Lucas revisits his 'Star Wars' empire for box set<br><br><blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Hayden Christensen was 2 years old when George Lucas released his third Star Wars film, Return of the Jedi, in 1983. Now the actor who would be Darth Vader gets a magical cameo in the DVD version.<p><hr></blockquote><p><br><br><br>Ugh. <br><br>[color:white]God speed, mikeb. Go drive your Boxster in the big Autobahn in the sky...</font color=white>
Caned!?! That's just the kind of right-wing SS tactics that...oops wrong thread...ok, here we go...Lucas' 1984-like Orwellian revisionism makes me sick...<br><br>Who knows maybe in 10 years he'll go back to the new Star Wars movies (Episodes 1-3) and add a few real characters and actually make them good. <br><br>
And I remember reading that Christiansen was supposedly this great up-and-coming actor when I heard about casting for 'Clones'...<br><br>It must be something with the directing- all these good actors on board, and somehow they come off as wooden when the camera rolls...<br><br>I love Lucas's films as a whole, but he *really* needs to step aside and let better directors take control of these SW films...<br><br>Too late, I'm sure, for Episode 3....<br><br>[color:white]God speed, mikeb. Go drive your Boxster in the big Autobahn in the sky...</font color=white>
Exactly! <br><br>Most people complain that there was too much CGI but I think you're on to something. Maybe Lucas should have just made the whole movie CGI instead of using real actors in some of the roles. I'm kidding but it couldn't have been any worse. I've tried really hard to like the new movies and I like parts of them a lot. They just don't have the repeated watchabilty of the first three.<br><br>
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