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User avatar #8 - loonquawl
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You can't just avoid Star Wars.
Life doesn't work that way.
Now come to the darkside.
User avatar #4 - mrnpc
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Episode one is meh, but I love the others.
User avatar #3 - obidomkenobi
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I recommend them all. The first is terrible though. And the second is full of super stalky cringe-ness with good fight scenes. The 3rd one Has some good fights, some epic scenes, and one golden comical moment.

The original 3 are best 3 though.

Also, with Disney owning the franchise, I'm not scared, just look at Tron: Legacy. It's Jar Jar Abrams that scares me.
#5 to #3 - clownsrock [OP]
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so 1977 1980 1983?
User avatar #7 to #5 - obidomkenobi
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Yeah. The remasters are good, no doubt in that, but they just don't have that original charm like the super original releases. You end up seeing they did the best with what they had at the time, and put so much effort into making it work. The remasters with all added special effects make a few things make more sense are a lot, "shinier". It also makes some of the scenes feel more alive. If you need a list of differences, there's a Wiki with every change in detail, both big and small.
#6 to #5 - clownsrock [OP]
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the site im on is very poorly labeled
User avatar #9 to #3 - minnten
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Agree with your comments on the current movies, but I'm confused about your last statement.

Disney has a bad habit of running franchises into the ground to soak up every last penny they can, while Abrams has never made anything in TV or Cinema that has been truly... bad. Sure he's no Spielberg, but he's certainly no Michael Bay. I'm struggling to see the logic behind your sentiments here.
User avatar #10 to #9 - obidomkenobi
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Look at Star Trek Into Darkness. It's exactly like the Wrath Of Kahn with a couple line swaps for different characters, as well as the same gimmicks used from Star Trek. I'm worried Star Wars will have so many ******* lens flares.

There's also Revolution which at first started out so great with so much promise and so much potential, but as series 2 went on, things started getting a little less forgiving. Such as the nanos absorbing electricity, I could forgive the fact that it'd absorb it from humans and kill them, but not the fact that they could mind control, that went way OTT.

I'll put up the Honest Trailers for both Star Trek films to show how badly he can **** up Star Wars.

Honest Trailers - Star Trek (2009)

Honest Trailers - Star Trek Into Darkness (Feat. HISHE)

Now I fear this happening top Star Wars, and I'm sure I'm not the only Star Wars fan out there that does.

User avatar #2 - decapitation
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User avatar #1 - immatakeaduty
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Well, the franchise now being owned by disney means you should dl them.

The originals should be watched, religiously .

The newest additions should be avoided, like the ******* plague .

The graphics do leave a bit to be desired, but after watching you will be:
A. More awesome than people who haven't seen them.
2. Learned in the ways of the force.
C. Able to understand most references to who shot who first, storm troopers having terrible aim, why Billy Dee Williams is considered a traitorous bastard, and the understanding of the phrase "May The Fourth Be With You"