Yeah, it's not perfect but I was happy with It overall and I think the climax and epilogue were excellent. As for comparing it to the prequels, I'd put Revenge Of The Sith ahead of it.Same here, and although I have some issues with it, I still think it's better than any of the prequels.
Hmmm, not sure how you got that. Looks like it’s going to be about $25 for me after FX conversion.Just bought the 3D release from Amazon U.K.
Came to $21 with U.S. shipping which is an amazingly great deal.
I will wait for the Best Buy set to drop in price -- hopefully -- for Black Friday.
meant more the OT. I know they are all post conversions.For those of us who are 3D capable....a region-free UK release coming in April: (and, in answer to Will in the previous post, yes, it will be a post-conversion).
If OT is meant to mean "Original Trilogy," it seems to me that Lucas had commissioned a 3D convert of what used to be called simply STAR WARS, and I believe he had plans for theaters, but I do not think it got a release (?). Not sure about EMPIRE STRIKES BACK or RETURN OF THE JEDI.No. There is another.
i recall reading that the new 4k ot scans were done for producing the 3D versions.Lucasfilm completed the conversions for Episodes 1-3 and they’ve been shown at fan events. When Disney took ownership, they canceled the planned conversions for Episodes 4-6 (and the planned theatrical releases for 2 & 3), so as far as anyone knows, there’s no conversion work complete for the OT.
For the same reason, I bought the prequels, which to this day, still remain in their shrinkwrap and will never see the light of day.Then why buy it? This is a serious question.
If OT is meant to mean "Original Trilogy," it seems to me that Lucas had commissioned a 3D convert of what used to be called simply STAR WARS, and I believe he had plans for theaters, but I do not think it got a release (?). Not sure about EMPIRE STRIKES BACK or RETURN OF THE JEDI.
This is not a common practice for me. I don't do it very often.Buying something I intend to keep shrink-wrapped for all time is not something I would do. There are too many movies that I actually want to buy and use for me to spend money on something I won't use. But it's your money, so by all means if you get value out of having a shrinkwrapped disc on your shelf, then by all means, enjoy.