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Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace 3D – Review

When the complete star Wars Blu-ray collection was released last year, it created a huge stir. There was fever pitch excitement from some at the chance to see Star Wars in high-def, and outcry from others over the changes the bearded one had made, once again, to the films. The sets sold massively, though, and it was clear there were still Star Wars fans with money left to spend.

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Star Wars – 10 Great Prequel Moments, or How I Learnt To Stop Sulking And Love The Prequels

Annoying characters, clunky dialogue, wooden acting. No, I’m not talking about the Star Wars prequels, I’m talking about the original trilogy. If you haven’t been hiding under a rock, you’ll be aware that the complete Star Wars collection was released on Blu-ray in the UK this week. The common consensus, myself included, has been that the prequels are awful, and an affront to the iconic original trilogy. Obviously, we were all disappointed when the belated prequels came along and did not live up to our expectations, but upon revisiting the films, i have discovered something. Continue reading