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#1110320
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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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You joke, but I was actually serious. Carrie Fisher did actually have a drug problem, and having a single long “coke nail” actually is a real thing that really is used for that, which pulls me out of the movie a bit because I don’t imagine Leia getting addicted to Spice. And I seriously don’t know what could be wrong with Yoda’s puppet in Jedi. Max Rebo, yes; but not Yoda.

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#1110315
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Rise of the Rebellion: A Rogue One Edit
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DigMod said:

You’ll also noticed that Empire and Jedi don’t have the red tint.

But the panel on Vader’s chest in ANH doesn’t match up with the rest either, nor does the matte finish of his helmet.

Consider this in line with Revisited

In line with Revisited. My preferred OT is Despecialized. But, so be it.

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#1110307
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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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ray_afraid said:

chyron8472 said:

Adywan, I would love it if you could clip Carrie Fisher’s coke nail off.

Please do not do that!

Why not? I always see it. Carrie might do drugs, but that doesn’t mean Leia has to.

ray_afraid said:

Yoda looks great in ESB, but very wonky in Jedi. so… yeah. He needs lots of fixing up himself.

Yoda is dying. They said in interviews that he was accidentally going cross-eyed on set but they didn’t fix it, instead reasoning that it makes sense to say it’s because he’s dying.

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#1110306
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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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INVAR said:

NeverarGreat said:

Chewie’s introduction in the cell is one of the few changes I’d really like to see in even a ‘soft’ fanedit like this. It’s basically a plot hole that Chewie isn’t captured, since 3PO says ‘Lando Calrissian and poor Chewbacca never returned from this awful place’.

To make it work…

To make it “work” all Ady has to do is remove the audio “and poor Chewbacca” so Threepio says ‘Lando Calrissian never returned from this awful place’ and wala! … no more plot hole.

Why does it not work? Threepio is a freakin blabbermouth. They’re not going to tell him their actual plan. Threepio only assumes Chewie never returned either because he’s out of the loop on what has actually been happening or because they straight up lied to him.

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#1110223
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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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TV’s Frink said:

chyron8472 said:

TV’s Frink said:

Oh thanks guys, that’s two things I’ll never unsee.

You’ve never seen that before now? I thought knowing about Carrie’s Jedi coke nail was like a right of passage around here or something.

Rite

Yes. Umm… that was a typo. I’m not an idiot. Really.

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#1109519
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Penultimate Movie Seen
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Possessed said:

So where in the world and at what point in time does “seen” mean “partially seen” then?

Why does it matter so much to you to belabor the point? Why are you so rude and combative about it? Do you need a hug?

JEDIT: It rained yesterday, so my lawn was wet and I couldn’t mow. Today is sunny but I still can’t mow because I won’t get home until it is dark.

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#1109511
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Penultimate Movie Seen
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Also, I don’t think you understand how language works. The meanings of words do change over time and space. The same words can mean different things to different people. For example, what Americans call “fries” are called “chips” by the English. The inherent purpose of language is such that one person can communicate with another and understanding of intended meaning can be reached. The manner in which people are able to use specific words to convey meanings and ideas is fluid and not fixed, and miscommunication in a common occurrence in society as a result.

The original post did not specify whether or not watching a film without completely finishing it (yet) was acceptable. And the original poster also has not elaborated to support either front. I couldn’t think of what my then-penultimate-completely-watched-film was, so I posted a penultimate-mostly-watched-film instead. The word “seen” does not inherently convey what percentage of a movie must be experienced. Therefore, when I posted I said I hadn’t actually finished it yet. Now I have, but I haven’t watched another movie since watching it, so never you mind my opinion of it yet.

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#1109495
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Penultimate Movie Seen
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dahmage said:

unless you watch to the very end of the credits, and see the MPAA certificate number, then i don’t think you can claim to have seen the entire movie.

So you’re also saying no unpaused bathroom breaks and no chill.

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#1109494
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Penultimate Movie Seen
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DominicCobb said:

But that would mean you’ve seen it twice, when really you’ve only seen it once.

I would have only seen it once in its entirety, yes.

At the moment, the penultimate movie I’ve seen (yes, in its entirety), is now Captain Jack Sparrow and the Heart of Davy Jones. I haven’t seen Dead Man’s Chest often nor recently enough to compare it to an edit, but this edit is pretty good. It still suffers from not being nearly as good as The Curse of the Black Pearl, nor feeling like the park ride, but it’s a good adventure flick.

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#1109453
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Penultimate Movie Seen
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Possessed said:

You’re buckets, chicken agrees purple Jimi Hendrix turbo moist.

That’s a strawman argument if I’ve ever heard one.

Instead of arguing with me, why don’t you talk about what you’ve watched?

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