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#1123560
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The Prequel Radical Redux Ideas Thread
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Anakin Starkiller said:

Personally I’m making Dooku the main villain of the trilogy, replacing Sidious in many scenes, as it fits better in canon (although that’s not relevant in this thread), and will probably be easier to pull off.

It’s a radical shift in the story content of the PT. It’s relevent 😃

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#1123096
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The Prequel Radical Redux Ideas Thread
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SparkySywer said:

Anakin Starkiller said:

HerekittykittyX said:

I have an idea for revenge of the sith and attack of the clones I was going to do it for my edit.You can go right away you should add darth mual into attack of the clones and revenge of the sith use after effects and take out count dooku and then replace with darth mual use a green screen and add him in I thought it was good idea to give Obi-Wan and arc during the prequels.

I thought I would post this idea here because adywan is not doing the prequels

Look, we all that Maul should have been kept as the villain of the whole trilogy, but it’s to late now. What you’re asking for is just not even remotely feasible.

I feel like this is kinda the point of the thread.

The point of the thread is to post ideas that really shake up the prequels rather than nibbling off the easier to get to urksome aspects.

It’s then up to an editor to think of how they would do this.

Now it would be very time consuming and labour intensive to recast Maul, film a new actor in costume and composite them over the existing footage.

But one way Maul could be the villain of the whole piece is if his body (as per existing canon) was salvaged from Naboo. He existed as a cowled figure in the second film and is revealed to be a cyborg in the last film. that way the only new footage would be an adjustment to the Sidious footage in the second film. This is doable and not too time consuming and shakes up the story (or lack of) in the PT.

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#1122255
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Politics 2: Electric Boogaloo
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DuracellEnergizer said:

Stinky-Dinkins said:

David Bowie’s Labyrinth bulge was scary when I was a child but as I grew older I began to appreciate it for what it was. It’s the Christmas tree effect: the perception of size is relative to the space you occupy so when you’re a child the Christmas tree is a towering behemoth, but as you grow physically larger it becomes increasingly less intimidating and eventually you realize you were wrong all along: It was never so huge, there’s nothing to be afraid of.

I feel my relationship with the bulge has developed along similar lines. I would string lights and tinsel on it and put a gift or two underneath it for closure but sadly his bulge is in Heaven.

It’s true. All of it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NykiaisQ2LQ

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#1121815
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Terrible DVD/Blu-ray Cover Art
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NeverarGreat said:

It’s the Phantom Menace junior novelization, but I’m putting it here anyway since it’s the first image that comes up on a search for the Terry Brooks novel, and it’s movie related:
Rubbish
For comparison, here are the Terry Brooks covers: Not Rubbish

As read by The Young Americans?

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#1121793
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The New Thread Thread
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TV’s Frink said:

Everything you said is correct. Except for the deal with it part, which I most definitely will not do.

And it would run out of generals eventually. There are lots in Star Wars but not enough to sustain any bombardment.

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#1121744
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Difference between the theatrical versions and the first VHS home releases?
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I don’t know if it was the same for all regions but while the rest of the film was pan and scanned the crawl and opening shot where squished to fit the television aspect. I thought it was kind of cool because I thought this was part of the language of spaghetti westerns and not part of the tradition of adapting wide-screen titles to fit on television sets of the day. Squishyvision still give me a wave of nostalgia.

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#1121735
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Video Game Thread
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moviefreakedmind said:

Right. “Babys first Zelda game” depends on the baby. My “babys first Zelda game” will be one that has yet to even come out.

Closet Queen Baby’s First Zelda Game.

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#1120951
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All Things Star Trek
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Time Travel can cause self fixing paradoxes, divergent timelines, and total continuity collapse. The same technology can take you to parallel universes sharing analogues of elements from your native universe. It’s fun. Like camping.

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#1120947
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Politics 2: Electric Boogaloo
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Handman said:

I’m surprised this wasn’t a bigger headline than it was.
Graham: ‘The war is headed to Africa’ (CNN.com)

I like how he says follow the enemy when he really means follow the mineral resources. The Chinese will not like US neocolonial adventures in Africa. It’s been their arena for decades now. The political elites collect wealth like I collect computer games that I haven’t the time to enjoy. The world would be a better place without them

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#1120934
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STAR WARS: EP VI -RETURN OF THE JEDI &quot;REVISITED EDITION&quot;<strong>ADYWAN</strong> - <strong>NOW IN PRODUCTION</strong>
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Looking up at the skiff shots I’d imagine that if you were really filming a desert moving that fast it would brighter, not as in focus as the characters and subject to directional motion blur. The twin suns hardly ever appear in this sequence either. We only see them in the saga at sunsset which I guess is also an issue for AR:SE.

