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    Quote Originally Posted by Magnificent Seven View Post
    I would rank them...

    1. Empire Strikes Back (Love it!)

    2. New Hope (Classic)

    3. Revenge of the Sith (Truly Dark)

    4. Return of the Jedi (Not a huge fan of Ewoks)

    5. Attack of the clones (Ok-Ok. Little of cheesy)

    6. The Phantom Menace (Dislike this film)
    Am I the only one who likes the Phantom Menace?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Canmore View Post
    Am I the only one who likes the Phantom Menace?
    Nope, I watch that one quite a bit. It actually feels most like the original Star Wars to me. Nothing beats that last lightsaber battle. Even saw the 3D release this year.

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    *crosses fingers* Old Republic, Old Republic, Old Republic.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterShake View Post
    Nope. I'm surprised at all the hate the new ones get. They were just as cheesy as the originals, they were just first. I can only imagine what the internet would do to Return of the Jedi if it was released today. For a movie everyone hated, it sure made a lot of money. You can only do that with repeat business.
    Yes, there was terrible acting in teh first trilogy too....for example (Rebel Pilot: "Two fighters against a star destroyer") lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canmore View Post
    Am I the only one who likes the Phantom Menace?
    I like the movie except for the podracing was gay

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    Quote Originally Posted by chazoe60 View Post
    Do any of you nerds know what the story arc would include in any new Star Wars movies? I know there's a ton of books and comics and stuff that continue the story on but I've never read them.
    I have read all the novels, very good for the most part

    The only thing I get nerd rage about is when people say "Luke, I am your father" NOOOO! The line is "No, I am your father".

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    Disney sucks...


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    Quote Originally Posted by weazel View Post
    Disney sucks...
    Disney does suck, but they are good with their properties. Marvel, Pixar, etc.

    The minute they do straight to DVD Star Wars movies with Robin Williams as the voice of Chewbacca, I'm done though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterShake View Post
    Disney does suck, but they are good with their properties. Marvel, Pixar, etc.

    The minute they do straight to DVD Star Wars movies with Robin Williams as the voice of Chewbacca, I'm done though.
    I'm anxiously awaiting Ewoks on Ice Icecapades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chazoe60 View Post
    I'm anxiously awaiting Ewoks on Ice Icecapades.
    I'm actually not too worried. Disney has had a long history with the license (I loved the original Star Tours and I hear the new one is fantastic) and their Star Wars Weekends have been a hit for almost a decade now. Change Epcot into the Death Star and I'll get REALLY excited...

    The thing that keeps hitting me is that I will be able to experience these films with my son at an ideal age. He will be around 7 when the new one comes out and he loves the movies right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterShake View Post
    Well, I know Lucas said that Revenge of the Sith essentially ended the Skywalker Story. Episode VII as originally conceived was panned out in the Thrawn Trilogy in the early 90's as a series of three novels. Considering the principle cast is past the age of the characters in the books (the books would have been 5-10 years after the events of Return of the Jedi) I imagine they are going to follow alternate timelines like the Old Republic or post Luke New Jedi Order.

    *pushes up glasses and takes puff of inhaler*
    Really doubt they go with the Zahn series, though I think that would be the best. I can see them going with the new Jedi order story (Han and Leia's kids) though. The Old Republic stories could be epic, but I don't see it happening...yet.

    As long as Lucas is not in the lead seat I have moderately high hopes.

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    Hmmm.. I think the Old Republic has a LOT more possibilities than the Han-leia's kids story does.....
    (the previous comment was not directed at any particular individual and was not intended to slander,disrespect or offend any reader of said statement)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    Really doubt they go with the Zahn series, though I think that would be the best. I can see them going with the new Jedi order story (Han and Leia's kids) though. The Old Republic stories could be epic, but I don't see it happening...yet.

    As long as Lucas is not in the lead seat I have moderately high hopes.
    Lucas is at his best when he conceives story arcs and themes then hands the project over (ala the Indiana Jones series and The Empire Strikes Back.) Looks like he will still have a say in the story which I've read has already been fleshed out but that's where his involvement ends. I can't imagine he wouldn't be in concept/pre-production meetings as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravage!!! View Post
    Hmmm.. I think the Old Republic has a LOT more possibilities than the Han-leia's kids story does.....
    I loved the Zahn novels, but they really rehash a lot of the ideas from the first movies. The EU is not typically considered canon outside the Heir To The Empire series, only the films. That may have changed with the merger now. Came across this as well:

    It was announced yesterday that Disney has bought Lucasfilm and plans on creating an all new Star Wars trilogy with Episode VII hitting theaters in 2015, followed by a new movie every other year.

    Once this was announced and we all calmed down a little, the typical fan fare of who would direct the new films, who would star in them, and what they would be about began. Many fans began to speculate that the new series would be an adaptation of Timothy Zahn's "Thrawn Trilogy," a series of novels considered canon by the people at Lucasfilm; however, it doesn't seem that way.

    E! Online has learned from a source at Lucasfilm that the new films won't be an adaptation of the books. Their source says "it's an original story."
    http://www.comingsoon.net/news/movienews.php?id=96569

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