Conclusion: One of the best Blu-Ray box sets I have, you can really notice the difference in picture and sound quality. Must have watched each film around 20 times now, I could never get bored of them.
Conclusion: I am perplexed by the people who are complaining that this box set has not got the extended versions of the films, it never claimed to have , it is simply the theatrical releases on blu ray at an excellent price.The blu ray transfer is brilliant and is a clear improvement on my dvd copies of the...
Conclusion: The quality of these versions of lotr isn't bad,the two towers is better than the fellowship with rotk being the best,I am a fan but these are not my favourite films,so for the price I am more than happy...plus the films are on a single disc!
Conclusion: Do NOT be put off because they are not extended versions! This boxset is absolutely amazing. I already own all three films on DVD, but they are no match for this set. Easily the best Blu Ray set I have bought in a while.
Don't be put off by this only being theatrical versions...
20 September 2013
Conclusion: I was totally against buying this blu ray box set as I wanted to hold out and get the extended editions box set, of which, I hope one day I still might but after watching all three again I thoroughly reccomend this brilliant set as for 15 pounds it is without a doubt money well spent.
Conclusion: 3 original release films with lots of extras on Blu Ray. I'm not the biggest LOTR fan but I do like them, so I am happy with the cinema releases, and have no interest in spending an extra 30 quid for a longer running time and some more extras. Another great buy from Play.