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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Brennan Hill, Oct 24, 2001.
Lucasfilm needs to worry about getting the presentation of the film itself corrected before I even think about buying any other Star Wars related DVD. I would give the whole disc 2 of the current release to have a picture free from EE.
I want to know why concentrate on this when they could be doing something like....oh.....say......STAR WARS TRILOGY!!
Well .... I'd have absolutely no problem shelling out the cash for the 4 hour original cut of the documentary.
I'm all for a 3rd disc. L
If you'll remember, there were some early rumors that The Phantom Menace would possibly be a three disc set. It sounds like they "settled" for a 2-disc set, but now they realize that they could have easily done a 3-disc set and people would have loved it even more.
If this is true, I just hope we don't have to cut up our sleeves for a proof of purchase to get a third disc. I'd rather pay $5 for it.
Bring it on!
While I'd rather they fixed the image on the current disc, I think offering a third disc, that ships in one of Nexpak's 3 disc cases would be a good idea. I hate that flippy case.
Also, with regards to the DVDROM content they should create an interface that can be used on all platforms. The IBM only restriction is crap.
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[Edited last by Jeff Ulmer on October 24, 2001 at 11:54 PM]
For most movies I'd just say forget it. I could care less about the matrix revisited disc, but I'd buy this one in a heartbeat. (Go ahead Lucas, take more of my money)
Although I doubt we'll be seeing this one for $5, hopefully they won't charge a full dvd price for this one.
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I would absolutely buy a third disc for the Phantom Menace. I would love to see the 4 hour version of "The Beginning" as well as the lightsaber duel unedited. We caught a brief glimpse of the edited parts at the end of the documentary on the seven deleted scenes. How about the lightsaber fight on the ramp of the queen's ship? All of this is excellent stuff that most people would love to see. Count me in!!!!!
I'd buy it. A great documentary.
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[/quote]...with regards to the DVDROM content they should create an interface that can be used on all platforms. The IBM only restriction is crap.[/quote]
This question was brought up at DreamWorks last month, specifically with regards to Shrek and Mac. The issue is not at the studio level - it's with Macintosh. Apparently they have little interest in this stuff.
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Doesn't it seem more likely that we'd get an "Episode 1: The Super Duper Special Edition" including all the new material, along with the old material, for like $40 or something? When was the last time Lucas released new supplementary material and didn't re-release a movie?
I'd buy it. "The Beginning" was the best documentry/featurette/supplemental feature I have ever watched and I'd love to see a 4 hour cut.
I'd really like to see more documentary footage from The Begining, so I'd buy it!