The Lord Of The Rings: The Trilogy [Extended Ed.][12 Discs] - £16.10 delivered @ Sendit.com!
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The Lord Of The Rings: The Trilogy [Extended Ed.][12 Discs] - £16.10 delivered @ Sendit.com!

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Found 18th Mar 2009Made hot 18th Mar 2009
Use code: SENDIT10 to get this price ... Ooooh I'd like to watch all these again ...

Each film in this collection features new and extended scenes not seen in the theatrical versions of the films.

Middle-earth is brought to life in these 4-disc Special Extended DVD Editions of The Lord of the Rings motion picture trilogy. The new and extended scenes were carefully selected under the supervision of Academy Award-winning director Peter Jackson.

To complete the extended versions of each film, new score was added by Academy Award-winning composer Howard Shore and hundreds of new digital effects were created.

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I ordered this a week ago from sendit when they had 10% off last week, It still hasn't been shipped. :x

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I got this for £12-13 instore well over a year ago (HMV). Not criticising your deal, just surprised that I got it so low considering the time frame involved. Worth every penny, good deal! Best to book a week or two off work if you're planning to watch them though, there's a ridiculous amount of extra footage!

Good price, I paid £15 for each film when they came out.

Something to think about is the fact that these are being released in High Definition on Blu-Ray at the end of this year. They will be only the theatrical versions as Peter Jackson will then be releasing the Extended Versions with all the extras nearer the release of the new Hobbit films.

Batman2;4678035

Good price, I paid £15 for each film when they came out.Something to … Good price, I paid £15 for each film when they came out.Something to think about is the fact that these are being released in High Definition on Blu-Ray at the end of this year. They will be only the theatrical versions as Peter Jackson will then be releasing the Extended Versions with all the extras nearer the release of the new Hobbit films.



Blue ray for £16.10 - more like £50 + I personally can't see much difference between up-scaling DVD and blue ray on my PS3

Batman2;4678035

Good price, I paid £15 for each film when they came out.Something to … Good price, I paid £15 for each film when they came out.Something to think about is the fact that these are being released in High Definition on Blu-Ray at the end of this year. They will be only the theatrical versions as Peter Jackson will then be releasing the Extended Versions with all the extras nearer the release of the new Hobbit films.



He better not wait to long or Blu-ray will be as dead as the dodo before it comes out. Blu-ray needs releases like this and the Star Wars Trilogy now, not 2 or 3 years from now.

flamingo2;4679938

Blue ray for £16.10 - more like £50 + I personally can't see much d … Blue ray for £16.10 - more like £50 + I personally can't see much difference between up-scaling DVD and blue ray on my PS3



You might need to calibrate your equipment as the difference between a good Blu-Ray movie and a good upscaled DVD movie is like night and day, if your watching it on anything smaller than a 40" display yo may not see the difference.
Have a look over at ]AVForums on advice about correctly setting up your A/V gear.
I know that I had to do quite a bit of tweaking with my PS3 as there are loads of settings that are not set correct when you run it.

Ev0lution;4680527

He better not wait to long or Blu-ray will be as dead as the dodo before … He better not wait to long or Blu-ray will be as dead as the dodo before it comes out. Blu-ray needs releases like this and the Star Wars Trilogy now, not 2 or 3 years from now.



Peter Jackson and the film studio are not bothered about us the consumers they simply want make as much money as possible. That is why the Blu-Ray release of LOTR will be December 2009 (The Theatrical Versions) which most fans will not want, and then around 2012 when The Hobbit comes out at the cinema they are going to be releasing the Extended Versions of LOTR.

On a side not I did notice when watching The Two Towers that there was a fair bit of poor picture quality during the final night-time battle @ Helms Deep during the rain, hopefully the extra storage capacity of the 50GB discs and higher bit rates of the picture will rectify this.
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