Monday, 7 May 2012

Star Wars: The Complete Saga Review

Star Wars: The Complete Saga

Release Date: 14th September 2011 - Australia

Production Companies
20th Century Fox

Genre: Sci-Fi

Rating: PG
              M (Revenge)

Ewan MacGregor - Obi-Wan Kenobi (1-3)
Alec Guinness - Obi-Wan Kenobi (4-6)
Hayden Christensen - Anakin Skywalker/
Darth Vader (2-3 & 6)
David Prowse - Darth Vader (4-6)
James Earl Jones - Darth
Vader (Voice) (3-6)
Natalie Portman - Padme Amidala (1-3)
Anthony Daniels - C3PO
Kenny Baker - R2-D2
Mark Hamill - Luke Skywalker (4-6)
Carrie Fisher - Princess Leia (4-6)
Harrison Ford - Han Solo (4-6)
Peter Mayhew - Chewbacca (3-6)
Billy Dee Williams - Lando
Calrissian (5-6)
Frank Oz - Yoda (1-3 & 5-6)
Ian McDiarmid - Supreme
Palpatine/Darth Sidious (1-3
& 5-6)
Christopher Lee - Count Dooku (2-3)
Silas Carson - Nute Gunray/Ki-
Adi-Mundi (1-3)
Ahmed Best - Jar Jar Binks (1-3)
Samuel L. Jackson - Mace Windu (1-3)
Denis Lawson - Wedge Antilles (4-6)
Jeremy Bulloch - Boba Fett (5-6)
Temura Morrison - Jango Fett
(2)/Commander Cody (3) &
Boba Feet (Voice Only) (5)

Writer (1-4 & 6)/Executive Producer &
Director (1-4) - George Lucas
Director - Irvin Kershner (5)
Director - Richard Marquand (6)
Writer - Lawrence Kazdan (5-6)
Producer - Gary Kurtz (4-5)
Producer - Rick McCallum (1-3 &
4-6 Special Edition Only)
Conceptual Artist - Ralph McQuarrie
Music - John Williams

I'm glad that all of the six movies of STAR WARS is on Blu-ray, but I'm not quite happy with some of the changes that has happened to the two films of the classic trilogy such as the heroic sacrifice of one of the main characters and the scene where R2-D2 is hiding from the Tusken Raiders. If only the franchise's creator George Lucas would stop making those awful things and start doing improvements that are appropriate for the Star Wars fans.

THE COMPLETE SAGA Blu-ray manages to bring its beautiful quality and better colour as well as a slew of extras which includes documentaries and deleted scenes.

Star rating: (5/5) Best Movie Set Ever

1 comment:

  1. I wish Lucus would just make Blu-Ray versions of the theatical cut. It would sell a ton! The only change major that I am OK is more of the Wampa in Empire Strikes Back. But I did like the CGI Yoda in Ep. 1 better the puppet.