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This review is from: Star Wars: The Complete Saga (Episodes I-VI) Ltd. Edition Film Cell [Blu-ray]  (Blu-ray)
For anyone not yet aware Lucas has made further changes to these film even beyond what he did on the DVD. This includes the final climactic scenes of ROTJ.
Read up on it before you purchase to avoid heart attack during viewing :)
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Initial post: 8 Sep 2011 12:15:24 BDT
C. Stephens says:
I can't understand how anal some of these so called fans are. Amazon should be removing all of these so called reviews from the site, as it has no bearing on the films or the quality of the Blu Rays and wil be absolutely no help to future Amazon customers. Get a life all of you, if you don't like the new Blue Ray HD picture quality, crisp 6.1 HD sound and 3 discs of extras, shut up and carry on watching your old VHS versions. Absolute Dead Heads!!!!!!!!!! This has been grating me for ages now and finally had to say my piece. And Mr Rosku Agrees !
In reply to an earlier post on 9 Sep 2011 07:33:07 BDT
Tom Clarke says:
I think you miss the point: all people want is the original films, remastered for Blu-ray. Even if they were included on separate discs, people would be happy.
It's not just about new CGI. Lucas has added lines of dialogue to what many consider to be the climax of the first trilogy. I think Nev and other reviewers are perfectly right to point this out for customers who might not realise. If you're happy with Lucas messing around with the films every single time they're released, then that's fine. But a lot of other people want to see the films they remember.
Posted on 10 Sep 2011 12:37:21 BDT
Last edited by the author on 10 Sep 2011 12:38:56 BDT
But even so, who but the obsessive fans are really gonna care? I love Star Wars and would've loved to have had the option of the original remasters. But that doesn't mean I'm gonna have a fit over a couple of small changes only someone who watches the film 10 times a day is going to notice. Fair enough if it upsets the hardcore that much they wish not to buy, but most of us really don't have an issue quite frankly and it's so common knowledge now anyway there's really no point writing a review winging about it
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I've noticed you copied and pasted this same rant on at least half a dozen other reviews (although you missed mine)... Did you not feel the need to "Do a Lucas" and change it ?
People are allowed to express their opinions, good or bad, and as for people "getting a life" you are the one going out of your way coping and pasting this same rant to make sure YOUR opinion is heard , but will then complain about Lord of the Rings Trilogy for being the CUT versions and refusing to buy for said reason...Make your mind up!
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