The problem with remakes isn't what medium they're made in, but the soulless life-sucker that is Hollywood.
"Dancin' Til Dawn" by Lenny Kravitz.
A: Staying alive.
Q: Are you afraid of the light?
I like your crawl with many good adjectives! And sets up the first scene very well. I can't help but feel the first paragraph repeats itself a little but definitely captures the hyperbolic style.
Yeah, too many "wars" in one space. I've got to rewrite that part a little bit.
The Sentient Beard of Alan Moore
He's definately freezing in Hell now.
I want a plantain ... =(
Q: #8 Belch?
Not nearly as funny ... from a certain point of view ;-(
Technically, no one speaks English in SW. Basic is the name of their language ;-)
If you're going to put the Jabba scene back into ANH, it only makes sense, IMO, to remove/drastically edit the Greedo scene. You can't keep the both of them as they are together without unneeded redundancy creeping in.
It's an artistic rendering of all the emotions, sensations, thoughts, and images that came to mind as I read through Darth Bizarro's post.
Darth Bizarro said:I showed her the official DVD versions of each film. No original theatricals. The only excepting being that I showed her Star Wars Revisited instead of the regular special edition.
As I read this, I feel a strange sensation not unlike biting down on a piece of tinfoil.
She was largely indifferent to Episode 1. She giggled a few times at some of Jar Jar's antics but she wanted to slap little kid Anakin.
I feel a slight pressure in the upper left corner of my skull near the back. It's not painful, not even uncomfortable, but obviously the precursor to a headache.
During Episode II, she said she was ready to throw up during all the love scenes between Anakin and Padme. She did really enjoy the action scenes and thought Yoda was sooooo cute when he busted out his little lightsaber. She found 3PO's antics at the end funny.
My mouth feels a little dry and it feels like I've got a small stone stuck in my throat. I always get this feeling before I violently throw up.
She really enjoyed Episode III although she really hated General Grievous and was extremely happy when he died. She reacted with a really strong "Oh No!" when Anakin pulled out his lightsaber on the younglings. She proceeded to call him a "poopie head" the rest of the movie. She complained that the movie took way too long to end. She reacted very emotionally to Anakin turning on Padme at the end. At the end I asked her when she figured out Palpatine was Darth Sidous. It was during the opera scene. Also, during the Wookie battle she loudly proclaimed that she wanted one.
A vague pressure has settled over my temples, and the dry mouth/stone throat has returned, only less potent than before.
A New Hope didn't go as well I had hoped. She didn't dislike it but her reaction wasn't as strong as it had been for Episode III. When all was said and done, she said that the felt Episode IV should have been more deep considering how much more deep some of the others had been plot wise.
I hear a breeze blow over dry desert sand.
For most of Empire Strikes Back she was quite. However, a few interesting comments came out of her mouth. During one scene where Vader had done something particularly evil, she made the comment that she sort of felt bad for the guy. While Leia was running around Cloud City shooting stormtroopers, she commented that Leia was a much better shot than her mother. She reacted with genuine shock when Lando opened the door to reveal Vader sitting at the table waiting for our heroes. Then, later on when they are walking down the hall and Lando presses a few buttons on his wrist control thingy she asked if he was doing something good or something traitorous. Dispite having scene Episode 2, she asked me who that guy was when Boba Fett came on screen. During the love scenes between Han and Leia she commented that this is how they should have done the love scenes with Anakin and Padme and that they weren't vomit inducing.
I am floating in the innards of a giant jellyfish.
During the entire second half of Return of the Jedi, she couldn't stop talked about how much she loved the Ewoks and immediately wanted to go out to Toys-R-Us afterwards and get an Ewok plush.
I have gained Spider-Man's spider sense, and it is painful!
As the film started, she genuenly believed that Luke was going to fall to the dark side at the end and take Vader's place.
I am back in the jellyfish, but the lights have gone out.
Throughout the movie, she repeated shouted at the TV every time the Emperor talked. Her complaint was that his mouth moved freaky when he talked.
When Han badgers Leia about what she and Luke were just talking about, she called him a dumb ass.
