that guy wrote:Maybe someday he'll remake THX 1138 the way he 'wanted to' the first time but didn't have the technology just like the OT.
Master Fetty wrote:I'm quite surprised at this almost unanimous trashing of Lucas and this idea.
that guy wrote:While I agree that the high quality transfers are great, am I the only one who's noticed that doing so made the OT that much better, and PT that much worse? When I watch the PT on my high-def now, you can see how cheap the special effects look, especially in scenes like the battle of Geonosis. Blu-ray is great and all, but BOY does it highlight the green screen effects and not for the better. Now compare that to the OT high-def releases and those look amaaaaazing because it was all done with models so there's nothing to jump out at you like "WOW THAT"S REALLY FAKE LOOKING" like in the PT. Just my 2 cents. I'm sure some will disagree. But back to 3D, it's never good to remaster a 2D movie into 3D, anyone remember Clash of the Titans??????
Draykov wrote:Master Fetty wrote:I'm quite surprised at this almost unanimous trashing of Lucas and this idea.
This is probably bordering on off-topic discussion, but I'm going to indulge myself here.......Now you're in your 30s and mom has said she's bringing back these desserts again for the holidays, but this time, they will be eaten on the deck of a ship. The old one is still going to perverted by the liver and onions. The new one still sucks, it'll just suck on waves. How would you feel about it?
J30spiff wrote:Despite the costs associated with 3D, plenty of people will see it. A younger audience will be awed by the movies and won't even notice the blatant flaws that will be painfully obvious to fans like ourselves.
Master Fetty wrote:Then again, I don't see why Star Wars fans seem to HATE AOTC; I guess I'm a minority.
KarolRabalski wrote:On a side note...please tell me there are other people on this forum that hated Avatar, even in 3D and didn't think it was one of the greatest movies ever made, because it wasn't.
turtle wrote:That's right, new versions of the PT and a second! revision of the OT films. And kids will eat it up, just as fast as ever.
turtle wrote:At which point we will see Han Solo Pale Ale, Chewbacca Dog Chow, The R2-D2 Blender, and Padme's sanitary napkins, as liscensed products.
turtle wrote:The R2-D2 Blender
turtle wrote: If the box office reciepts for these "films" are good. There will likely be another trilogy, and then we'll have 6 more years of SW Lego.
that guy wrote: As stated by myself and countless others earlier, movies are designed to reflect a point in time for any number of reasons and it needs to stay that way. PERIOD!!
Jabba the Taff wrote: It just happens to be that Lucas was able to realise that desire and it wasn't a great result (for most people anyway!)
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