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#1119336
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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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Sorry about this but I just now read the previous posts.

I understand what’s being said about the editor with the 180 degrees rule and that they were flipped for a reason, its just really jarring to me that Chewbacca would have his bandolier worn in that position when no other depiction of him (of any kind) has him wearing it that way.

timdiggerm said:

Unless the birthmark is pretty prominent throughout the Jabba’s Palace sequences, seems like erasing it in that one shot is the best solution.

It appears three more times.


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#1119153
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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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Throughout the OT Chewbacca always wears his bandolier belt from the left shoulder to the right hip but in this one scene on the skiff on their way to the sarlacc pit, Chewbacca has it worn in reverse from the right shoulder to the left hip until they arrive at the sarlacc pit and its back to its original position indicating that during this scene these shots were flipped.







NOTE: If the shots in the above scene were flipped then there is a possibility that the theatrical shot below might have been flipped also.

In the shot when Jabba pulls Leia toward him saying “Soon you will learn to appreciate me”, Jabba’s drink is on the other hand and Carrie Fisher’s birthmark which normally is on the right side of her back is shown on the left showing that this shot was flipped.

When Luke is on the plank he nods to Lando who’s standing to his right then when Jabba says “Put him in”, in the shot of the Weequay forcing him off the plank Lando is suddenly shown on the left side of the skiff. Then when Luke jumps in the air, reclaims his lightsaber, and fights the guards, Lando is shown on the right side of the skiff again showing that the shot of the Weequay forcing Luke off the plank was flipped.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nAnkFVaKnec&t=2m32s



When Boba Fett lands on the skiff and aims his blaster at Luke, the muzzle starts to explode one frame before Luke even strikes it with his lightsaber.




When Luke goes to jump from one skiff to another, you can see that his lightsaber is no longer glowing but is holding a stunt prop instead.

This one has always bugged me whenever I watched the film.
When Vader is lifting the Emperor right when he’s going to throw him into the shaft, you can clearly see that its a fake dummy being thrown.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lbbG02LB7g0&t=1m54s

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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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Darth Lucas said:

I don’t have a picture of this right now, but after Vader throws the emperor down the shaft, it’s pretty obvious his hand is underneath his too-long sleeve. You can even see his wrist is bent. It’s a small thing, but one that bugs me every time I watch the movie.


You can even notice Vader’s too-long sleeve with the wrist bent afterwards in the shot when Luke pulls him away from the shaft.

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#1118218
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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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When Vader’s shuttle is landing in the second DS there is a scaffolding struture on the left side of it, but then in the next close up shot of the shuttle it’s no longer there.

When R2 plays Luke’s holographic message to Jabba, Luke’s lightsaber is shown clipped to the right side of his body. Then before the message ends a brief shot of Luke’s hologram is visible showing his lightsaber clipped to the left side of his body indicating that in all previous shots of Luke before the one with the message ending, Luke’s holographic image was flipped.


NOTE: In the film Luke keeps his lightsaber clipped to the left side of his body (this is also true in TESB).

During R2’s holographic message of Luke to Jabba in the shot showing Jabba and Bib Fortuna then panning down to Salacious Crumb, the smoke coming from Jabba’s pipe is going inward and the bubbles in the bong are flowing downward indicating that this shot was played in reverse.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JFPHNLjCvI&t=1m0s

In the scene when “Leia” pulls out the thermal detonator in front of Jabba, the shots showing Boba Fett during this are flipped due to his helmets antenna being on the left side.


On Jabba’s sail barge when Luke is shot on his mechanical hand by a blaster the injury from the shot is already visible on his hand before he’s even shot and when he is shot he’s actually shot on the sleeve.



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#1117332
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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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During the Rancor sequence in a full frontal shot of it while Luke is trying to find a way out (or any other full frontal shot of it) there’s supposedly a puppeteer’s blue clothed arm visibly operating the Rancor on its left side (right side of the screen for the viewer). While the Rancor’s surroundings are dark, I either need my eyes checked or it just isn’t there .

If anyone else here could try and locate this error and point out where this is visible, would be greatly appreciated.

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#1116799
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Tantive3+1 said:

These suggestions are going nowhere. I don’t know how many of these shots will be kept in the edit, but maybe these suggestions might help

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=A8dJlP_yFTI

Also (I didn’t see this listed anywhere or if it was already discussed) the scene when Obi-wan tells Luke about his sister, I would suggest if his force ghost be enhanced with the force glow like in TESB:R and maybe at the ending too with Obi-wan, Anakin (Sebastian Shaw), and Yoda.

The steel bar here is already pre-cut before Luke even strikes it.

In the scene when Jabba eats the frog-like creature from the water bowl and then “Leia” enters with Chewbacca chained up “to collect the bounty on him”, in the next shot showing Jabba the frog-like creature is shown in the water bowl again.



In this shot the matte painting here that’s meant to be Lando hanging from the skiff is poorly drawn.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nAnkFVaKnec&t=3m58s

When Luke removes Vader’s helmet revealing Anakin’s face the breathing apparatus partially covers his mouth and chin completely. Then when Luke lowers his head after his father dies, Anakin’s mouth and chin are clearly visible with the breathing apparatus gone.

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#1115575
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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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These suggestions are going nowhere. I don’t know how many of these shots will be kept in the edit, but maybe these suggestions might help

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=A8dJlP_yFTI

Also (I didn’t see this listed anywhere or if it was already discussed) the scene when Obi-wan tells Luke about his sister, I would suggest if his force ghost be enhanced with the force glow like in TESB:R and maybe at the ending too with Obi-wan, Anakin (Sebastian Shaw), and Yoda.

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#1112466
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Jackpumpkinhead said:

I don’t think I agree with any of the camo-trooper talk here. I mean we didn’t really see any sand camo-troopers on tatooine, or snow camo-troopers on Ho…oh, never mind.

But in all seriousness, why make any of them camoflouged just because you can. I mean, isn’t that the kind of stuff most of you guys here hate about the SE, that Lucas just added crap because he could. Updating SFX, and correcting continuity errors etc. is one thing, but adding stuff to the movie just to cram it in there is superfluous IMHO.

I 100% agree with this.

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#1111846
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doubleofive said:

Tantive3+1 said:

I can’t remember where I read this but adywan had said he was planning to use toy models or something like that for some of the Jabba’s Palace creature’s, like the Gamorreans.

Am I wrong about this?

I don’t recall anything like this. He’s modifying a toy of the Falcon for some matte work, but nothing about creatures.

It was something to do about changing or manipulating their movements.

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#1111365
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Terminator films
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A proper continuation after T2 would have been a backstory film showing in the beginning Skynet being developed and then becoming self-aware launching nukes to Russia and then Russia retaliating by launching nukes to the US.

The few human survivors that are left are gathered up by the machines to work in camps branded by laserscan. John Connor saves the humans from the camps and they form the human resistance with John Connor being their leader teaching them how to fight back against the machines.

The war rages on for years until near the end, as depicted in the draft of the original opening to T2, the resistance smashes Skynets defense grid and the machines become inactive winning the war for them but as a last ditch effort Skynet sends back two terminators

The resistance learns of this and capture’s the lab complex with the time displacement equipment and after Kyle Reese “volunteers” and is ready to go through John tells him to give his mother a message for him (as depicted in T1). After Reese is sent back John finds the room with the unactivated terminators and see’s the one from T2.

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