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One Film - One Disc - The way it should be,
This review is from: Lord of the Rings : Fellowship of the Ring - Special Limited Edition [DVD] (DVD)I never bought the extended edition because I was considering to wait until the price was low enough, either via a sale or a market seller on Amazon, to justify the cost to have to watch one film over two discs.
Who the hell wants to get up halfway through the film to change discs? You want to watch it throughout, right? Right!
Now you have that opportunity. This is both versions on one disc. If you can sell the extended edition with a bunch of stupid commentaries on it - go ahead and buy this again. This is what we were waiting for, Thanks to God, and it's well worth having.
I have seen the previous reviews, they say it's nothing new but they obviously bought the extended edition. This extended edition was extended over two discs due to the numerous commentaries on the edition but this obviously doesn't have them, so logically speaking, if you are the kind of person who doesn't have, lets say about 24 hours spare in your life to watch each Lord of the Rings film 5 times over and over again to hear people who made the film talk about each intricate scene and what they did...
Buy this. We want to watch films. Buy this. You will not be disappointed.
An opportunity to have the extended edition of Lord of the Rings on one disc.
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Initial post: 25 Feb 2008 21:56:10 GMT
Last edited by the author on 25 Feb 2008 21:58:13 GMT
Actually with these discs both versions are spread over both sides so you STILL DO have to get up to flip the disc over! Oh dear, the strain of it all!! As for price, that's a moot point as this is currently the same as the extended edition.
Posted on 11 May 2008 20:25:52 BDT
I agree with Zuma1972 ... even in cinema's, you know, the places KNOWN for providing spectacular movie experiences you get intervals and intermissions with long movies AND just because you're not interested in the commentaries doesn't make them stupid ... the extended edition is much better.
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