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Chase Adams

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#1322113
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Fixing The Last Jedi's 'COMEDY OF ERRORS' - <em>FINISHED!</em> Clip AVAILABLE!
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If you’re full of creative ideas OR a talented voice actor… This is the place to be!

A recurring theme in Disney’s Star Wars Episode VIII The Last Jedi is failure.
Yoda’s force ghost directly gives Luke this message in the film.

The resistance, despite only just managing to pull through at the very end, ultimatly fails in keeping evryone alive and safe. Ending the film with only a handful of them left.

The sequence of events in this film has been described by the great Mr Harry Plinkett as: ‘a comedy of errors’ a form of narrative stemming from the early Shakespeare play: The Comedy of Errors.

This type of structure is when a single mistake made by a charcter creates a tumbling snowball effect. Meaning that it is followed by a series of endless new disasters and tragedies each with worse and worse implictaions.

The ultimate failure of the resistance and the countless losses of life on their behalf can be traced back to a single, poor decision made: Finn and Rose getting a parking ticket.

That’s right folks! In this installment of the Skywalker Saga the heroes lose and everyone dies because someone parked their spaceship in the wrong spot!

This bizarrely written and strangly executed turn of events can be re-shaped however. It is my intention that in my personal fanedit of TLJ (for which I will create a seperate topic) I will attempt to alter this single action in a way that makes the turn of events seem somewhat less ridiculous and more like a Star Wars movie.

This can be achieved by redubbing the alien that gets Finn and Rose arrested.
https://starwars.fandom.com/wiki/Slowen_Lo

I was hoping to have someone re-record his lines so that it seems as if they get arrested for a more serious and less stupid reason than a parking ticket.

I now turn to you guys and encourage any suggestions!

The question I ask is:
What should the alien tell the police Finn and Rose have done wrong that gets them arrested?

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#1320118
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The Rise of Skywalker: Ascendant (Released)
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specialk2121 said:

Also a suggestion: Maybe add Palpatine’s laugh somewhere in Rey’s force vision in Episode VII. It might be too on the nose but it could be cool if you heard it when we see Rey’s parents leaving her on Jakku.

I was thinking of something similar for my TFA edit, it’s also a little too on the nose but it could work if done right.

I thought that I could add Palpatine’s line:
“Once more the Sith will rule the galaxy!” from RotS into Rey’s vision.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m3sxDlDxzac

Since at that point in the timeline Palpatine was preparing his return and the Sith ruling the galaxy once again.

Just a thought.

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#1300449
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STAR WARS: EP VI -RETURN OF THE JEDI &quot;REVISITED EDITION&quot;<strong>ADYWAN</strong> - ** PRODUCTION HAS NOW RESTARTED **
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Interesting you should ask that.
First of all Temuera Morrison, who plays the clones in the prequels, is not Australian. He is New Zealand born and plays them with a New Zealander accent.
On the other hand, Dee Bradley Baker, who plays the clones in the clone wars, is American but plays the clones with a fake impression of a somewhat incorrect Australian accent. This is probably what confuses many people but it never bothered me too much since I love the clone wars and the clones in it!
Although I probably would’ve liked a little more consistency between the two. I also don’t really like the idea of an American impersonating Aussies so bizarrely.

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#1300382
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STAR WARS: EP VI -RETURN OF THE JEDI &quot;REVISITED EDITION&quot;<strong>ADYWAN</strong> - ** PRODUCTION HAS NOW RESTARTED **
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Matt.F:

“If you watch ESB and ROTJ back-to-back its actually quite jarring to hear the US accent from an Imperial officer right at the start of the film - in ESB the British accent was the voice of the Empire’s officer class and it gave the Empire a certain haughty aristocracy that worked very well.”

As an Australian, I barely notice the contrast between the American and British accents, they just all sound equally foreign to me compared to the Aussie accents I hear everyday so I have personally never considered this a continuity error! 😊

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#1288669
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STAR WARS: EP VI -RETURN OF THE JEDI &quot;REVISITED EDITION&quot;<strong>ADYWAN</strong> - ** PRODUCTION HAS NOW RESTARTED **
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doubleofive said:

Yes, he’s planning an all-new design, not the Zeta from Rogue or the Sentinal from ANHSE. My vote would be for the Sentinal as it already has a cockpit that could more easily match the on-set Lambda one.

Actually, now that you mention it, I would be very happy with a Zeta or a Sentinal, I don’t think I have a preference!

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#1288635
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STAR WARS: EP VI -RETURN OF THE JEDI &quot;REVISITED EDITION&quot;<strong>ADYWAN</strong> - ** PRODUCTION HAS NOW RESTARTED **
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Hey Adywan, I’m new to the website but have been a huge fan of Star Wars Revisited for a while now.
I was just wondering if your new shuttle design to replace the Tydirium (which is a great idea!) will be your own unique design or one directly taken from some other kind of Star Wars content?