This douche should have written Phantom Menace.

Chino Kapone

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#1
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Evilton

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#2
Yes.
 

Your_Moms_Box

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#3
Fuck..

I hate that that seems like a much much more logical movie.

Why wasn't this guy an Exep producer...

FUCK, where are my god damned pizza rolls
 

Neon

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#4
The Harry S. Plinkett Scholar of Film Analysis.

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EDIT: I love how frustrated he gets. "Because you already established that there's this training center..." lol


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Gonzoid

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#5
At this point, let's be honest here: you could throw a rock off the Empire State Building and hit anyone who could have written a better plot/story/dialogue/characters for the SW prequels than the shit Lucas gave the world. This is just another example of many of creative fans who had MUCH better ideas than Lucas for the prequels.
 

Chino Kapone

Yo, whats wrong wit da beer we got?
#6
At this point, let's be honest here: you could throw a rock off the Empire State Building and hit anyone who could have written a better plot/story/dialogue/characters for the SW prequels than the shit Lucas gave the world. This is just another example of many of creative fans who had MUCH better ideas than Lucas for the prequels.
Well, yeah. But he put it quite well. And it seems like they are just simple fix's that follows the same basic plot of the original 3.
 

Neon

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#7
Well, yeah. But he put it quite well. And it seems like they are just simple fix's that follows the same basic plot of the original 3.
That's the beauty of this. It's easier to just scratch everything and reconceptualize the entire prequel trilogy. This guy went even further than Plinkett by saying: "Ok. I'll even give you the general premise and plot" but then just tweaked it to make it work well.
 
#8
That was brilliant. Hopefully after Lucas dies, somebody who knows how to make a good movie will be able to fix the mess he made.
 

BIV

I'm Biv Dick Black, the Over Poster.
#10
That's the beauty of this. It's easier to just scratch everything and reconceptualize the entire prequel trilogy. This guy went even further than Plinkett by saying: "Ok. I'll even give you the general premise and plot" but then just tweaked it to make it work well.
Exactly.

I love how frustrated Lucas is with the fans. I know it's rare when it comes to fanboys, but in this case; Yes, we could have done it better than you.



What's wrong with your face?!!!!!
 

LilJimmyRbinson

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#11
http://static.nomachetejuggling.com/machete_order.html#toc-introducing-machete-order

This guy presents a pretty good argument for the order to watch Star Wars (if you've never seen them before)
IV, V, II, III, VI
Episode I is a failure on every possible level. The acting, writing, directing, and special effects are all atrocious, and the movie is just plain boring. Luckily, George Lucas has done everyone a favor by making the content of Episode I completely irrelevant to the rest of the series. Seriously, think about it for a minute. Name as many things as you can that happen in Episode I and actually help flesh out the story in any subsequent episode. I can only think of one thing, which I’ll mention later.

Every character established in Episode I is either killed or removed before it ends (Darth Maul, Qui-Gon, Chancellor Valorum), unimportant (Nute Gunray, Watto), or established better in a later episode (Mace Windu, Darth Sidious). Does it ever matter that Palpatine had an apprentice before Count Dooku? Nope, Darth Maul is killed by the end of Episode I and never referenced again. You may as well just start with the assumption that Dooku was the only apprentice. Does it ever matter that Obi-Wan was being trained by Qui-Gon? Nope, Obi-Wan is well into training Anakin at the start of Episode II, Qui-Gon is completely irrelevant.

Search your feelings, you know it to be true! Episode I doesn’t matter at all. You can start the prequels with Episode II and miss absolutely nothing. The opening crawl of Episode II establishes everything you need to know about the prequels: a bunch of systems want to leave the Republic, they are led by Count Dooku, and Senator Amidala is a senator who is going to vote on whether the Republic is going to create an army. Natalie Portman is called Senator Amidala twice in the first 4 minutes of the movie, so there’s no question of who’s who.
 

Chino Kapone

Yo, whats wrong wit da beer we got?
#12

LilJimmyRbinson

Best muppet ever
#13
Yeah, good argument, but then Lucas couldn't have made $500,000,000 off of Episode I. It's only relevant to Lucas's wallet.
He's an evil genius because it's probably cheaper to buy the trilogy set than buying II and III individually.
 
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