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#1140882
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The Force Awakens - The Starlight Project
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bromeo said:

About the scene itself: the rathtars devour all of Kanjiklub in a matter of seconds but for some reason one of them starts dragging Finn somewhere? Why, oh why? Also… what a way to waste the talent of the Raid cast.

But they don’t though. They drag a lot of them off without devouring them

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#1140879
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Mark's health
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Yes, he does have breathing problems. its been evident in many interviews. What was also worrying is how much his hand shake. He was on Jamie Oliver’s show here in the uk recently and that was quite noticeable. But it is none of our business if he smokes or not. No one has the right to think they someone should intervene. I know people who are younger than him who have breathing problems and other health issues and have never smoked. Sadly old age creeps up on all of us. But Mark still looks in better shape now than he did prior to filming TFA.

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#1140655
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The Force Awakens - The Starlight Project
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NeverarGreat, just watched your hyperspace jump video. That works really well (loved the exit shot and the faint hyperspace drive failure sound effect. That works perfectly). The only thing i would suggest is to shorten the shot when it jumps to hyperspace. That shot is a little too long and i feel it would work better if it jumped slightly earlier.

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#1140621
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STAR WARS: EP V &quot;REVISITED EDITION&quot;<strong>ADYWAN</strong> - <strong>AVAILABLE NOW</strong>
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MalàStrana said:

trimboNZ said:

adywan said:

I said a while ago that the Blu_ray/ DVD versions won’t be available until mid next year at the earliest

Thanks, I obviously completely missed that!

Why waiting that long by the way ? I understand that making a full bluray with menu and features takes time, but if the fanedit already exists in high quality I fail to understand why a mkv of the ucompressed version of the edit is postoned to next summer.

The mkv is already out there. I’m not sure what you are referring to here

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#1140525
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The Force Awakens - The Starlight Project
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Anjohan said:

TIP: Remove Rathar sequence entirely. Proof of point, this took me five minutes to edit:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=736lH16Szns&feature=youtu.be

It does nothing to the story, it destroys pace, it gives us deus ex machina’s, it gets Chewie shot within his first five minutes back into the movie, we are introduced to two silly gangs that serve nothing to the story or the characters and the CGI for the rathars is not particularly good or interesting.

Just watched it and its going to create some problems if you cut the complete Rathtar sequence. For one, why would Rey be copilot when Chewie is perfectly healthy? There is no way Chewie would just lie back, on the bunk, while Han is trying to escape. Then later why does Chewie suddenly have a bandage on his arm if he wasn’t injured? You also have Finn following Han with rey and then he is suddenly back in the hold area. Why did he just suddenly stop running along with Rey and Han when he is obviously after some answers? (you can also see that they run right past the cockpit). It’s a very harsh jump cut that doesn’t work i’m afraid.

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#1139226
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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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A protocol droid being able to feel pain ( or the appearance of pain) and a walking battery being programmed to feel pain are two entirely different things. Protocol droids were made to have a human like appearance and , in the case of 3P0 especially, human traits. These things would have been programmed into them because of their function: to converse with other life forms. A Gonk droid is just a walking battery. Why bother programming any emotions into something like that?

One the main reasons i hated that scene from the first time i saw it is the god awful voice is was given. Suddenly a gonk droid can talk and say “no”? It was given a babyish vocal and sounded ridiculous. If that was supposed to show the droids peril in Jabbas palace, then it fell completely flat and made something that could have been perilous into another facepalm humour moment. And, if it was meant to be humorous, it failed because no one laughed during the many showing i saw in '83, and this was back when the audience got involved with the film, cheering, clapping etc. The droid being pulled apart had the same stupid kiddy vocalising. That type of silly-vocal style plagued ROTJ and then grew with the prequels (and then the new=SE with obi-wan’s howl). Then we have salacious crumb, Chewies Tarzan yell, the ewok during the speeder chase…Even R2 suffered with his now baby like sounds. Ridiculous sound effects/ vocals. These things have to be changed. There are so many parts of ROTJ that just seem like a failed, comedic parody of Star Wars.

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#1138050
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Editroid said:

adywan said:

Editroid said:

adywan said:

Editroid said:

I don’t think he forgot about that scene, I just think he kinda sorta wrote himself into a corner. Padme would have to die somewhere in the prequel trilogy regardless. It is bad story telling to have a principle character survive a chapter, but to never be shown again in the rest of the story.

