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Entertainment At Its Best
This long-awaited DVD set of the Indiana Jones trilogy is a classy set built for the fan. However, the DVD-extras junky will be disappointed because there's not a bevy of extras: no storyboards, galleries, commentaries, or long-rumored deleted scenes. The three films are the real star here, restored frame by frame and--blessedly--unchanged from their initial release (the first movie has been retitled on the packaging only). Anyone who has grown up with TV airings will be amazed by what they see, as everything seems to glow. The three hours on the bonus disc are quite entertaining, and far warmer then your standard PR piece. The newly produced 127-minute documentary is put together chronologically through each movie, so it works as a good substitute for the lack of a commentary track. Lots of behind-the-scenes footage is laced with new interviews of every major living actor and crew member including stuntmen and even a bit player (Alfred Molina, talking about his first role in Raiders). They tell us many things we have heard, and many we haven't (like how the film company became a rat breeder for Last Crusade). And Spielberg enjoys showing us how an editor can save a scene or--ironically--how much creative fun went into special effects before the computer took over. Rounding out the extras are featurettes on the music, sound, and--too briefly--special effects, and stunts. --Doug Thomas
Great price. WE love this series. It's the perfect thing to do on a weekend.Published 5 days ago by shannon martin
Pretty good movies, just like I like 'em. made me go to disney to see the Indiana Jones area. It does have a story to tell which what I like about it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Buttler
Although I am a 75-year-old grandmother and probably shouldn't admit it, I love these movies. Got tired of waiting to see them on TV, so ordered this used set, always a gamble of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by HeatherTee
This didn't come with the Crystal Skull. instead it came with the bonus material disc.Published 1 month ago by Marci
I have the VHS versions and Players are becoming difficult to find. A DVD (digital) is far better and you can skip around far easier than with VHS. Read morePublished 2 months ago by clp
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especially where they go into the tunnel, and short round says "no indy big mistake, the left tunnell, the left tunnell !"
Apr 8, 2006 by Michael J. Ortiz | See all 3 posts
|Why are scenes missing from Raiders of the Lost Ark in this set?||
Kind of late, but anyway. I don't remember having seen the burned impression of the medallion in Toht's hand in the first scene. The second scene you're talking about is about 57:31 of the Raiders' DVD.
Nov 29, 2011 by Camilo Rodrguez | See all 2 posts
I have to agree, "Temple" is good. The only problem in it I could see was the woman that constantly played the damsel in distress but wouldn't thank Indy for saving her. Plus the little boy was a little annoying with his "Docta Jownes Docta Jownes" every three minutes.
May 10, 2008 by Quote | See all 3 posts
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