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Old 01-01-2011, 06:35 PM   #1
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Default Family Guy - Laugh It Up, Fuzzball Trilogy Blu-ray Review

Laugh it Up, Fuzzball, with the new Family Guy Laugh it Up, Fuzzball trilogy! We all know the story of Star Wars by now (and perhaps some of us feel like it is getting old), but this time, fans of both Star Wars and Family Guy will agree that the Griffin family takes these classic films and puts new life and new laughs into them!

The set retells all of the first three (or the fourth, fifth, and sixth for the Star Wars perfectionist) stories of Star Wars, from the original Star Wars film to The Return of the Empire to The Jedi Strikes Back. The first story, "Blue Harvest" was previously available as a single disc on DVD, and the second story, "Something, Something, Something, Dark Side" was released on both DVD and Blu-Ray Disc last year. The third story, "It's a Trap!," is completely new to both DVD and Blu-ray Disc, and the trilogy (which this review covers) contains all three of the stories, and is available on both DVD and Blu-ray. For this review, we'll focus on the Blu-ray Disc version, as this is the version that we received to review.

Read our review by skees53 here:
http://www.sitcomsonline.com/familyg...rayreview.html

Please post any questions or comments about this set.
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Laugh it Up, Fuzzball, with the new Family Guy Laugh it Up, Fuzzball trilogy! We all know the story of Star Wars by now (and perhaps some of us feel like it is getting old), but this time, fans of both Star Wars and Family Guy will agree that the Griffin family takes these classic films and puts new life and new laughs into them!

The set retells all of the first three (or the fourth, fifth, and sixth for the Star Wars perfectionist) stories of Star Wars, from the original Star Wars film to The Return of the Empire to The Jedi Strikes Back. The first story, "Blue Harvest" was previously available as a single disc on DVD, and the second story, "Something, Something, Something, Dark Side" was released on both DVD and Blu-Ray Disc last year. The third story, "It's a Trap!," is completely new to both DVD and Blu-ray Disc, and the trilogy (which this review covers) contains all three of the stories, and is available on both DVD and Blu-ray. For this review, we'll focus on the Blu-ray Disc version, as this is the version that we received to review.

Read our review by skees53 here:
http://www.sitcomsonline.com/familyg...rayreview.html

Please post any questions or comments about this set.

I may get this someday.

Will "Family Guy" do one for Episodes I, II, and III? That would be interesting in seeing a young Stewie Griffin as Anakin and Brian Griffin as JarJar Binks.
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