But her disappearance was already explained in the 6th film, so there was NO need to kill her off. That’s not bad storytelling. What is bad storytelling is to contradict so many things in a saga where the second part was filmed prior to the first part, where the story was already set, but you still end up screwing things up that were mentioned in the original films. For eg:

OT- Owen was afraid that Luke would follow Obi-wan on some damn fool idealistic crusade, like his father did
PT - Owen never even met Obi_wan while anakin was alive and Anakin didn’t follow him on a crusade either as, by the time owen was even in the picture, Anakin was already a jedi and it was Qui-Gon that he followed originally

The reference is to when Anakin went off to fight in the Clone Wars. Following the death of his mother and the funeral, Anakin and Padme are summoned back to their ship when a message from Obi-wan has been detected. Anakin leaves shortly thereafter and three years later, the Jedi are blamed for trying to overthrow the Republic and Anakin is among the casualties in the Jedi Purge. Owen felt that Anakin shouldn’t have left to fight in a war that he was going to lose. This anger is directed towards Obi-wan, after bringing him Luke to raise. This is why he doesn’t want Obi-wan around him and doesn’t want Luke to know about his Jedi heritage. And why he doesn’t want Luke to go to the academy. He’s afraid that he will lose his life like Anakin did.

According to the PT, Owen never even knew Anakin. A step-brother he met very briefly. Why the hell would he have even cared what the hell happened to him? And why the hell woudl he be angry at Obi_wan fro bringing him Luke to raise? That would just make Owen an asshole that never wanted Luke in the first place, so why the hell would he be so protective? He wouldn’t. All of that is just trying to make stuff up to try and forgive bad writing. It’s bad writing plain and simple when fans, and spin off books that come later, have to try and make sh*t up to try and fix massive problems that shouldn’t have even been there in the first place when the ground work and situations were there from the start. A good writer would know how to do that.

Owen knew enough from the five years Shmi lived with him. And the fact that Anakin failed in his endeavors, which got him killed and force Owen to take care of his kid, these are reasons why he feels this way later on. If Anakin hadn’t gotten involved, he’d still be alive and taking care of his own kid. Rather than dying in a senseless and futile conflict.

That still makes Owen an asshole who resents having to raise Luke. Not someone who is actually wanting to protect him. But again, thats just making stuff up to try and excuse the bad writing because none of that is alluded to in any of the films.

And, like i said before, that is enough now.

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#1138046
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Editroid said:

adywan said:

Editroid said:

adywan said:

Editroid said:

adywan said:

Editroid said:

I don’t think he forgot about that scene, I just think he kinda sorta wrote himself into a corner. Padme would have to die somewhere in the prequel trilogy regardless. It is bad story telling to have a principle character survive a chapter, but to never be shown again in the rest of the story.

But her disappearance was already explained in the 6th film, so there was NO need to kill her off. That’s not bad storytelling. What is bad storytelling is to contradict so many things in a saga where the second part was filmed prior to the first part, where the story was already set, but you still end up screwing things up that were mentioned in the original films. For eg:

OT- Owen was afraid that Luke would follow Obi-wan on some damn fool idealistic crusade, like his father did
PT - Owen never even met Obi_wan while anakin was alive and Anakin didn’t follow him on a crusade either as, by the time owen was even in the picture, Anakin was already a jedi and it was Qui-Gon that he followed originally

The reference is to when Anakin went off to fight in the Clone Wars. Following the death of his mother and the funeral, Anakin and Padme are summoned back to their ship when a message from Obi-wan has been detected. Anakin leaves shortly thereafter and three years later, the Jedi are blamed for trying to overthrow the Republic and Anakin is among the casualties in the Jedi Purge. Owen felt that Anakin shouldn’t have left to fight in a war that he was going to lose. This anger is directed towards Obi-wan, after bringing him Luke to raise. This is why he doesn’t want Obi-wan around him and doesn’t want Luke to know about his Jedi heritage. And why he doesn’t want Luke to go to the academy. He’s afraid that he will lose his life like Anakin did.

According to the PT, Owen never even knew Anakin. A step-brother he met very briefly. Why the hell would he have even cared what the hell happened to him? And why the hell woudl he be angry at Obi_wan fro bringing him Luke to raise? That would just make Owen an asshole that never wanted Luke in the first place, so why the hell would he be so protective? He wouldn’t. All of that is just trying to make stuff up to try and forgive bad writing.

AARRRGGGHHH!!! 😠

I guess you can’t handle the truth 😉

You have your theories, I have mine.

Except mine aren’t theories.

But that is enough now

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#1138043
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Editroid said:

adywan said:

Editroid said:

adywan said:

Editroid said:

I don’t think he forgot about that scene, I just think he kinda sorta wrote himself into a corner. Padme would have to die somewhere in the prequel trilogy regardless. It is bad story telling to have a principle character survive a chapter, but to never be shown again in the rest of the story.

