Star Wars Trilogy Blu-Ray [Episodes IV-VI] £18.89 Delivered - Using Code @ Xtra-Vision
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Star Wars Trilogy Blu-Ray [Episodes IV-VI] £18.89 Delivered - Using Code @ Xtra-Vision

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Found 8th Apr 2016
Use code: XV10

The first three Star Wars films reworked as creator George Lucas intended. Using state-of-the-art technology, Lucas and his team cleaned up the prints, updated the special effects and added new footage. Originally released before 'Episode I - The Phantom Menace' (1999) the films have been renamed to fit in with Lucas's original vision. The story follows the adventures of a band of fearless rebels who try to take on the might of the awesome Empire, led by the evil Emperor and Dark Lord of the Sith, Darth Vader (Dave Prowse). Throughout their quest, Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher), Han Solo (Harrison Ford), Chewbacca (Peter Mayhew), R2-D2 (Kenny Baker) and C-3PO (Anthony Daniels) meet terrifying foes, new allies and bizarre creatures. In 'Star Wars Episode IV - A New Hope' (1977), on discovering a secret hidden inside a droid that his family have bought, young farmhand Luke Skywalker becomes involved in a battle between the forces of light and the evil Empire. Along the way he meets up with a Jedi Knight (Alec Guinness), a roguish space pilot, a beautiful princess and an evil tyrant. In 'Star Wars Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back' (1980), after the destruction of the Death Star, the rebels led by Luke and Leia are on the run from the vengeful Empire. Holed up on an inhospitable ice planet, they are soon discovered and must flee across the galaxy. Luke decides to visit an old Jedi Knight while Han and Leia become involved in a game of cat and mouse with Vader and a host of bounty hunters led by Boba Fett (Jeremy Bulloch). In 'Star Wars Episode VI - Return of the Jedi' (1983), with Han being held captive by Jabba the Hutt (voice of Larry Ward), his friends Luke, Leia, Lando (Billy Dee Williams), Chewbacca, R2-D2 and C-3PO plan a rescue mission. Then the intrepid group must make another assault on the new, more powerful Death Star and Luke must face his destiny in the shape of Darth Vader and the Emperor.

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nice find - shame 1-3 is awaiting stock.

Its also available from cex for £17.50 or £15 if they have one in stock at your local store
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meandog101

nice find - shame 1-3 is awaiting stock.



I know this isn't the forum for it but why anyone would want the prequels on Blu-ray is beyond me. Ignoring the dreadful films that they are - the 100% green screen CGI backgrounds show up so badly in HD that it is almost unwatchable in my opinion. No wonder Spielberg ran a mile!

markalanious

I know this isn't the forum for it but why anyone would want the prequels … I know this isn't the forum for it but why anyone would want the prequels on Blu-ray is beyond me. Ignoring the dreadful films that they are - the 100% green screen CGI backgrounds show up so badly in HD that it is almost unwatchable in my opinion. No wonder Spielberg ran a mile!



Simple. Different people like different things for a myriad of different reasons. Of course, you don't have to share those opinions or even like them, but it's easy enough to acknowledge their existence.

Anyone watch this can please tell me a little about it before i buy, like does the hero gets the girl in the end?

junior37311

Anyone watch this can please tell me a little about it before i buy, like … Anyone watch this can please tell me a little about it before i buy, like does the hero gets the girl in the end?



This isn't the forum you're looking for.

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junior37311

Anyone watch this can please tell me a little about it before i buy, like … Anyone watch this can please tell me a little about it before i buy, like does the hero gets the girl in the end?



The hero nearly porks his sister.

joedredd

The hero nearly porks his sister.


http://i.imgur.com/lKvgfEK.gif

paradigm

Simple. Different people like different things for a myriad of different … Simple. Different people like different things for a myriad of different reasons. Of course, you don't have to share those opinions or even like them, but it's easy enough to acknowledge their existence.


Yes, you're right I should have made that a less personal statement, such as "I personally think the CGI yadda yadda"

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This is tempting, but its just too annoying spotting all the stupid extra stuff. You're immersed in this escapist tale of a farmer boy and this wise old dude venturing out to some wretched hive of scum and villainy, then a bunch of CGI sprites wander into the background from a Pixar harddrive. Watching a young Harrison Ford have to awkwardly step over (by that I mean someone dragged with him a mouse pointer) over a cartooney CGI Jabba is painful. Hearing Vader shout "nooooo!" like a tormented teenager when dealing with the dastardly emperor makes me want to smash my TV over Lucas's head. Then after watching the whole trilogy, you have to see Hayden Christensens punchable face superimposed onto Anakin's ghost, before being aurally and visually assaulted by people partying in shots of the CGI sets from episodes I-III - its enough to make any sane fan want to vomit then choke on their vomit.

rabbitmoon

This is tempting, but its just too annoying spotting all the stupid extra … This is tempting, but its just too annoying spotting all the stupid extra stuff. You're immersed in this escapist tale of a farmer boy and this wise old dude venturing out to some wretched hive of scum and villainy, then a bunch of CGI sprites wander into the background from a Pixar harddrive. Watching a young Harrison Ford have to awkwardly step over (by that I mean someone dragged with him a mouse pointer) over a cartooney CGI Jabba is painful. Hearing Vader shout "nooooo!" like a tormented teenager when dealing with the dastardly emperor makes me want to smash my TV over Lucas's head. Then after watching the whole trilogy, you have to see Hayden Christensens punchable face superimposed onto Anakin's ghost, before being aurally and visually assaulted by people partying in shots of the CGI sets from episodes I-III - its enough to make any sane fan want to vomit then choke on their vomit.



Amen to that brother

Have to agree that the CGI bits are pointless and annoying. In particular, the scene with Luke at the speeder in town when a creature randomly walks slowly across the screen blocking out him and the others whilst then blacking out the whole picture. Really odd choice. If Jabba-the-Lucas' (you seen his neck?!) intent was to confuse viewers, well, then he succeeded.

Still, it's nice for the kids to be able to watch Episode IV, so they can see where EVERY LAST SCRAP of Force Awakens was stolen from.

Buy this then download Harmy's Despecialized Editions to see the films without all the added CGI nonsense

DaveRay

Buy this then download Harmy's Despecialized Editions to see the films … Buy this then download Harmy's Despecialized Editions to see the films without all the added CGI nonsense



I own the 9 disc blu-ray set but to date haven't dared to watch it. I wept with joy when I watch the Despecialized Edition for the first time...

Ordered thanks.

liveinabin

Still, it's nice for the kids to be able to watch Episode IV, so they can … Still, it's nice for the kids to be able to watch Episode IV, so they can see where EVERY LAST SCRAP of Force Awakens was stolen from.



"Homage" to...

Ruffian.

Buy this, put it on your shelf, then watch the 'Despecialized Edition' because it's infinitely better.

DaveRay

Buy this then download Harmy's Despecialized Editions to see the films … Buy this then download Harmy's Despecialized Editions to see the films without all the added CGI nonsense



​Thank you very much for this info
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