While Palpatine is electroshocking Luke, she started calling out to the screen, yelling at Vader to hurry up and help him and then when he finally does she then says "Awww, hims hurt."
Angelica Pickles from Rugrats.
When ghost Anakin pops up at the end, she got excited that he was back to being "pretty Anakin."
Pastel colours, the Pink Ladies from Grease, metrosexuality, and irritation.
-Greedo Shoots First - when I first showed it to her, she couldn't tell anything was different. When I pointed it out to her she commented that it was better the other way but wasn't really that big a deal.
I'm back in the darkened jellyfish. It's quivering, and I'm bewildered.
-CGI Jabba - she hated this scene commenting that it looked completely fake, more so than any other CGI in the rest of the films.
Order from chaos.
He main complaint was with how close Han seemed to be walking next to him. She did admit that she liked being able to see him move around though.
Extra dimensions beyond space and time.
-Lapti Nek - She liked Jedi Rocks better because she said the sequence was more lively and amusing and enjoyed what she called "the outerspace version of Destiny's Child."
I hear Azathoth's fluters fluting.
-Original Jedi Ending - She liked the original song better than the new one but she admitted that it was a close call.
Semblance of normality.
She preferred young Anakin because she said he was prettier and it made more sense that he would revert back to the way he looked before he turned evil.
Metrosexuality. Pink lipstick. Adam Lambert.
For her final thoughts, she said she liked The Empire Strikes Back the best. Return of the Jedi was a close 2nd mainly because she really liked the Ewoks. Revenge of the Sith was her 3rd favorite. She did not assign a ranking for The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones, or A New Hope.
Numerology divided by 1/2.
It was a very interesting couple of nights to say the least. Watching the Saga with someone who has never scene them is always refreshing for the viewing experience. I found myself apreciating things I hadn't appreciated for a while and poking fun at things that had long since started going over my head.
I am floating in black aether. A young pre-JLP Alanis Morissette is strutting around the corner of a building in a city at night.
One of the other boards on here talks about how we need to keep the prequels away from the younger generation to keep them from tainting the minds of those that haven't yet scene the original trilogy. As if viewing the evil prequels will somehow retroactively male the original trilogy bad. After this experience, I really don't think that's the case and while we all might have differing opinions about which films are better than others, I still think the future of fandom is in safe hands.
Satanists in black hoods. A Klansman. Yin & Yang.
Darth Bizarro said:Yoda's Lightsaber! The primary reason why almost all episode 2 and 3 fanedits fall flat for me.
I use Windows Movie Maker myself ... and MS Paint.
God, I'm pathetic! PATHETIC! :patheticsobbing:
The problem with EU books is once you get one you don't want to stop.
And the problem becomes a nightmare when you start forcing yourself to read as much of the EU material as possible just to create a definitive personal canon.
Here's the crawl I wrote for my TPM rewrite. When I wrote it, I tried to keep to the brief, slightly hyperbolic style of the OT crawls; how well I succeeded at doing so I'll leave up to individual interpretation ;-)
EPISODE I - THE BEGINNING
It is a time of uncertainty, a time of war. The Galactic Republic is at war with an incomprehensible enemy. Law and order stand at a breaking point. Chaos reigns.
The nefarious Federation Neimoidia, a confederacy of mercenaries, has taken advantage of the universal strife. Having invaded the peaceful world of Nabu, they seek to depose the Royal Family and replace their benevolent rule with a bloodthirsty new regime.
In a race against time the King and Queen of Nabu hope to send their children to a place of safety among their allies the Gungans, to secure the continued existence of their government along with their royal bloodline.
A small update; I've gone back to my earlier posts and changed the spelling of "Naboo" to "Nabu", along with making a few other minor edits to the script.
I thought "rape" was only bad to use if used in a "George Lucas raped my childhood" way. Guess I was wrong, though. I won't use it again =D
Q: How little wood couldn't not a Bizarro Woodchuck not chuck if a Bizarro Woodchuck couldn't not chuck wood?
This thread's in danger of growing stale. I'm taking it to strange new places!
I heart Vincent Price, man. I heart him so much.
You failed in your endeavour, Boost. Arthropods turn me on something fierce.