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  1. star wars holiday special revisited

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  2. Star Wars the Clone Wars cartoon series Revisited

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    1. Or just scrap the whole thing and pretend it never existed :)

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  3. The music playing when Anakin enters the Jedi Temple needs to be the Imperial March. That's the scene this music was written for

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    1. I personally liked the music that's currently there.

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  4. When you do get around to the prequels, please remove the 2-headed pod race commentator. Aside from Jar-Jar Binks, that was the cheesiest part of the movie.

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    1. Yeah I agree with that. However, I think if they made him look a little less cartoony and toned down his voice bit, he would've been much better. The whole podracing sequence was far too cartoony in my opinion.

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  5. I had read something about the changes planned for Star Wars revisited series, and I found some things that bothered me. While many of the changes are good and even desired, there are some that betray the fans that want this revision so desperately. Look at the expanded universe that the legions of fans have created that is considered to be canon. One Change I saw was the idea of changing Mace Windu's light saber to blue or green light all the other Jedi around. Windu's saber is purple for a reason. His particular fighting style has him balancing both the light and dark sides of the force perfectly, a feat that maybe as many as five people in the entire galaxy in all of SW hhistory has even gotten close to. Purple is a mix between Jedi blue and Sith red. Some ideas are there for a reason and many believe in the SW world created by the fans. Don't be try the true authors of the SW universe.....

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  6. Betray*...


    Another this you could to to make the movies awesome again, in ROTJ the battle on Endor was supposed to be on kashyyyk and the ewoks were supposed to be wookiee. Change that and people will love you forever

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    1. Don't mean to be a pessimist but I don't think this will ever happen. The Ewoks are part of the Star Wars universe whether we like them or not, and a lot of people do like them. Even I like them, I just think that they could have been portrayed as more of a realistic threat to the Imperials than they currently are.

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  7. Please restore the scene in ROTJ where Vader is calling to Luke while Luke completes modifications to his lightsaber on Tatooine. GL left it out saying it was exposition but I think it's a great scene that adds to the conflict Vader begins to feel through out the rest of the movie before he finally helps his son and turns his back on the dark side.

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    1. I liked this scene, however I have to say that the intrigue of first exposing Luke as a mysterious figure walking into Jabba's palace is priceless. In general, one of the things that made the prequels weak, as well as some of the changes Lucas put into the original trilogy, was the whole "in your face" aspect where EVERYTHING is explained. There needs to be some intrigue left in order to keep the depth of the story intact.

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  8. Possible ideas for The Empire Strikes Back

    - Remove Luke and Leia's belatedly incestuous kiss.

    Possible ideas for Return of the Jedi

    - Enhance some of the creatures in Jabba's palace with CGI so that they will seem life-like, not plastic-like.

    - Edit or trim the scene in which a droid is tortured with a hot iron while hanging upside-down. The hot iron never even touches the droid's feet, but the droid still screams in pain.

    - Cut Leia bumping into wind chimes in Jabba's palace. There should not be wind chimes in a place where there is no wind.

    - Cut Jabba the Hutt resisting a Jedi mind trick. Jabba is depicted as a weak-minded ogre, so he should not be able to resist a Jedi mind trick. Additionally, "Jedi mind trick" should not be pronounced the same way in both English and Huttese.

    - Luke sticks the bone into the Rancor horizontally, but it is vertical in the next shot. This should be fixed.

    - Remove Joe Camel's cameo in Jabba's palace.

    - Remove the CGI Bantha herd before the Sarlacc scene

    - Boba Fett should have a more accurate aim.

    - Remove the Millenium Falcon wallpaper and replace it with miniatures or with CGI or else delete the scene altogether.

    - Edit the following conversation:

    VADER: My son is with them
    SIDIOUS: Are you sure?
    VADER: He will come to me.
    SIDIOUS: I have foreseen it.

    The dialogue flows much more smoothly as follows:

    VADER: My son is with them. He will come to me.
    SIDIOUS: I have foreseen it.

    The emperor should be able to sense if Luke is on Endor, so the emperor's question should be cut.

    - Edit Luke and Leia's conversation concerning their mother to harmonize with Revenge of the Sith:

    LUKE: Leia...do you remember your mother? Your real mother?

    LEIA: She died when I was very young. (She looks up) Why are you asking me all this?

    He looks away.

    (In Revenge of the Sith, consider re-dubbing the medical droid to state that Padmé is dying of complications in childbirth rather than losing the will to live.)

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  9. Actually, with respect to my last suggestion, it would be much easier to simply trim "Do you remember your mother - your real mother?" to "Do you remember your mother?" to allow for the interpretation that Leia is speaking of her foster mother.

    Also, if you could find a way to completely remove Jar Jar Binks from Episodes II and III, that would be amazing.

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  10. Why would you want to remove C-3PO from Episodes I and II?

    George Lucas always intended the saga to be told through the eyes of the droids. It is not Star Wars without C-3PO.

    Additionally, his hilarious lines in Episode II, such as "Oh, this is such a drag" and "I am quite beside myself," were some of the only lines which made me laugh in the entire saga.

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