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The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (Two Disc Theatrical Edition) just £2.48 Delivered @ Powerplay Direct
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (Two Disc Theatrical Edition) just £2.48 Delivered @ Powerplay Direct

The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (Two Disc Theatrical Edition) just £2.48 Delivered @ Powerplay Direct

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We've all been waiting for it, and at last the most anticipated DVD of 2003 has finally arrived! We're talking Hobbits, we're talking Wizards, we're talking Warriors, Orcs, Ents and Elves. We're talking the bloodiest and most intense battles committed to celluloid. We're talking over 600 CGI shots and the first fully formed computer-generated character played entirely by a real actor. We're talking the magnificence of a New Zealand landscape that is Middle Earth. We're talking a deeper storyline and a darker direction for our travelling companions. Quite simply we're talking the greatest film of 2002. Peter Jackson's second instalment of Tolkien's epic novel hasn't just raise the benchmark for fantasy films but dispensed with it altogether.

Following on from the events of the first film our adventurers are now separated; Frodo and Sam on their mission to destroy the ring, Aragon, Gimli and Legolas "hunting Orc", Merry and Pippin prisoners of the Uruk Hai, and Gandalf the grey wizard battling with a Balrog in the deep bowels of the earth. As the film continues it becomes clear that Aragon must re-unite the tribes of men or see them fall, while Frodo has his work cut out with his treacherous but essential new travelling companion, Gollum. Without the need to introduce the characters LOTR2 breaks into non-stop action from the word go and doesn't let up, a rollercoaster ride of fights, sorcery and amazing special effects. (The battle of Helms Deep, a massive 40-minute set piece is a particular highlight.)

With a separate DVD loaded with extras this package is as hard to resist as the intense pull of the ring. Don't try to pretend. "You wants it my preiicccooussss, we knows you does."

Features

* Region 2
* Sound
o Dolby Digital EX 5.1 Surround
o Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo Surround
* Subtitles
o English
* Animated Menus
* Preview Of The Return Of The King
* Secrets Behind The Production
* A Look At The People And Places Of Middle Earth
* Sean Astin Short Film The Long And The Short Of It
* The Making Of The Long And The Short Of It
* Gollums Song
* Preview Of Video Game The Return Of The King
* Preview Of Extended DVD Due In November 2003
* Original Theatrical Trailers
* TV Spots

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9 Comments

hot deal

Hot deal! Ordered, thanks! :thumbsup:

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The 'Limited' versions with both theatrical AND extended versions can be had for not much more. The extended versions of these films are vastly superior, adding depth to the characters, enhancing the plotlines and taking them closer to the book in feel and content. Your choice though.

corradoboy;5303813

http://www.dvd.co.uk/DVD/The-Lord-Of-The-Rings-The-Fellowship-Of-The-Ring-Special-Limited-Edition-2-Discs/EDV9414/product.htmhttp://www.dvd.co.uk/DVD/The-Lord-Of-The-Rings-The-Two-Towers-Special-Limited-Edition-2-Discs/EDV9415/product.htmhttp://www.dvd.co.uk/DVD/The-Lord-Of-The-Rings-The-Return-Of-The-King-Special-Limited-Edition-2-Discs/EDV9416/product.htmThe 'Limited' versions with both theatrical AND extended versions can be had for not much more. The extended versions of these films are vastly superior, adding depth to the characters, enhancing the plotlines and taking them closer to the book in feel and content. Your choice though.



nice packaging too, two of those titles are £3.99 @ hmv as well

a hot deal i think tho thanks op, i never bothered to buy the extended two towers, depends on your view

corradoboy;5303813

http://www.dvd.co.uk/DVD/The-Lord-Of-The-Rings-The-Fellowship-Of-The-Ring-Special-Limited-Edition-2-Discs/EDV9414/product.htmhttp://www.dvd.co.uk/DVD/The-Lord-Of-The-Rings-The-Two-Towers-Special-Limited-Edition-2-Discs/EDV9415/product.htmhttp://www.dvd.co.uk/DVD/The-Lord-Of-The-Rings-The-Return-Of-The-King-Special-Limited-Edition-2-Discs/EDV9416/product.htmThe 'Limited' versions with both theatrical AND extended versions can be had for not much more. The extended versions of these films are vastly superior, adding depth to the characters, enhancing the plotlines and taking them closer to the book in feel and content. Your choice though.



I second that, the extended editions are a must see. It is not a case to make more money they have thrown in scenes that were deleted for a good reason, these are far more rounded and complete movies that add much more to the trilogy. If you ask Peter Jackson they are his preferred versions and were just too long to show in the cinema. I watch them as 6 films rather than 3, in fact all this talk I might start watching them again now!

Oh, and the extras on the DVD are superb!

For the extras, the 4 disc 'Platinum' sets are a must with two discs of extras each, and the movies spread over another two discs allowing for better picture quality and an awesome DTS-ES 6.1 surround track (and DD-EX). These are now about £8-9 each, or £18 for the 12 disc set at Play.

the 4 disk extended editions were £4 each in fopp manchester

Banned

pukenukem;5306040

I second that, the extended editions are a must see. It is not a case to … I second that, the extended editions are a must see. It is not a case to make more money they have thrown in scenes that were deleted for a good reason, these are far more rounded and complete movies that add much more to the trilogy. If you ask Peter Jackson they are his preferred versions and were just too long to show in the cinema. I watch them as 6 films rather than 3, in fact all this talk I might start watching them again now!Oh, and the extras on the DVD are superb!



They are without a doubt, the best extras i have ever seen on a DVD, here's hoping the Blu-Ray versions will be out this year with even more extras. All 3 movies are in my top 10.

Theatrical BD's were rumoured for release on July 15, but others think that they will opt for a Christmas release. The extended versions are thought to be being held back for a tie-in with the cinema release of The Hobbit in Dec 2011 (probably).
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