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Old 01-12-2019, 01:39 PM
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Yep, and loving the Chewbacca "onezie", I wonder if it also comes in size Tent!

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Yep, and loving the Chewbacca "onezie", I wonder if it also comes in size Tent!

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Old 03-12-2019, 10:19 AM
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Are those OT Laserdiscs I spy, PDutus? Jealous! I have fond memories of wearing out my VHS copies when I was a nipper and would love to get my hands on the HD Despecialised Editions. None of those George Lucas "Special Editions", thanks!

As far as the rest of the movies go, I'm not really a fan of the prequels. I like the new stuff, although I'm a little worried about The Rise of Skywalker - it could go either way. I enjoyed Rogue One and I thought Solo was great fun! The Mandalorian is fantastic.

My collection ranges from helmet and lightsaber replicas to figures and memorabilia. I've also built one of the Bandai model kits and concur that they are brilliant!
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Old 03-12-2019, 10:45 AM
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Soon be time for episode 9 hearing gonna be best comedy of year .
" They can fly now " seriously jj whyyyyy .
Troopers been flying since the clone wars .
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Yep, and loving the Chewbacca "onezie", I wonder if it also comes in size Tent!

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Are those OT Laserdiscs I spy, PDutus? Jealous! I have fond memories of wearing out my VHS copies when I was a nipper and would love to get my hands on the HD Despecialised Editions. None of those George Lucas "Special Editions", thanks!

As far as the rest of the movies go, I'm not really a fan of the prequels. I like the new stuff, although I'm a little worried about The Rise of Skywalker - it could go either way. I enjoyed Rogue One and I thought Solo was great fun! The Mandalorian is fantastic.

My collection ranges from helmet and lightsaber replicas to figures and memorabilia. I've also built one of the Bandai model kits and concur that they are brilliant!
Yup, CDF, they are laserdiscs I have a largish collection of discs (I have a habit of going for redundant formats - you are looking at Betamax Man here ). I have the 1993 releases of 4,5 & 6 (pre the 1997 anniversary changes, which I have in a laserdisc box set). I also have the 9-Disc Japanese special edition (1993) laserdisc set with hard back book on George Lucas (in Japanese, but has nice pics ).

I also have the "Despecialized Editions" on Blu-Ray, which is what Sophie is actually watching. I didn't have the sound on, as my mother was sitting nearby (out of camera shot) reading, but I did have "Sounds of Cinema" on Radio 3 on, and coincidentally they played some of the "Star Wars" music

Haven't seen "Solo" or "The Mandalorian" yet.
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Er, I actually got mine at Primark in Winchester a few years ago when my youngest was graduating. We were doing some shopping later on after the graduation ceremony and saw this in Primark. He took a photo of it on his phone and sent it to a girlfriend, who responded with "Tell your father he has to buy that!"
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Cheers Cap. maybe OK for one of the gals, but nothing close to my size mate

Yep, just watched Madalorian Ep 4, it just gets better and better. You would swear it was Lucasfilm level production.

Disney could learn some things from Jon for sure.

And both Manda's and jet pack and jump troopers on both Rebellion and Imperial sides could fly with rocket packs, always been canon, and then you got the imperial zero G space troopers as well, dating back to the start of the empire




So airborne gets a whole new meaning in the Star Wars galaxy.

Now here is something interesting, with all the canon and legend, Yoda, and the "the Kid" species remains listed as "Unknown", with remarks resembles the Lannik, so as yet, the mystery of Yoda still remains.



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Yup, CDF, they are laserdiscs I have a largish collection of discs (I have a habit of going for redundant formats - you are looking at Betamax Man here ). I have the 1993 releases of 4,5 & 6 (pre the 1997 anniversary changes, which I have in a laserdisc box set). I also have the 9-Disc Japanese special edition (1993) laserdisc set with hard back book on George Lucas (in Japanese, but has nice pics ).

I also have the "Despecialized Editions" on Blu-Ray, which is what Sophie is actually watching. I didn't have the sound on, as my mother was sitting nearby (out of camera shot) reading, but I did have "Sounds of Cinema" on Radio 3 on, and coincidentally they played some of the "Star Wars" music

Haven't seen "Solo" or "The Mandalorian" yet.
I'm not quite a Betamax man but I still know what a TDK D-C90 is! Sounds a bit like a droid, come to think of it...

I recommend Solo if you're after a fun, light-hearted adventure flick set in the SW universe. My expectations for it were low and I was firmly in the "what's the point of this movie?" camp (plus nobody should play Han except Harrison Ford). Having said that, I did enjoy it and have watched it a couple of times since. It was unfairly maligned on release, as the bad aftertaste of The Last Jedi was still in fans' mouths, plus it had a dreadful marketing campaign and Disney decided to release it ridiculously close to Avengers: Infinity War rather than at Xmas. It's no classic, but it's no dumpster fire either. I think a lot of SW fans slag it off and they haven't even seen it! Performance-wise, I think the chap playing Han was spot on and surprisingly it was Donald Glover who made a rather piss-poor Lando

Re: The Mandalorian, I agree with Anung. It's basically a movie quality TV show that's very much in keeping with the look of the OT. It comes from Dave Filoni so has a lot of Easter Eggs from Clone Wars and Rebels (episode IV had a Lothcat!), plus it's just FUN. I hope the Kenobi series is this good. I definitely think that the future of Star Wars should be on TV rather than any more saga or character movies.

Plus...Baby Yoda
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