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DragoonClawNZ

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#561894
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Which version/release of the Star Wars movies do you watch and why?
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For the original trilogy, it would be Harmy's Despecialised version since it still remains to be the best quality for the OUT yet. At times I will watch Adywan's Revisited edit for A New Hope for the incredible things he has done to it and intend on watching Empire Strikes Back whenever he finishes it. I've now gone to a point where I find the entire Special Editions unwatchable, so I refuse to buy another set of the originals until the OUT is ever released which'll unlikely happen.

For the prequel trilogy, I've gone back to the original cuts surprisingly after buying the Blu-ray set. For the last few years I did watch ADigitalMan's and Magnoliafan's fan-edits which were great but I sort of drifted away. I still have a soft spot for the original cuts, though at times I still rolled my eyes at some of the stuff like Yoda vs. Dooku, whenever midichlorians are mentioned and Jar Jar is being annoying. Now that I have watched the Blu-ray set (twice including the archival commentary), I do miss the creepy Yoda puppet, despite the digital one looking more like the others.

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#390695
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STAR WARS: EP IV 2004 <strong>REVISITED</strong> ADYWAN *<em>720p HD VERSION NOW IN PRODUCTION</em>
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Even if TVs don't have support for the other format, thank god for region free DVD players because it gives you an option to watch any DVD in PAL or NTSC. The only downside is if you watch it on the opposite format (NTSC DVD set to PAL), the frame rate is limited. For instance, a TV series that runs at full 60fps will only play at 25, same with PAL on NTSC at 30.