The original is godawful and this is a legitimate way of reducing it’s visibility in the current world of search engines. It’s not really negative, it’s just a thing that will happen. Just think of when you look up a movie and some remake version now appears on screen. If George hated it so much he could have had done this himself.
Oh I’ve read that translated version before on Nick Stember. It’s fun to see which parts were only vaguely described to the artist (Uncle Owen is actually on a farm in what looks like Texas and Jedi Knights are actual Medieval Knights) while other elements are taken from photos that were available.
Oof. On the one hand this seems fun, but on the other it’s a way of burying the original in the information age. Put it on Disney+ cowards.
Bob Anderson worked on stunts and stunt doubling for all the OT films to some degree. He’s Vader for the fights in ESB and Jedi.
If they did it wouldn’t be the ROTJ model, maybe it would have to be the TIE version that Captain Needa used.
Hans Pieterson said:
It seems you have an great force within you. You’re exactly what we need! Those Jedi’s keep destroying our death star and therefor maintanence costs are quite high… Will you be the one that makes a new death star possible?
I haven’t really had time to see much of The Clone Wars… but for two season the best episodes are ones with less of her. I get that this is one of those long haul things, but at the same time it also feels like a problem when other new cast members are immediately more engaging.
Yeah that’s what I’m trying to describe from vague memory.
ALOL what is Adam Driver doing in an Elf wig ?
I don’t think that many people actually like it. Beyond superficial action and fan service it makes everyone look dumb just so Palpatine can achieve his goals.
Black or white boards are usually for creating shadows or bounce lighting I think.
The reason we had the OT in 1995 (in a copy bought instead of recorded from TV) was because of that veiled threat. Someone in the family heard about it. To be fair they didn’t really understand what it meant, but they still bought those tapes with the red metallic logos on.
The sequels at least have some charisma and energy.
Oh okay there’s a question edited in there now so I’ll stop being facetious. Here’s the thing… create two things on either side of a metaphorical fence and people will argue about it. SE vs OT. PT vs OT. Anything. Some will argue that anything Star Wars after 1995 is a dumpster fire the same way some people will argue that anything Star Trek after 2005 is a dumpster fire. Some people have no critical thinking powers whatsoever of course, but generally there’s a debate going on with something, somewhere.
It wasn’t very consistent before though, it’s much more pale in SW compared to ESB. Probably because of the visual effects change. Then the prequels that feature it are different again.
What’s a fandom?
Dark Corners Special - The Road to The Phantom Menace
It’s all awful apart from the speeder effects, and I’ve never been entirely sure how they cleaned up so well.
I used to have a taped cassette of ESB and listen to it all the time. The best theme (from the best the score) is The Asteroid Field but Yoda’s theme is also very nice. I used to get really confused about all the extra Hoth music before I knew how the film was scored.
The Lando series would be a better fit, if it ever happens.
He should keep making sci-fi but not anything like this.
Oh I was just going to post that. It’s a cool series and it’s dumb that the newer movies don’t have such interesting designs.
If I remember correctly all film stock will degrade with time fading or turning pink, and it’s worse with movies from a certain era onwards, which is why movies are stored underground away from moisture or light. So they can be preserved for long time but not forever.
It’s not that I dislike the title itself, but since you now have to say SW77 or SE97 or whatever I’ve grown to be annoyed by the whole mess.