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April 19, 2005



I, for one, welcome our new LucasFilm overlords!

Seriously though, considering how much George Lucas messed up with the first two prequels and then messed with the original trilogy. Should we really be expecting much? The only good movie that he has "re-edited" was THX-1138. Such an overlooked movie.


Even if I wanted to stay away from this, I would show up on opening day anyway. This movie is too cool not to see. Any film that brings James Earl Jones back to his most beloved role is good in my books.


I've probably said it before, but Episode 1 and 2 were not bad movies. They were merely inadequate replacements for the imagined back-stories we have all been subconsciously concocting since childhood. The more I watch these movies (especially episode 1) the more I enjoy them. Now, with the excellent Clone Wars cartoons to fill in extra parts of the story, I'm completely happy with the series so far. We'll just have to wait and see how well this movie ties everything together.


I've reaffirmed my belief that The Phantom Menace is a better movie than Attack of the Clones.

I hope Episode 3 beats them both. BTW, fir the first time in the history of Star Wars, I have kept myself clean of spoilers for this movie. I literally know VERY little about it, and I'm proud of that fact.


Anakin is going to become Darth Vader!!!



How could you, Superpope? You ruined the movie for me!


I also heard that George Lucas is going to make a bajillon dollars off this, but I doubt that's much of a secret.

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