Originally posted by: Darth-Adroit
Originally posted by: zombie84
He would probably still insist that they are his proper vision but he would make the OOT widely available as an alternative. Thats how I see it.
And I'm not sure the ET Versus SW comparison is apt--ET was still a very limited, small release, while the SE was a wide-release, super-marketed BIG event.
Yes Zombie is on the right trail. It would be exactly like every other DVD release. One disk would have the classics remastered, but unaltered. You know George; the movies that won Oscars and launched careers? Those movies. The other disk would have the oxymoronic “evolving vision.” George could repackage and re-release the movies every three years updating the bullshit on the second disk and leaving the cultural icons untouched, warts and all.
It worked for Highlander and countless other films when they were moved to DVD. Why should Star Wars get lesser treatment?
CO if you develop a time machine let me know. We could go and warn our former selves or perhaps burn some critical reels of film. After that we need to erase some hard-drives; we could start with the CG Yoda mock-up and then move onto Jar Jar. With my Military training and your Time Machine we’ll be unstoppable; we can rule the galaxy as “bashers” and purist, bwa ha ha ha ha ha haaaa [queue up Imperial March Theme]