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Digital HD Releases Today
Star Wars: The Force Awakens is finally here!
The much anticipated digital release of the epic sci-fi film is released on Digital HD today. The long-awaited seventh film in the Star Wars saga follows a First Order Stormtrooper who defects and meets a tough scavenger named Rey, played by newcomer Daisy Ridley. Together, they set on a mission to deliver intelligence on the whereabouts of Luke Skywalker, the last Jedi Knight.
While by now, 99.999% of you watched this film – the digital HD is a must have simply to relive the epic adventure, nostalgia, and awesomeness the film delivers.
The Digital HD treatment also includes a great four-part making of the feature which shows the transition of Star Wars into the Disney family, casting videos, highlighting the various creatures and worlds that needed to be created, and exploring the movie’s unforgettable final scene.
Other features include a short featurette on the table read, building BB-8 and, John William’s work for the film.
Another good addition to the home digital offering are the Deleted Scenes. However, this version didn’t have notable deleted scenes such as the lightsaber handoff to Leia and Constable Zuvio which have been heavily discussed to be missing.
Nevertheless, the film looks glorious in HD coupled with the amazing DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 lossless soundtrack. Although the original film was not filmed digitally but using real film, the digital transfer looks terrific. While the supplemental material causes us to yearn for more, this is an amazing pick up to one of the quintessential films of our generation.
You can pick up a digital copy of Star Wars: The Force Awakens on iTunes, Amazon Video, Vudu, Google Play, and Fandango Now. For those looking for the physical Blu-ray and DVD have to wait until April 5th to pick one up.