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<em>Solo: A Star Wars Story</em> — Official Review and Opinions Thread — <strong>SPOILERS</strong>

Possessed said:

TVs Frink doesn’t even want to know what Possessed thinks about Sluggo.

I too liked it though. It wasn’t perfect, but it was fun. The characters were all good. The plot was iffy, but ah well.

Can I “like” this post? And Frink’s post as well? Is there some C++ I can type in to make that work? Or some javas?

<em>Solo: A Star Wars Story</em> — Official Review and Opinions Thread — <strong>SPOILERS</strong>

Sluggo liked it. It was a fun romp. I couldn’t quite wrap my head around someone else than Ford playing Solo, but I liked it over all.

Disclaimer: I totally love Star Wars but I don’t take it too seriously. And I don’t really give a rip about canon, I have my own “official” version in my imagination.

The Prequel Radical Redux Ideas Thread

Bingowings said:

I still think it makes no narrative sense that Anakin and Owen start the story on Tatooine.
I thought he was a newly married spice trucker who bumps into Obi-Wan during one of his twice Knightly adventures and ends up being drawn away from his family by the lure of the Force.
His wife (who isn’t the queen of Space Venice) is already pregnant and when the Jedi are forced to scatter Owen takes his family to the crappiest place imaginable for protection from Darth Vader. Skywalker would be a common name like Jones or Felkunstoniasnitz.
The prequels are hard work to fix. I applaud people for trying so hard.

I love your face, Bingo!

Gen-X Thread

TV’s Frink said:

Tyrphanax said:

joefavs said:

I once saw a system that puts a subdivision within Gen-Y in 1993 to take into account how warped the kids with no memory of the time before ubiquitous high-speed internet have turned out. I have a sister born in 1992 who’s totally fine, and my good friend’s little brother was born in 1994 and is a fucking weirdo, so I’ve seen it in stark relief and I think there’s something to that.

Yeah, it’s weird. I fall pretty squarely near the middle of the Millennial generation (which makes me filth) but I will always have more in common with someone born in 1982 than someone born in 1996, despite being the same distance in years away from me. Constant internet access changed kids, man.

As someone born in 1973, I now feel ancient.

Older than the Fink!!

You wanna talk about ancient, I was alive for the last moon landing. Take that, Millennials.

Harmy's Despecialized Star Wars 1977 - Color Adjustment Project for v2.7 (released)

Faithwyn said:

Sluggo said:

Do I need a certificate file to burn the bdmv folder in imgburn?

I had that question awhile back, I just added the Certificate Folder from 2.5
as it was empty anyhow, I think I was told it didn’t matter, but I wanted to be sure.
Either way it worked fine for the 2.6 AVCHD.

Edit: Gratzs Towne! You made alot of folks Happy! 😃

So if the folder was empty, I could just add an empty folder as long as it had the proper name?