But her disappearance was already explained in the 6th film, so there was NO need to kill her off. That’s not bad storytelling. What is bad storytelling is to contradict so many things in a saga where the second part was filmed prior to the first part, where the story was already set, but you still end up screwing things up that were mentioned in the original films. For eg:

OT- Owen was afraid that Luke would follow Obi-wan on some damn fool idealistic crusade, like his father did
PT - Owen never even met Obi_wan while anakin was alive and Anakin didn’t follow him on a crusade either as, by the time owen was even in the picture, Anakin was already a jedi and it was Qui-Gon that he followed originally

The reference is to when Anakin went off to fight in the Clone Wars. Following the death of his mother and the funeral, Anakin and Padme are summoned back to their ship when a message from Obi-wan has been detected. Anakin leaves shortly thereafter and three years later, the Jedi are blamed for trying to overthrow the Republic and Anakin is among the casualties in the Jedi Purge. Owen felt that Anakin shouldn’t have left to fight in a war that he was going to lose. This anger is directed towards Obi-wan, after bringing him Luke to raise. This is why he doesn’t want Obi-wan around him and doesn’t want Luke to know about his Jedi heritage. And why he doesn’t want Luke to go to the academy. He’s afraid that he will lose his life like Anakin did.

According to the PT, Owen never even knew Anakin. A step-brother he met very briefly. Why the hell would he have even cared what the hell happened to him? And why the hell woudl he be angry at Obi_wan fro bringing him Luke to raise? That would just make Owen an asshole that never wanted Luke in the first place, so why the hell would he be so protective? He wouldn’t. All of that is just trying to make stuff up to try and forgive bad writing.

AARRRGGGHHH!!! 😠

I guess you can’t handle the truth 😉

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#1138041
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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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Editroid said:

adywan said:

Editroid said:

I don’t think he forgot about that scene, I just think he kinda sorta wrote himself into a corner. Padme would have to die somewhere in the prequel trilogy regardless. It is bad story telling to have a principle character survive a chapter, but to never be shown again in the rest of the story.

But her disappearance was already explained in the 6th film, so there was NO need to kill her off. That’s not bad storytelling. What is bad storytelling is to contradict so many things in a saga where the second part was filmed prior to the first part, where the story was already set, but you still end up screwing things up that were mentioned in the original films. For eg:

OT- Owen was afraid that Luke would follow Obi-wan on some damn fool idealistic crusade, like his father did
PT - Owen never even met Obi_wan while anakin was alive and Anakin didn’t follow him on a crusade either as, by the time owen was even in the picture, Anakin was already a jedi and it was Qui-Gon that he followed originally

The reference is to when Anakin went off to fight in the Clone Wars. Following the death of his mother and the funeral, Anakin and Padme are summoned back to their ship when a message from Obi-wan has been detected. Anakin leaves shortly thereafter and three years later, the Jedi are blamed for trying to overthrow the Republic and Anakin is among the casualties in the Jedi Purge. Owen felt that Anakin shouldn’t have left to fight in a war that he was going to lose. This anger is directed towards Obi-wan, after bringing him Luke to raise. This is why he doesn’t want Obi-wan around him and doesn’t want Luke to know about his Jedi heritage. And why he doesn’t want Luke to go to the academy. He’s afraid that he will lose his life like Anakin did.

According to the PT, Owen never even knew Anakin. A step-brother he met very briefly. Why the hell would he have even cared what the hell happened to him? And why the hell woudl he be angry at Obi_wan fro bringing him Luke to raise? That would just make Owen an asshole that never wanted Luke in the first place, so why the hell would he be so protective? He wouldn’t. All of that is just trying to make stuff up to try and forgive bad writing. It’s bad writing plain and simple when fans, and spin off books that come later, have to try and make sh*t up to try and fix massive problems that shouldn’t have even been there in the first place when the ground work and situations were there from the start. A good writer would know how to do that.

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#1138031
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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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Editroid said:

I don’t think he forgot about that scene, I just think he kinda sorta wrote himself into a corner. Padme would have to die somewhere in the prequel trilogy regardless. It is bad story telling to have a principle character survive a chapter, but to never be shown again in the rest of the story.

But her disappearance was already explained in the 6th film, so there was NO need to kill her off. That’s not bad storytelling. What is bad storytelling is to contradict so many things in a saga where the second part was filmed prior to the first part, where the story was already set, but you still end up screwing things up that were mentioned in the original films. For eg:

OT- Owen was afraid that Luke would follow Obi-wan on some damn fool idealistic crusade, like his father did
PT - Owen never even met Obi_wan while anakin was alive and Anakin didn’t follow him on a crusade either as, by the time owen was even in the picture, Anakin was already a jedi and it was Qui-Gon that he followed originally

One of many

Editroid said:

Here’s my final post on the matter.

