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FINALLY watching the GOUT Trilogy properly

Mielr said:

Mocata said:

Is there a benefit to actually watching these versions at all today though?

They’re really the best version of the OT that we have. The anamorphic fan-edits take care of the subtitles problem so that you don’t have to zoom in and chop off the titles.

Or, are you comparing them to the Harmy edits?

Well there are multiple versions.

The Worst Scene/Sequence in Any Star Wars Film

IsanRido said:

-It presents an excessively agile Vader that fails to match his mannerisms in the original trilogy.
-Portrays Vader as a one man army that takes an entire squad by his own unharmed. This begs the question as to why they bother sending storm troopers in the first place.
-There’s an inherently artificial feel to the scene. Comparing it to scenes in similar locations in Star Wars it’s baffling how something made on a larger budget several decades later could look so much worse.
-It’s illogical, Vader could simply snatch away the plans (they’re right there!) with his powers.

Add to this the jarring tonal shift between the sacrifice of heroes and the badassery of villains… good work idiots, too bad evil is so coooool.

The Mandalorian - Star Wars Live action TV series

Tobar said:

Mangold was supposedly set to direct a theatrical spin-off film about Boba Fett akin to Solo, though that was never officially confirmed by Lucasfilm. If that was the case, it now looks like that’s been put on the backburner as they’ve decided to slowdown after the performance of Solo at the box office.

Sure but would that mean if Solo was a big hit then Boba Fett would be a movie and a show?