star wars

dvdmike

Well-known Member


 

paul1672

Well-known Member
i would of thought the widescreen version would of been in gold and the full screen version in silver????
bizarre
 

dvdmike

Well-known Member
its platinum and mirrors the vhs 97 ed
 

paul1672

Well-known Member
oops,my bad in that case.
i felt sure mine were gold and widescreen.
teach me to check before typing i guess (lol)
soz.
paul
 
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FoxyMulder

Guest
I get the feeling i'm going to be as underwhelmed as i was for the Indiana Jones trilogy, long wait and not much at the end of it.
 

Jeff

Distinguished Member
Indiana Jones transfers are superb.
 
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nelius

Guest
Where are these taken from? I don't recognise the logo on the images.
 
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FoxyMulder

Guest
The transfers may be superb but i wasn't too excited over the sound mix or the extras, there's a lot of deleted footage which wasnt included on the dvd's the extras were not what i hoped for or expected.

On another note did anyone else wonder why Indiana Jones and the Last crusade has so many appallingly bad rear projection effects shots, i noticed this back in the eighties and again during the VHS nineties and now again on dvd, there are some really poor effects shots in this film, also the scene where Connery blows up the tank containing the soldiers (( the pen is mightier than the sword )) has this scene been altered for dvd.
 

the_pauley

Banned
Why are they insisting on calling it "The Star Wars Trilogy" when there are 5, soon to be 6 movies in the series? :confused:

BTW - The logo is a stylised version of the Brothers Hildebrandt "Star Wars" poster, while the Vader image is based on some Ralph McQuarrie concept art.
 

dvdmike

Well-known Member
The logo is a stylised version of the Brothers Hildebrandt "Star Wars" poster

also the 97 teaser poster art
 

Lex

Novice Member
and why do people want Star Wars in fullscreen :confused: :rolleyes:
 

dvdmike

Well-known Member
they are called ratio handycapped
 

cybersoga

Active Member
Americans still buy large 4:3 TV's because 16:9 sets are relitively expensive due to them being high definition. In this country standard definition 16:9 sets are plentyful and cheap but not so in the US. A lot of them are quite stubborn about black bars on their 4:3 rear projection set's (get over it will you!) The situation will improve as HDTV's become cheaper.
 

figrin_dan

Active Member
Originally posted by the_pauley
Why are they insisting on calling it "The Star Wars Trilogy" when there are 5, soon to be 6 movies in the series? :confused:
That's a good point, when they release the matching set for 1,2,3 what will they call that? The Other Star Wars Trilogy?
 

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