Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by the_anti_honda, Nov 13, 2003.
I will be
gonna have to wait and get it for christmas here
I'm all over it
got the first now i must complete the set
Can't wait to see it lined up on my shelf with the first extended edition
i have the made the mistake the first time of buying the first DVD release of Fellowship, only to buy the extended version months later.
i gave away my original DVD to a friend, and this time i just bootlegged it off a rental until next tuesday....
those special DVD boxes are cool
kind of lame how they jacked Saruman in the film version
its coming out?
guess thats 5 dvd's i gotta buy now
according to amazon, its novermber 18th.
they're not going to do anything bigger than this...4 discs, 7 hours of documentary, 4 audio commentaries...this is definitive. If they ever DO try to release a "better" edition, there's no way I'm buying it. This is the pinnacle of what they can do with DVD.
i ahve a problem about buying box sets, when i get the first i must keep getting till i ahve them all. like some sort of horrible pokemon
yeah me too
i have that problem with anime
i have wasted countless hundreds on them
Being a trekkie is pimp.
star wars nerd > trekkie
I have boxed seasons 1-6 of Ranma, thats over $700 of just one anime.
Boxed seasons 2-5 of DS9, thats ~$400.
And tons more, so I think I have you beat.
No, what I'm saying is they can release as many as they want, there will be no real reason to buy any other edition. It CAN'T get better than this.
Well... originally he was going to be in ROTK, but I guess they never intended him to be in it and the scene they did film was more of a closer for TTT. BUT the 7 minute scene is going to be in the extended DVD of ROTK.
"Multiple News Sources report that Christopher Lee's Character Saruman will not appear in the LOTR: ROTK at all. From what I've been reading, the scenes total seven minutes and is a vital component of the whole storyline that the 'masses' should see in the theatrical cut of ROTK. Of course these scenes will be included in the DVD 'Special Edition' of ROTK. I've got tremendous faith in Peter Jackson's talents as a filmmaker. I've been a fan since his first movie but haven't read the LOTR trilogy books...yet. (I'm waiting for ROTK to hit the theaters) Given the fact that I haven't read the books but am a huge movie snob, how can you not have any sort of resolution of a character that has played a key component in the three movies? Articles on this story can be found at BBC, Christopher Lee Web, and theonering.net."
exactly, this is the cream of the crop as far as LOTR dvds go