Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back - Zavvi Exclusive 4K Ultra HD Steelbook (3 Disc Edition includes Blu-ray)

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Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back - Zavvi Exclusive 4K Ultra HD Steelbook (3 Disc Edition includes Blu-ray)

Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back - Zavvi Exclusive 4K Ultra HD Steelbook (3 Disc Edition includes Blu-ray) Customer Reviews

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Overall Rating : 2.49 / 5 (207 Reviews)

207 Reviews

  • 59 5 star reviews
  • 10 4 star reviews
  • 13 3 star reviews
  • 17 2 star reviews
  • 108 1 star reviews

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Overall Rating : 2.49 / 5 (207 Reviews)

207 Reviews

  • 59 5 star reviews
  • 10 4 star reviews
  • 13 3 star reviews
  • 17 2 star reviews
  • 108 1 star reviews

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Please change this

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Please do everything in your power to adjust this artwork to match with the other steelbook. Thanks

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Inconsistent

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I'm not particularly a fan of the 'floating head' design anyway, but the wider problem is that its completely at odds with the style of the art being used for ANH and ROTJ. I get that it's the original teaser poster art, but you'd have hoped that common sense would have prevailed at some point and someone would have realised how out of whack it was going to be with the other two....

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Not the art you are looking for.

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While the art itself is not bad on its own.. it makes ABSOLUTELY NO SENSE for it not to match the other two steelbooks. The A New Hope art and Return of the Jedi arts have already been announced and are both the classic iconic poster arts, so why doesn't this one match? Two classic posters, and then out of nowhere Darth Vaders head floating in space. Zavvi and Disney know the art that everyone wants. Please change the artwork before this goes into production!

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Fantastic film - terrible choice of artwork

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Real shame that Zavvi have ignored customers begging them to change the artwork to one of the classic posters to match the rest of the steelbook releases. Still a fantastic movie.

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Empire Strikes Back 4 k

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Disappointing art work as it does not match with the original movie or whats been teased with Jedi . We;ve already had a Big Vader head steelbook with the last round of Star wars steels too. People buy steelbooks for the aesthetic

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Greatest movie ever made!!!!

5

Lots of complaints are this cover but I love it. It’s the 1979 teaser poster for the movie and really captures the threat of Vader. Excellent package.

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The Greatest Film Ever

5

A lovely steelbook featuring the teaser poster and mischievous Jedi imp, Yoda. Can't wait to see this utter classic in 4K

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Poor Artwork

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Someone really dropped the ball with the choice of artwork. My 1st every Zavvi review & Twitter is awash with negative comments & Zavvi have never had the decency to respond.

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Terrible front artwork ruins look

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Front artwork doesn’t match the original poster art on the rest of the Star Wars steelbooks range. Steelbooks are supposed to be collectible. No one wants some random pre-release teaser poster instead of the classic original artwork. Why Zavvi, why?

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Not the art you're looking for

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This design uses an early teaser poster and not the theatrical release poster. As such it does not match with the designs used for the Episode 4 & 6 steelbooks. From social media it is clear that nobody wants this mismatched design. Please change it so that Empire uses the matching painted poster.

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