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The time has finally come. After years of waiting, complaining, and mindless petitions a Star Wars movie is hitting DVD. It isn't the original, or either of the two sequels, but its still a Star Was movie and it is one mighty fine DVD.

On October 16th, Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace will hit stores in a two disc special feature packed DVD. On the first disc you get the movie in a 2:35 anamorphic widescreen transfer with a Dolby Digital 5.1 EX soundtrack and an audio commentary featuring George Lucas and multiple members of the creative force. The second saucer is packed with deleted scenes, an absolutely excellent hour-long documentary movie, all of the web documentaries, the theatrical trailers, seven TV spots, and more.

Since this first Star Wars DVD is truly a big event for the DVD format, and the fact that I am a super fanatical Star Wars fan and want to devote a lot of attention to the disc, I'm doing this review in a different way from the standard reviews you'd find on the site. It features multiple pages with each one focusing on a specific part of the DVD; be it the movie, video, audio or extras with the special features being broken up into multiple pages to better focus on the tons of goodies that you find on disc two.

Previsualization, essentially computer animated storyboards, was taken to a new level with Episode I — the entire film was done in “previz” before shooting began.

During the film's centerpiece Podrace scene, model makers used hundreds of Q-tips to create the illusion of attendees in a crowded arena.

Visual effects supervisor John Knoll (left) and director of photography David Tattersall (right) worked closely throughout production.

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The time has finally come. After years of waiting, complaining, and mindless petitions a Star Wars movie is hitting DVD. It isn't the original, or either of the two sequels, but its still a Star Was movie and it is one mighty fine DVD.

On October 16th, Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace will hit stores in a two disc special feature packed DVD. On the first disc you get the movie in a 2:35 anamorphic widescreen transfer with a Dolby Digital 5.1 EX soundtrack and an audio commentary featuring George Lucas and multiple members of the creative force. The second saucer is packed with deleted scenes, an absolutely excellent hour-long documentary movie, all of the web documentaries, the theatrical trailers, seven TV spots, and more.

Since this first Star Wars DVD is truly a big event for the DVD format, and the fact that I am a super fanatical Star Wars fan and want to devote a lot of attention to the disc, I'm doing this review in a different way from the standard reviews you'd find on the site. It features multiple pages with each one focusing on a specific part of the DVD; be it the movie, video, audio or extras with the special features being broken up into multiple pages to better focus on the tons of goodies that you find on disc two.

Previsualization, essentially computer animated storyboards, was taken to a new level with Episode I — the entire film was done in “previz” before shooting began.

During the film's centerpiece Podrace scene, model makers used hundreds of Q-tips to create the illusion of attendees in a crowded arena.

Visual effects supervisor John Knoll (left) and director of photography David Tattersall (right) worked closely throughout production.

Contact your hosting provider letting them know your web server is not completing requests. An Error 522 means that the request was able to connect to your web server, but that the request didn't finish. The most likely cause is that something on your server is hogging resources. Additional troubleshooting information here.

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The time has finally come. After years of waiting, complaining, and mindless petitions a Star Wars movie is hitting DVD. It isn't the original, or either of the two sequels, but its still a Star Was movie and it is one mighty fine DVD.

On October 16th, Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace will hit stores in a two disc special feature packed DVD. On the first disc you get the movie in a 2:35 anamorphic widescreen transfer with a Dolby Digital 5.1 EX soundtrack and an audio commentary featuring George Lucas and multiple members of the creative force. The second saucer is packed with deleted scenes, an absolutely excellent hour-long documentary movie, all of the web documentaries, the theatrical trailers, seven TV spots, and more.

Since this first Star Wars DVD is truly a big event for the DVD format, and the fact that I am a super fanatical Star Wars fan and want to devote a lot of attention to the disc, I'm doing this review in a different way from the standard reviews you'd find on the site. It features multiple pages with each one focusing on a specific part of the DVD; be it the movie, video, audio or extras with the special features being broken up into multiple pages to better focus on the tons of goodies that you find on disc two.

The time has finally come. After years of waiting, complaining, and mindless petitions a Star Wars movie is hitting DVD. It isn't the original, or either of the two sequels, but its still a Star Was movie and it is one mighty fine DVD.

On October 16th, Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace will hit stores in a two disc special feature packed DVD. On the first disc you get the movie in a 2:35 anamorphic widescreen transfer with a Dolby Digital 5.1 EX soundtrack and an audio commentary featuring George Lucas and multiple members of the creative force. The second saucer is packed with deleted scenes, an absolutely excellent hour-long documentary movie, all of the web documentaries, the theatrical trailers, seven TV spots, and more.

Since this first Star Wars DVD is truly a big event for the DVD format, and the fact that I am a super fanatical Star Wars fan and want to devote a lot of attention to the disc, I'm doing this review in a different way from the standard reviews you'd find on the site. It features multiple pages with each one focusing on a specific part of the DVD; be it the movie, video, audio or extras with the special features being broken up into multiple pages to better focus on the tons of goodies that you find on disc two.

Previsualization, essentially computer animated storyboards, was taken to a new level with Episode I — the entire film was done in “previz” before shooting began.

During the film's centerpiece Podrace scene, model makers used hundreds of Q-tips to create the illusion of attendees in a crowded arena.

Visual effects supervisor John Knoll (left) and director of photography David Tattersall (right) worked closely throughout production.

The time has finally come. After years of waiting, complaining, and mindless petitions a Star Wars movie is hitting DVD. It isn't the original, or either of the two sequels, but its still a Star Was movie and it is one mighty fine DVD.

On October 16th, Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace will hit stores in a two disc special feature packed DVD. On the first disc you get the movie in a 2:35 anamorphic widescreen transfer with a Dolby Digital 5.1 EX soundtrack and an audio commentary featuring George Lucas and multiple members of the creative force. The second saucer is packed with deleted scenes, an absolutely excellent hour-long documentary movie, all of the web documentaries, the theatrical trailers, seven TV spots, and more.

Since this first Star Wars DVD is truly a big event for the DVD format, and the fact that I am a super fanatical Star Wars fan and want to devote a lot of attention to the disc, I'm doing this review in a different way from the standard reviews you'd find on the site. It features multiple pages with each one focusing on a specific part of the DVD; be it the movie, video, audio or extras with the special features being broken up into multiple pages to better focus on the tons of goodies that you find on disc two.

Previsualization, essentially computer animated storyboards, was taken to a new level with Episode I — the entire film was done in “previz” before shooting began.

During the film's centerpiece Podrace scene, model makers used hundreds of Q-tips to create the illusion of attendees in a crowded arena.

Visual effects supervisor John Knoll (left) and director of photography David Tattersall (right) worked closely throughout production.

Contact your hosting provider letting them know your web server is not completing requests. An Error 522 means that the request was able to connect to your web server, but that the request didn't finish. The most likely cause is that something on your server is hogging resources. Additional troubleshooting information here.

Cloudflare Ray ID: 3e60e7559dea9077 • Your IP : 62.109.12.231 • Performance & security by Cloudflare

GAME NAME Star Wars Episode 1 Racer LANGUAGE Multi RELEASE DATE 1999 GENRE Racing SIZE 0,4 Gb Info Star Wars Episode 1: Racer Free Download PC Game Cracked in Direct Link and Torrent. Star Wars Episode 1: Racer is a racing game released by LucasArts.

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