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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Classification: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested) (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (370 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001EN71DQ
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 311,983 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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I was expecting a MUCH better transfer of these 3 iconic classic sci-fi movies to be honest! Considering these films had a major going over in the late '90's I noted grain & poor quality throughout - I thought Return of the Jedi was going to be the best BUT sadly the speeder bike scenes with the old super-imposing didn't look good at all. I wander if this has been done on purpose so as to introduce even better transfers later & get us all to buy more copies AGAIN - I must of bought these films a few times now what with video, DVD & now Blu ray + variants of each - surely they can produce an 'Ultimate' version & have done straight away!
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94 of 124 people found the following review helpful By GP on 26 Oct. 2010
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Episode I THE PHANTOM MENACE

Is it really 11 years since The Phantom Menace brought Star Wars back to the Cinema after a 16 year hiatus? The hype and expectation for this movie was probably greater than anything before or since in movie history. What film could ever hope to live up to this hype and expectation? No film ever could. The initial response from fanboys and critics across the world was cries of anguish and pain. Claims of childhoods being raped drowned out the more sensible reflections that actually this movie whilst not particularly great, was as bad as many claimed it was. Now, almost a decade on from the initial release, perhaps the time is right for a more considered view of this film?

The Phantom Menace is the very definition of a "mixed" film. It has both good and bad points, and whether you end up liking this film will depend on;

1. Do the bad points outweigh the good points for you?
2. Do the good points outweigh the bad points for you?

Thus you will find the answer of whether or not this movie works for you, somewhere in the balance of the two.

Some of the bad points; George Lucas's direction is stiff. Lucas hadn't directed a film since 1977 and it shows.
Jar Jar Binks is annoying and tedious and frequently gets in the way, however, as with so many complaints about this film, Binks is NOT as bad as some would have you believe, and you CAN enjoy this film despite the presense of JJB. Children will love Jar Jar, so if you show this film to your 8 year old child, please don't let your loathing of Mr Bink's ruin your child's love for this character.
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31 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Mr. S. Lewis on 23 May 2009
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I recently watched the original trilogy and remembered just how good it was, so I decided that I wanted to watch the prequel trilogy to complete the whole saga that is Star Wars. I had seen the first two in the cinema but missed out on the third one for some reason. I enjoyed the first two when I saw them but I did not really remember much about them since it was a few years ago now that I'd seen them, but I was more looking forward to 'The Revenge of the Sith' because I'd not seen it!

The Phantom Menace - This one is probably the weakest of the whole Star Wars saga but it's a good film and sets the story up nicely for the other films. Liam Neeson was a good asset to this film and his character really brings the film together, and becomes an intergral part of the story. The best part of the film is probably the final battle between the Jedi and Darth Maul, which is awesome! However, the young Anakin does not do it for me at all. Overall 6/10

Attack of the Clones - This one was better than the previous one but still not quite reaching the hight of the original films. The story is good and sets up quite a few of the characters that would later be main parts of he story, mainly bounty hunter Boba Fett. It is also clear to see where the Stormtroopers come from. Good story, and well acted, especially Christopher Lee's character. Overall, 7/10

Revenge of the Sith - This one is awesome! It really completes the story and sets up 'A New Hope' perfectly. It's well acted, has some great action and characters, espcially driod leader General Grevious. He's such a great character! And it's also awesome to see Darth Vader again, even if it's only for a few moments at the end, and a work-in-progress of the Death Star. Overall. 9/10

These are good films, and recomended viewing for all.
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14 of 20 people found the following review helpful By B. Eaton on 19 Sept. 2010
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Having not seen any of these films since the theatrical release of 'Revenge of the Sith' I purchased them as my daughter had already got through episodes 4-6. 5 years or so later and one realises what great films they are. Certainly, there are questionable continuity gaffes and Anakin's transition to dark lord is a tad unconvincing, but in places they exceed the 'earlier' films.

Visually, they're stunning and (without most of us realising) defined the cinema scape for most of the noughties. The underlying plot is actually quite complicated and merits several viewings to unravel the threads of Palpatine's plan. It's also nice to see actors who are in very different places now (Keira Knightley, Hugh Quarshie, Jay Laga'aia, Genevieve Riley, but to name a few) taking part in what would, by virtue of its pedigree, always be a piece of cinematic history. The combat scenes are on a completely different level - the acrobatic hard man Ray Park warrants special mention.

What makes this films so good though, is that they tell a much more difficult story than the 'goodies vs baddies' of the original trilogy. Back when I was 7 or thereabouts, the good/evil narrative approximated my level of understanding, but if this is still your level at 30 then you've wasted over 20 years of your life. George Lucas does a not-half-bad job of explaining how a democratic society gives itself over to dictatorship without even realising it - liberty is sacrificed because of short term fear. The fact that Jar Jar Binks is the one to sell the republic down the river (because he's basically a clumsy idiot) is nothing short of a master stroke.

These are fabulously watchable and a welcome complement to the original trilogy.
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