George Lucas didn’t have much money to do the first movie. He struggled to get it done. He gave up the director title to Irvin Kerschner. Made a huge diff. The colors of the backgrounds made the movie.
Bro claro que se lo sacaron de la manga en la primera película... PORQUE ERA LA PRIMERA PELÍCULA
Supongo que George Lucas quería hacer la tipica de, mira estos dos que van a terminar liados pero no
La vieja confiable para el plot twist
This feels like a George Lucas addition and it scares me.
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With all the sword & sorcery movies in the 80s, it was only the time a family friendly big budged one would be made, thankfully it was written byt George Lucas and directed by Ron Howard, that's why Willow takes the place 3
Also, the young Val Kilmer sword fighting
Another recent first time watch: THX 1138. I grew up watching 70s/80s sci fi thanks to my dad but George Lucas’s tinkering with CGI in the updated version (the only version available on @criterioncollection) was super evident and almost makes it more dated than it is? Would’ve loved to see the original 1971 version for comparison. Otherwise I’m glad to finally knock this off my watchlist!
I don’t think Tyler Perry has an agenda out against black women, I just think he found a winning formula with his audience and stuck to it over and over. I don’t hear anyone asking George Lucas to stop making Star Wars movies his entire career.
George Lucas on the set of season 2 of The Mandalorian.
➡️Do you like that George is getting more involved with Star Wars again?
Flashback Review | Rating: 9.2/10
Luke Skywalker's peaceful and solitary existence gets upended when he encounters Rey, a young woman who shows strong signs of the Force. Her desire to learn the ways of the Jedi forces Luke to make a decision that changes their lives forever. Meanwhile, Kylo Ren and General Hux lead the First Order in an all-out assault against Leia and the Resistance for supremacy of the galaxy.
The movie that divided the Star Wars fanbase, and showed how cruel people can be if they don't get what they want. It's sad to see what this did, but I am happy to say that this is one of the best Star Wars films ever made. Rian Johnson had the balls to defy almost everything we know, and it pays off. We get to see a side of the force we've never seen. Rey becomes a much more appealing character in this film as her and Kylo's arcs collide with each other. It's a close call between this and 'Rogue One' on which has the best cinematography; nonetheless, 'The Last Jedi' is one of the best shot Star Wars films. Seeing that the planet Crait bleeds in battle was genius. Luke also joins the cast and I loved his story leading to his send off. We get to see that his journey began looking over the horizon, as did it end that way. Now yes, there are problems with the film as well: Rose Tico isn't the most likeable character, and the minor plot on the casino planet could've been cut short; I also don't understand why Holdo would hide information from Poe; Lastly, some characters had wasted potential. Other than these few reasons, the film is a breathtaking, fresh take on the Star Wars universe.
One emoji to describe the film - 🤗
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Working theory: TPM was George Lucas not knowing how kids work from either a writing or directing standpoint. TFA was so good because there was nothing to focus group it against like TLJ was focus grouped off TFA and TROS was focus grouped off TLJ
The student film of George Lucas. "Electronic Labyrinth THX 1138 4EB", is 15 minutes long and was shot in 1967 when Lucas was 23. 4 years later he made the sci-fi feature THX 1138 . 10 years later he made the first STAR WARS movie. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GB3fbtUYgRE …
So here's the different: I'll always be irritated with George Lucas because, in those darn prequels, he told the story so poorly. Great story; he mucked up the telling.
But I will never forgive Abrams, because he took the story, 40 yrs in the making, & chucked it out the window.
this attitude has slowly crept into films as well, where films keep being re-released with slightly different editing and effects and supplanting older versions (thanks, George Lucas!). director's cuts and the like are the latest development of the same grift
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Hey everybody! Here's just some more stuff I picked up yesterday from Walmart and let's just say I'm really siked for these two new sets I got! The set with young luke and obi-wan is from A New Hope. The second set is from The Rise Of Skywalker with his cracked helmet + my own Cape I put on him.😁
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