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One of the much-loved classics of all-time and a masterpiece from award winning film maker Steven Spielberg, E.T. – The Extra Terrestrial is released for the first time ever in stunning high definition Blu-ray.
To celebrate the 30th Anniversary of this much loved classic, the picture and sound have been fully restored to give a stunning Blu-ray special edition. Loaded with all-new special features E.T. – The Extra Terrestrial is a must-own for all fans of high definition to give an out of this world experience.
A lost alien, three million light years away from home. A lonely ten-year old boy willing to take him home. Two lives changed by a timeless adventure and a friendship that knows no earthly bounds.
Winner of four Oscars and two Golden Globes, including Best Motion Picture, ET is funny, moving and unforgettable. A captivating classic that will embrace everyone with its magic touch.
- E.T. Digibook with over 45 pages of E.T. magic including introduction from Drew Barrymore, cast and crew features, bringing E.T. to life, look back at the original E.T. marketing and much more.
- Collectible model of E.T.'s spaceship, complete with working lights and sound.
- Steven Spielberg and E.T.
- The E.T. Journals
- A Look Back
- The Evolution and Creation of E.T.
- The E.T. Reunion
- The Music of E.T.: A Discussion with Composer John Williams
- The 20th Anniversary Premiere
- Designs, Photographs and Marketing
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Steven Spielberg and E.T.
The E.T. Journals
A look Back
The Evolution and Creation of E.T.
The E.T. Reunion
The Music of E.T.: A Discussion with john Williams
The 20th Anniversary Premiere
Designs Photographs and Marketing
Blu-ray comes with UV and Digital copy
No doubt, you can see things that were previously very difficult to see. The beginning of the film (set in the woods) is much clearer, you can make out the various E.T.s and the light looks great shining through the trees. HDR is the winner here. However, don't expect a huge improvement in the resolution. At times, in daylight scenes, I could tell I was watching a 4K film (see the scene where E.T. makes the bikes fly, everything popped here) but at other times, it might as well have been the Blu Ray. [I had to adjust the brightness on my TV to suit the fim.]
Unless you're a major fan I'd wait for a sale to pick this title up. I am surprised this Spielberg classic made it onto 4K so early (as like Star Wars) it's usually one of the last films to arrive on a new format. I'm grateful that it has an early release. The movie probably looks as good as its ever going to look and fingers crossed (after VHS, DVD, Blu ray and now 4K) this is the last time we have to upgrade. The sound is excellent and the extras are plentiful.
The film itself is ok and as an adult I found it a really basic plot. Most of the film takes place inside a bedroom and the rest of the house. It couldn't have cost much to film. Just shows how things have changed. The alien(s) are not frightening and my youngest at four enjoyed the alien and the film overall.
I did notice with the alien ship at the beginning of the film that some of the angles with the ramp/steps down that it looked quite a lot like Darth Vaders' helmet.
Two hours went very quickly and if you never have seen it. A try would be worth it. No foul language and no violence. A good fa,ily film.
We all enjoyed the movie but when the video came out ours was very dark. When ET came on tv we recorded over the bought version. Dying to watch it with my five year old grandson.
In case you have never seen the movie ET is left behind by his own kind and finds his way into an outbuilding where the boy Elliot lived. Elliot and his older brother order some PIzza and bringing it in the house spot the creature. They don't get a proper look at it but the next night Elliot lays a trail of M's (sweets) back into the house to his room and ET carries the sweets in and lays them on Elliot's bed. Elliot decides to keep him but ET is out all night signalling for rescue and Elliot finds him dying. The men from NASA have traced Elliot and take control but Elliot, his brother and friends kidnap ET
back. They "fly" on their bikes (very exciting) and manage to get him to the spaceship and away he goes.
Hopefully parents reading this don't tell their younger children the story.
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