen and her allies must battle hordes of robot troopers while Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan face off against the sinister Darth Maul.

In the second installment of the STAR WARS series, EPISODE 2 - ATTACK OF THE CLONES, Anakin Skywalker (Hayden Christensen) is now a teenage Jedi apprentice to Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor). Together they must protect Senator Padme Amidala (Natalie Portman) from a militant group of political activists who are trying to assassinate her. This group is led by the evil Count Dooku (Christopher Lee). But aside from other troubles, Anakin faces some hard choices as he begins to fall in love with Padme, a love that is forbidden by the Jedi knights' creed. In addition, Anakin begins to show his rebellious attraction to the dark side--which will eventually conquer him, when he becomes the future Darth Vader.

In EPISODE 3 - REVENGE OF THE SITH, Anakin Skywalker remains the Jedi apprentice of master Obi-Wan Kenobi. Battling dark forces that threaten the Republic, the duo quickly eliminates enemy Count Dooku, and Anakin proves as he states more than once that his powers have doubled. An intimidating warrior with superior knowledge of the Force, Anakin becomes the pet of Chancellor Palpatine, who is connected to the dark side. Meanwhile, Padme--the senator and former queen who is secretly married to Anakin--is pregnant, and Anakin is tortured by dreams of her dying in childbirth. With Obi-Wan on Utapau battling cyborg General Grievous, and Yoda joining the Wookiees of Kashyyyk, the sage warnings of the Jedi council go unheard by Anakin. His moodiness and glowering are a clear precursor to his inevitable, terrifying metamorphosis into Darth Vader, the dark leader of the evil Empire who haunts the remainder of the series
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This is hot.
I have the original DVD box set in my collection and wouldn't part with it for the world. I was a lad when the first one came out in 1977.
I hate the prequal trilogy, because they didn't bring back the magic for me. It might be because I was a lot older and these films are meant for a younger audience. Maybe I expected too much.... I don't know.
I think I will buy this, but maybe never watch it. Just so I can have it in my collection.
Danosaur1, the prequels seeming rubbish is nothing to do with us having high expectations or them being aimed at young kids, it is simply that they are rubbish films. In fact the whole 'aimed at younger kids' argument is folly because one of the problems of the prequels is they are all about trade federation tax disputes and political manoeuvring, which is frankly dull and goes over the heads of even the adults in the audience.

On youtube there is a breakdown of everything that is wrong with the Phantom Menace from a story telling perspective. I recommend everyone watch it (contains some adult language)
Well, this is the inevitable clearing out of the existing DVD box sets before the basic Blu Ray editions are released.
Then there will be the enhanced BluRay set, then the 3D conversion BluRay set....

It doesn't make this any less of a good buy, but it is how Mr Lucas likes to flog a dead horse over and over again.
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Not bad at all, I think I got all 3 in one of HMVs 3 for £20 deals a couple of years ago. Also did the dame deal with original trilogy, which includes the Lucas tweaked and original theatricals. But they messed up the theatricals as its 2.35:1 but in 4:3 format, (so on widescreen tv with PS3, which can't zoom DVDs, you have black bars all round the image) :roll:

On youtube there is a breakdown of everything that is wrong with the Phantom Menace from a story telling perspective. I recommend everyone watch it (contains some adult language)

BTW if you're going to watch any review of the newer trilogy and the changes to original trilogy, this one has good detail
minus monotonous voice.
i love the star wars films, i have all 6 on dvd, i would love to see them all in FullHD blu-ray
Great, I've been waiting for a good deal on these, Thanks.

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