Et The Extra-terrestrial (Blu-ray/ Dvd/ Digital Copy) (Digibook)
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|Genre||Sci-Fi / Fantasy|
|Running Time||114 mins|
|Languages||English (Dolby TrueHD 7.1)|
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The E.T. Journals: In this all-new bonus feature, retrace the day-to-day experience of creating E.T from never-before-seen, behind-the-scenes footage shot by Academy Award-winning cinematographer John Toll. This piece will give viewers a unique feeling of being on-set and living the excitement of what it was like to make E.T.
Steven Spielberg & E.T.: Watch an all-new interview with Steven Spielberg, as he reflects back on the film and discusses his experience working with children as well as his overall and current perspective on E.T.
A Look Back: A special insider’s look into the making of E.T. featuring interviews with Steven Spielberg, the cast, and others intimately involved with the film.
The E.T. Reunion: The cast and filmmaker reunite to discuss their thoughts on the impact of the film.
The Evolution and Creation of E.T.: From idea to screenplay, through casting and making the film.
The Music of E.T. A Discussion with John Williams: Interviews and footage of the long-standing relationship between John Williams and Steven Spielberg.
The 20th Anniversary Premiere: Composer John Williams played the score of E.T. live at the Shrine Auditorium for the re-release premiere of E.T.
Original Theatrical Trailer
Warren DUXBURY on 24.06.2012
Not only is "E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial" a classic sci-fi adventure film with unforgettable images (the flying bicycle scene alone is worth the cost of buying this on blu-ray), but it's also a classic Spielberg family drama (divorced mother trying to raise three kids without her ex's help; children who are wary of trusting adults) and beautiful exploration of a unique friendship (the special connection between E.T. and Elliott). Two things to consider, here... firstly, although the film is rated PG there are some scenes that may disturb younger viewers - like the "death scene" where E.T. appears to die and the scene when Elliott is drunk. The second thing is the fact that this release is not the original 1982 version of the film. The main difference between the two versions of the film is that this new release offers far better sound quality and has greatly improved special effects compared to the original release. But the story remains the same.