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2020-12-27 9:38:40 AM  
I don't know, but it would be way better than the sequels.
 
2020-12-27 10:31:01 AM  
bonkers.
 
2020-12-27 11:56:29 AM  
StarCock ?
 
2020-12-27 11:59:50 AM  
Still a better love story than Twilight.
 
2020-12-27 2:23:05 PM  
Did not do much for me. Though it might be because I watched NbNW many years ago.
 
2020-12-27 2:57:41 PM  
Starfred Warcock.
 
2020-12-27 2:59:09 PM  

TheMysteriousStranger: Did not do much for me. Though it might be because I watched NbNW many years ago.


I think the purpose was to show off editing skills and also to get people who never watch old movies interested in watching N-NW
 
2020-12-27 3:28:14 PM  
I'm not entirely sure what I just watched, but I think I liked it.
 
2020-12-27 4:09:18 PM  
Hitchcock's required cameo would be interesting to watch for.
 
2020-12-27 4:20:59 PM  

dryknife: Hitchcock's required cameo would be interesting to watch for.


*Porkins blowing up*
 
2020-12-27 7:14:09 PM  
its clever but Star Wars doesnt need to seep into every facet of modern culture. Its getting tiresome.
 
2020-12-27 9:31:25 PM  

frankb00th: its clever but SBSW doesnt need to seep into every facet of modern culture. Its getting tiresome.


Fxt still a great movie
 
2020-12-27 10:01:02 PM  

frankb00th: its clever but Star Wars doesnt need to seep into every facet of modern culture. Its getting tiresome.


Welcome to 1977.
 
2020-12-27 10:01:44 PM  

frankb00th: its clever but Star Wars doesnt need to seep into every facet of modern culture. Its getting tiresome.


Yes, it is everywhere with its one tv series and,    and,     and do not forget      .

/ maybe you should stop popping into every SW thread and solve your own problem.
 
amb
2020-12-28 12:10:45 AM  
Well one night while possible taking a certain hallucinagen, I may have stepped into the trench run in the first star wars movie. My friend Jon wanted to go explore the construction site next to our block of flats at the university. Walking down the road, he kept saying, "Almost there". It was a straight road with trees lining the side, around 2AM, so dark and lots of shadows. As he kept saying, "Almost there". I flashed to the trench scene where Porkins? was saying that as he approached the exhaust port. For a couple minutes, that road for me was the trench, and we were piloting X Wings trying to blow up the Death Star. As we got closer to the site, my friend lit up a cigarette. The flash of the lighter broke the illusion and realized we had made it to the construction area. Then Jon went into the building and all I could see of him was the red ember of his cigarette.
 
2020-12-28 12:25:54 AM  
Did they throw in the Easter egg I think they did?

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2020-12-28 3:21:34 AM  

amb: Well one night while possible taking a certain hallucinagen, I may have stepped into the trench run in the first star wars movie. My friend Jon wanted to go explore the construction site next to our block of flats at the university. Walking down the road, he kept saying, "Almost there". It was a straight road with trees lining the side, around 2AM, so dark and lots of shadows. As he kept saying, "Almost there". I flashed to the trench scene where Porkins? was saying that as he approached the exhaust port. For a couple minutes, that road for me was the trench, and we were piloting X Wings trying to blow up the Death Star. As we got closer to the site, my friend lit up a cigarette. The flash of the lighter broke the illusion and realized we had made it to the construction area. Then Jon went into the building and all I could see of him was the red ember of his cigarette.


Sort of amazing people don't get into more trouble when on serious hallucinogens when you think about it.  There might not be a god that looks out for fools, but seriously baked people get away with more improbable shiat sans injury/etc. than mere chance explains.

/or I'd have at least been arrested a few times I'd imagine
 
2020-12-28 7:51:53 AM  

ReaverZ: frankb00th: its clever but Star Wars doesnt need to seep into every facet of modern culture. Its getting tiresome.

Yes, it is everywhere with its one tv series and,    and,     and do not forget      .

/ maybe you should stop popping into every SW thread and solve your own problem.


why? because you said so?
I think not.
 
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