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Star Wars Blu-Ray Breaks World Wide Sales Record!

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Star Wars Blu-Ray Records

Sorry, fans! Looks like you went out and bought it anyway, regardless of all the uproar over the stupid and ridiculous changes George Lucas made to his classic movies!

It's now the best selling catalogue blu-ray collection of all time. Lucas won't learn a lesson from that, no way.

The Complete Saga on Blu-ray release broke global sales records with 1 million units sold and $84 million filling cash registers. It quickly becomes the #1 pre-order and #1 catalog title since the launch of the high-definition format.

If you're upset by something's content, don't use your money to support it! Plain and simple, folks!

How do U feel about Lucas' reward for tampering with our youth??

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4 comments to “Star Wars Blu-Ray Breaks World Wide Sales Record!”



  1. 1

    yeah, I think you are right, Perez.



  2. 2

    What the fuck are you talking about ?
    They are not YOUR films, they are HIS and HIS alone.
    He can do what he wants with them, even bring in Mickey Mouse if he wants to.



  3. 3

    yeah,i agree with curiousred,u cant put every scene into the movies,im actually ecstatic that there is so much new footage.i mean,who knows what the scenes even are.some might of fit,and explain other crap,and some might of not,who fricken cares!atleast we get to see it now.im buying the set for my son at christmas,i so cant wait to watch them all!and i already know them all by heart having a 10 yr old son obsessed with it.



  4. 4

    If something can be improved with modern technology, it should be done. This is why CDs are remastered. The same should apply to films and if that means upgrading the visual element, why not? I also agree that George Lucas can do whatever he wants with these films, they are his. If you don't like it, be content with your VHS copies, you illiterate moron.