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#1120933
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A request for help contacting Moth3r
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Sorry, I enjoy reading messages from Moth3r but I don’t know his real name or have any contact with him beyond this site. I miss his dry sense of humour. I hope he is happy wherever he is.

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#1120931
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The Dream of the Giant Fractal Woodlouse.
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I frequently have dreams that sort of overlap with previous dreams to tell a story. Often I dream that my dad didn’t die but got very depressed and stormed out abandoning us as kids. He lives on his own and barely leaves his small flat. Sometimes he has tried to reconnect with my mum but he is too proud to come back. In my dream I got on a bus with a co worker. It’s a summer’s day and children are having some sort of sports day and my coworker is wanting to pass on a message to her daughter. Up on a grassy bank I spot my mum talking to a guy. I know him from other dreams. He has a daughter and his wife died and they are both enjoying eachother’s company. I feel happy for them both but feel sad for my dad because I know he is fighting his lack of confidence to ask my mum if he can come back. This dream world is so real that when I begin to wake up and hear my partner milling around our house I think he is my dad and I have stayed at his flat. The smokers cough is almost identical. My dad died around this time of the year. He was only 50 and I am 47. It feels weird to think that soon I will be older than he ever was and I am still putting him in this unhappy dream rather than accepting he got cancer and died. Mortality is a collosal pain in the arse if you don’t believe in heaven.

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#1120197
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STAR WARS: EP VI -RETURN OF THE JEDI &quot;REVISITED EDITION&quot;<strong>ADYWAN</strong> - <strong>NOW IN PRODUCTION</strong>
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Snaketibe said:

Valheru_84 said:

Depheros said:

Just as a test, here’s the beginning of the sail barge sequence with flipped shots put back:
https://vimeo.com/238829311
It’s more jarring than the original, without a doubt. Although, I do like that Mark Hamill’s face is flipped back to normal now. I think that’s the main giveaway.

Can’t say I found any issue with those shots flipped back, I followed along fine with where the barge was heading and the other ships location to it.

.Val

I quite agree. The viewer can follow the action just fine, and quite frankly I’m seriously struggling to see why it was flipped in the first place, as IMHO this version is infinitely superior. The only possible quibble from pedants I can see is that when they finally arrive at the Sarlacc the skiffs are now on the barge’s left side instead of the right, but since they’re all flying vehicles with vast space around them on all sides, and we don’t witness the entire trip, surely it’s not beyond the wit of the viewer to assume the skiff moved to the other side at some point before the journey’s end? Donald Trump might struggle to understand it, but regular humans with at least double-digit IQs won’t. I didn’t watch that clip and think, ‘My God! The skiff’s teleported!’

Move the models in the right direction to keep the human faces pointing the right way around.

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#1120190
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The Place to Go for Emotional Support
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Great, it might not feel like it yet but you are heading in a direction that will lead to turning a corner. You have taken steps into world which may not be giddy with amusement and endless delight but will eventually only occasionally be sucky. Try to be a patient patient. Human wetware is a bit slow to fix but it’s remarkably resilient. Some further tweaking may be necessary.

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#1120051
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The Place to Go for Emotional Support
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Also be mindful of the fact that Human brains continue to develop way into the mid-twenties. Your body is still awash with hormones and your mind is being put under lots of different and sometimes contradictory pressures. If you feel suicidal thoughts take these feelings seriously and talk to a clinician. It could be some transient chemical reaction which is easily course corrected with a bit of meditation or maybe a pill or two. You owe it to a potential future you not to get caught off guard at this time of your life. It’s an adventure this living thing, don’t worry about first voyage nerves or the need of a safety net during the exposition heavy early episodes 😃

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#1119826
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All Things Star Trek
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chyron8472 said:

Like Bortus (and his mate), from The Orville, who is neither flamboyant nor sassy.

I’m not really bothered by men who are gay, per se, but I really am not fond of men in general who are effeminate, especially flamboyantly so. It weirds me out.

You should work on that prejudice. I have no problem at all with depictions of flamboyant males. But in my experience straight men are as likely to be fabulousa as gay men and there are lots more straight men. That in this day and age having this old chestnut being Star Treks first gay characters in an F-bomb episode is really a step backwards rather boldly going forwards. Galactica did this so much better. The reboot I mean. In the original show Lucifer and gold Cylon were beyond disco.

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