“The part that I had never really developed is the death of Luke and Leia’s mother. I had a back story for her in earlier drafts, but it basically didn’t survive. When I got to JEDI, I wanted one of the kids to have some kind of memory of her because she will be a key figure in the new episodes I’m writing.”

–George Lucas, Star Wars-The Return Of The Jedi: Annotated Screenplay, 1997

“Leia’s recollection as described in Return of the Jedi have no inherent flaws and are valid given the greater context of the saga. But I suspect those looking for contradictions always find them.”

–Rick McCallum

Rule #1 = George revises his own history as he goes along. But the fact that its even explained in the novel and was part of the original script ( including Owen being Obi-Wan’s brother) proves that she was supposed to have lived and that her surviving ROTS made more sense with what is spoken later on in the saga.

Rule#2 = Rick McCallum excuses are common during his “suck up to Lucas years”. Not so much nowadays

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#1138005
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Editroid said:

It’s easy to explain how Leia remembers Padme, without any outside material. It’s because she has the Force. Plain and simple.

And yet leia said that she died when she was very young and NOT that she died when she was born ( which is how anyone would have talked if their parent had died in childbirth) . And that is because Leia’s mother WAS still alive during the first few years of her life when Jedi was written. Silly excuses cannot hide the fact that George forgot his own films and screwed up when doing the prequels.

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#1137998
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TV’s Frink said:

Editroid said:

doubleofive said:

Editroid said:

doubleofive said:

adywan said:

Editroid said:

doubleofive said:

Editroid said:

TV’s Frink said:

EddieDean said:

Just another voice to back up this ^.

While the PT isn’t as great as the rest of the saga, a lot of us here do consider it canon and part of the full Star Wars story. So even though it’s understandable that some want to ignore it, please at least don’t make any changes that contradict it!

The PT did it first.

Examples?

Examples of what the Prequels changed from the Original Trilogy? You can find those on many other threads.

I’m sure there are very legitimate explanations for them.

Explanations made after the fact to try and cover up the bad writing

Oh come on, Ady! You know as well as I do that having someone die in childbirth 20 years after writing that her daughter remembers her is poetic and rhymes or something.

In Chapter 19 of Star Wars: Bloodline (a CANON novel), in a voice recording Bail Organa addresses Princess Leia “not expressing much interest in knowing who her birth parents were.”

This means that in that scene in ROTJ, Leia WAS, in fact, talking about Padme, because Luke clarifies that he is talking about Leia’s REAL mother and the recording of Bail obviously is from before Episode IV, which means Leia would have had some form of conversation about the adoption with him FAR before this scene happened.

adywan said:

Explanations made after the fact to try and cover up the bad writing

The point is they shouldn’t HAVE to try to explain it on a novel decades later. Why not just write the new movie to line up with the movie you made years before?

It’s easy to explain how Leia remembers Padme, without any outside material. It’s because she has the Force. Plain and simple.

“We’ll use the force!”

“That’s not how the force works”

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#1137927
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doubleofive said:

adywan said:

Editroid said:

doubleofive said:

Editroid said:

TV’s Frink said:

EddieDean said:

Just another voice to back up this ^.

While the PT isn’t as great as the rest of the saga, a lot of us here do consider it canon and part of the full Star Wars story. So even though it’s understandable that some want to ignore it, please at least don’t make any changes that contradict it!

The PT did it first.

Examples?

Examples of what the Prequels changed from the Original Trilogy? You can find those on many other threads.

I’m sure there are very legitimate explanations for them.

Explanations made after the fact to try and cover up the bad writing

Oh come on, Ady! You know as well as I do that having someone die in childbirth 20 years after writing that her daughter remembers her is poetic and rhymes or something.

Ha ha.

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#1137923
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Editroid said:

doubleofive said:

Editroid said:

TV’s Frink said:

EddieDean said:

Just another voice to back up this ^.

While the PT isn’t as great as the rest of the saga, a lot of us here do consider it canon and part of the full Star Wars story. So even though it’s understandable that some want to ignore it, please at least don’t make any changes that contradict it!

The PT did it first.

Examples?

Examples of what the Prequels changed from the Original Trilogy? You can find those on many other threads.

I’m sure there are very legitimate explanations for them.

