So, I'm stealing these from 1997ish RASSM:
But they're pretty funny. See if you can make some new ones:
Peter Altschuler wrote:
> Episode I - The Very Very Beginning
> Episode II - The Middle of the Very Beginning
> Episode III - The End of the Very Beginning
VERY Catchy. I like them.
Previously, Elson Trinidad <el...@westworld.com> just happened to
>They will be titled as such:
>Episode I : An Oldest Hope
>Episode II: An Older Hope
>Episode III: An Old Hope
>Now, when we get to Episode IV, the title makes so much sense...
Well it makes more sense if they were:
Episode I : A hope
Episode II : The same hope
Episode III : That same hope once again
Episode IV : A new hope!!
-=< Anyone wanna guess what 7,8 and 9 are going to be? That hope returns? >=-
No,no,no its going to be:
Star Wars 1
Star Wars 2
Star Wars with a vengance
Twin Ion Engine <twin...@imperial.navy.squadron> wrote in article
Episode 1: Star War
> How about :-
> Episode 1 : No Hope
> Episode 2 : The Empire Strikes Up
> Episode 3 : Exit of the Jedi
Episode 2: Star Wars
Episode 3: Star War^3
On Tue, 18 Feb 1997, Matt Jones wrote:Ah, no. This is the first episode of the *prequels*.
> Christopher T. Ivicevich wrote:
> > What do you think of "Crusaders of the Force" as a possible title for
> > Episode I? I have seen this on a couple of web sites.
> I want something not so blunt. Like "A New Hope"
How about "No Hope" or "the End of Hope"
Or "A Brief Loss of Hope"
Or "Only Ben and Yoda Know that There is Still Hope"
Just a few suggestions...
Look, the names of the Star Wars Prequels are:-
Episode 1: Land Wars
Episode 2: The Rebels Strike Back
Episode 3: Return of the Dark Jedi
> And now, here's my candidate for the titles of the new trilogy...
> Episode 1: "In The Beginning", "The Clone Wars", "Genesis Of A Star Saga"
> or "Genesis Of The Force"
> Episode 2: "The Seeds Sown", "Genesis Of Evil" or "Enter The Dark Lord"
> Episode 3: "Fall Of The Republic", "Rise Of The Empire" or "Collapse Of
> The Jedi"
> Those are GOOD titles. Anybody have better titles? Let me know.These are not good titles. "In the Beginning" sounds an awful lot like
Genesis 1:1. The Clone Wars is redundant: Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
Genesis of a Star Saga sounds like a soap opera and is more appropriate
for a prequel to Independence Day. Genesis of the Force is inaccurate,
as the Force is an ancient religion, not conjured up 40 years before
ANH. The Seeds Sown=As the World Turns. Genesis of Evil: as if evil
began 40 years before ANH. Enter the Dark Lord sounds like a stage
direction. Fall of the Republic has been circulating for 15 years. I
doubt Lucas would use this title made up by John Flynn. Rise of the
Empire is not too bad, but Empire was used in Episode 5 and I doubt
Lucas would confuse the public with similar titles. Collapse of the Jedi
is incredibly stupid. They did not collapse, they were exterminated! The
title makes them sound as if they were a bunch of doddering old fools
with one foot in the grave.
>I wouldn't mind something as bland as "The Old Republic".
I agree with you. We don't need any 'crusaders' or 'balance' or
'genesis' in the prequel titles.
Here's What I'd like to see
Episode one: Fall of the Republic
Episode two: The Clone Wars
Episode three: Luke and Liea's wacky, wild escape from the big, bad
Dark Jedi ;^)
> Okay, so who are all the sad twonks who think that their title is the1 - Ben and Anakin's Excellent Adventures
> best. This is how it ought to be:
> Episode 1 : Anakin Vs The Volcano
> Episode 2 : Things to do in Degobah when you're Dead
> Episode 3 : What's Eating Greedo Grape?
2 - Lars Attacks!
3 - Night of the living Jedi
Episode 1 : The Jedi Who Walked Up A Hill And Fell Into A Volcano
Episode 2 : Fast Times In Dagobah High
Episode 3 : Don't Be A Menace To The Good Side While Drinking Your
Juice In The Hood
IT'S MY TRILOGY, AND I WANT IT NOW!
"[George Lucas] rebooted the franchise in 1997 without telling anyone." -skyjedi2005
"Yeah, well, George says a lot of things..." a young 1997 xhonzi on RASSM
"They're my movies." -George Lucas. 19 people won oscars for their work on Star Wars (1977) and George Lucas wasn't one of them.
Rewrite the Prequels!