In the final episode of the Star Wars saga, Han Solo (Harrison Ford) emerges intact from the carbonite casing in which he'd been sealed in The Empire Strikes Back. The bad news is that Solo, together with Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) and Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher), is prisoner to the grotesque Jabba the Hutt. But with the help of the charismatic Lando Calrissian (Billy Dee Williams), our heroes and our heroine manage to escape. The next task is to rid the galaxy of Darth Vader (body by David Prowse, voice by James Earl Jones) and the Emperor (Ian McDiarmid), now in command of a new, under-construction Death Star. On the forest moon Endor, the good guys enlist the help of a feisty bunch of bear-like creatures called the Ewoks in their battle against the Empire.~Hal Erickson
My Favorite SW Film In Blu-ray Steelbook Packaging
When this Blu-ray steelbook was on sale for 9.99 on May 4th, you couldn't pass it up even if you own the original trilogy on Blu-ray already. the collectable steelbook is worth the price of admission for 9.99. However, be warned. The extras are scarce on these and no Digital Copies at all. This set is very bare bones. Only get this edition if you want the collectable packaging or if you must own everything Star Wars. It's my favorite one! Emperor Palpatine!
The Original Star Wars Trilogy in 4K with HDR. The image is clean and crisp! Dolby Atmos is awesome. The only thing I was disappointed, it did not have Dolby Vision! That would have made a great difference!
I've been eying on buying the Skywalker edition but a lot of reviews says it scratches the disc so I opted to buy the separate discs. This original trilogy is the best in the franchise and the rest is... Meh! But since I'm a starwars fan I need to complete the whole franchise. Too bad all of the discs doesn't have any slip cover. The transfer in this trilogy is just ok, not mind blowing. The AQ is great though.
This isn't just the best Star Wars has looked. This is one of the best Blu ray masters I've ever seen. The grain as almost entirely been removed yet the picture quality wasn't affected in the slightest. Plus, this master's color grading is directly based off of the theatrical release of the 1997 cut, a version of Star Wars that hasn't seen the light of day past laser disc.