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Which extra of the special editions is best?

hutch
Rohan


Mar 22 2013, 12:20am

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Which extra of the special editions is best? Can't Post

Noticed that some versions of the blu ray have a different extra perk. Which one is the best? Post here the content of which ever version you have. Thanks.

Davy Jones could've been Bilbo...I mean he was a Brit with a sense for adventure, singing & dancing. And think of the costs it would've save with forced perspective: he was ACTUALLY 5'3. He also hung out with a grumpy tall dude in a hat (Mike Nesmith.) While we're at it let's just have Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork as Merry & Pippin.


BrandonMata
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Mar 22 2013, 11:50pm

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My favorite extra... [In reply to] Can't Post

... is the VUDU extra "Thorin and the Song of the Lonely Mountain" with the Walmart purchase of AUJ.

It is probably not considered much of an "extra" in the usual sense... no behind the scenes, making of, exclusive interviews, etc. It is, however, a really nice music video made of various clips from AUJ set to the song. I really love it.


sauget.diblosio
Tol Eressea

Mar 23 2013, 12:06am

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I think the doc that came with the Best Buy edition, [In reply to] Can't Post

A Hobbit's Tale Part I: The Journey Begins, is very well done, and is, for the most part, stuff i'd never seen. And it was directed by Michael Pellerin, the guy behind the LotR EE Appendices (and The Hobbit EE docs to come), so it's not some movie studio puff piece-- it's pretty in-depth for only being a half an hour long. i also liked the short New Zealand is Middle-earth piece as well, but that one comes on all the editions i'm pretty sure. But honestly, i'm most happy having all 10 Production Diary Vlogs all in one place, and in HD. I've watched them a couple of times already since getting the blu-ray, and that's after having already watched them at least 8 times.

The Hobbit's Tale doc is up on Youtube, i've heard.

 
 

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