Explanations made after the fact to try and cover up the bad writing

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#1137612
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ChainsawAsh said:

Okay, no Victory Star Destroyers, but I’ve gotta reiterate that I think it’d be awesome to see an Interdictor or two in the fleet above Endor, since they’re trying to trap the Rebels and prevent them from escaping. What better way to do that than to remove their ability to go to hyperspace?

Doubtful anyone outside of the hard core EU SW fan would even know what they were, even after their cartoon spin off appearence. And, without adding a line to explain what they were, they would be a pointless addition, especially when you take into account that Ackbar wants to retreat but Lando convinces him to move the ships in closer to the destroyers. If they had Interdictors there then Ackbar would have known that they couldn’t really retreat. Take away their option of retreating by adding those , then it takes away the whole heroic “stay and fight” angle

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#1137603
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Ranking the Star Wars films
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My rankings now:

1 - ESB (not SE) - This is the film that i most enjoy re-watching.
2 - ANH (not SE) - This one is very close to being my favourite and would have been if ESB wasn’t so damn good
3 - TFA - The first film released since 1983 that i really enjoyed at the cinema and still enjoy on multiple viewings to this
day. This film gave me my love for Star Wars back, that was severely faltering since the prequels
4 - Rogue One - Now this was a tricky one. Another one i love on re-viewings, but should it go above ROTJ? Well, yes. Nostalgia would have been the only reason for my why i would have said Jedi was a better film. But jedi is a mess. For the film that should have shown the Rebels fighting for their lives to save the galaxy, it was nothing more than phoned in performances, really bad slapstick humour, foreshadowed how the style of the films would change when it came to the PT & the face palming “leia being Luke’s sister” revelation.
5 - ROTJ - The worse of the OT but still miles above the PT.
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6 - AOTC - The only reason this one rates higher than the other two PT films is because it was the one i enjoyed the most at the cinema.
7 - TPM & ROTS. Both terrible films. ROTS would be placed dead last for me but the fact that i left the cinema feeling depressed after seeing TPM brings that film down level pegging now with ROTS.

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#1137597
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MalàStrana said:

adywan said:
Remove the new Ewok eyes

Too bad, it was a good BRD 2011 addition, it gave ewoks a creepier look. The only issue with that is it wasn’t made for all ewoks.

I thought the eyes were terrible. Especially the fake blinking they added. They went from teddy bears to Furbys. At least they could have made their actual eyelids blink instead of having the furby style toy eyelids.

MalàStrana said:

This is where the Force Ghosts will appear and the film will end with Luke being alone (which in turn foreshadows TFA).

Interesting ! So I assume the “revisited is only a trilogy for itself” point of view does no longer apply if elements are made to link the OT:R with the new movies (then any “it’s from the PT so it’s not gonna be considered in OT:R” becomes quite irrelevant… so old Naboo fighters to join the Endor battle 😉).

The plan to finish ROTJ:R with Luke and the ghosts at the funeral pyre was always there prior to TFA even being announced. It’s just that, after seeing TFA, it does actually foreshadow whats to come. Revisited was always meant to stand on it own in that it wouldn’t follow official canon. Happily for me though, nothing i plan to do to the Revisited saga contradicts anything in the new films, so that’s just a happy accident. The prequels will also be erased from the saga now that i am no longer doing them. I just can’t bring myself to ever watch them again. The prequel references added to ANH:R will be gone for the HD version (The battle droid added into the sandcrawler scene was only added as in in-joke anyway. Left in a junk pile 😉 ). I no longer have to worry about fixing anything in the OT that contradicts those films. And, even if by some miracle i do decide to do them, i’ll fix the problems in those instead. So no biggie. But, for me, I’d like to start my viewing with Rogue One, followed by the OT, then the ST , as those films are far superior to the PT. Those are the only parts i would like to fit together now. Although you’d probably still be able to watch the prequels with Revisited because nothing i’m doing really contradicts those anyway ( plus i may still be adding the “you’re Mother once thought as you do” line instead of the original "Obi-Wan). That’s just my personal opinion of the PT and i appreciate that there are fans out there that like them, so i wouldn’t really want to make Revisited so you couldn’t watch the PT too if you wanted to.

MalàStrana said:

Remove droid torture in Jabba’s Palace

Oh! This is a funny shot 😃

Ever since i first saw the movie in 1983, i have hated that scene. A gonk droid feeling pain? Seriously? Pretty much sums up the things wrong with that movie.

Editroid said:

The way how the funeral pyre scene is played out, how and where are you going to put in the Force ghosts?

Editing

darth_ender said:

I appreciate the update, especially the funeral pyre scene. Still no feedback on Victory-class star destroyers, though?

There will be no Victory Class Stardestroyers

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