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The Han Solo stuff is amazing. I like that Chewbacca's wife has a photograph of Chewbacca rather than a "holo." TAKE THAT EU.


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Crash Override wrote:
I like that Chewbacca's wife has a photograph of Chewbacca rather than a "holo." TAKE THAT EU.


I'll tell you what, that was one of the first things I noticed! Plus there's no Aurebesh, which is understandable.
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Also, Luke looks REALLY wierd. I got to the bit where Chewies family are Skyping Luke and R2 and decided to watch it all at once later, I'm quite distracted at the moment.
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DannikJerriko wrote:
Also, Luke looks REALLY wierd. I got to the bit where Chewies family are Skyping Luke and R2 and decided to watch it all at once later, I'm quite distracted at the moment.


He's covered heavily in make-up to conceal his scars from the car accident.

I thought of a movie that I thought was AWESOME as a kid but might suck:



I'm sure it's still awesome.


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Crash Override wrote:
The Han Solo stuff is amazing. I like that Chewbacca's wife has a photograph of Chewbacca rather than a "holo." TAKE THAT EU.

Is the Holiday Special G-level canon? Shocked
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I think it probably is, but I'm hoping that since George has been trying to deny its existence, Chee and the others have been, too.

Since Dannik's going to attempt it, in the weekend, I think I will, too. If you don't hear from me on Monday, then it means I will have committed actions that would probably end with the phrase 'and he then turned the gun on himself'. Or the actions may start with that phrase Confused .
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Is it bad that I got super excited because now I can finally watch it? It's not good enough to simply hear that something is terrible, I must suffer through it myself! Very Happy


Jaina...trust me....don't torture yourself!
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Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengance. Absolute rubbish. For my explanation of why, see my post in "Random Movie Musings."


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This is a tough one... Battlefield: Earth and the original Total Recall were pretty terrible. I want to see the former again though because it's been awhile. lol.


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I would have to say Star Wars: The Clone Wars
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Darth Bane wrote:
I would have to say Star Wars: The Clone Wars


Really? It's not a great film but I don't think it deserved all the hate it got. Dare I say it was better than Attack of the Clones?
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I dunno, Joe. I rather loathed The Clone Wars.
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Fireplace Scene...
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I dunno, Joe. I rather loathed The Clone Wars.


I thought it was decent. People expected it to be the next big thing because it was the first theatrical Star Wars film that wasn't part of the saga. They didn't realize it wasn't supposed to be the next ESB, and their expectations were dashed. I saw it opening day and I happened to enjoy it for what it was, a TV series pilot.
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Darth Bane wrote:
I would have to say Star Wars: The Clone Wars


I didn't even bother watching it because it looked so stupid and got really bad ratings. I was also being kind of spiteful. My opinion would be that the only reason GL made that film was because he saw that the TV show was a great success and he thought: "Hey, another movie...more franchise...more MONEY!"
I don't even like the Clone Wars and mainly because Anakin and Obi-Wan and all the other characters wasn't even voice by the real actors.
Yeah, that kinda ticked me off a bit. Evil or Very Mad
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