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  1. dpippel

    Official STAR WARS Saga (episodes I to VII) Discussion Thread: Part 5

    That's comparable to saying you like Brussels sprouts more than broccoli. ;)
  2. dpippel

    Official STAR WARS Saga (episodes I to VII) Discussion Thread: Part 5

    Yep, some things are better just left alone. This is one of them. <sarcasm>I mean Vader's origin story worked SO well.</sarcasm>
  3. dpippel

    Official STAR WARS Saga (episodes I to VII) Discussion Thread: Part 5

    The entire idea is a mistake if you ask me.
  4. dpippel

    Official STAR WARS Saga (episodes I to VII) Discussion Thread: Part 5

    Oh no! R.I.P. Mr. Baker!
  5. dpippel

    Official STAR WARS Saga (episodes I to VII) Discussion Thread: Part 5

    Yeah, Marvel is definitely flirting with superhero burn-out. Too much of a good thing absolutely is possible and I hope Disney does NOT make a similar mistake with Star Wars, but I'm not optimistic.
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    Official STAR WARS Saga (episodes I to VII) Discussion Thread: Part 5

    Simon, did they actually show a bona-fide second trailer or are you referring to the clips that were screened?
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    Official STAR WARS Saga (episodes I to VII) Discussion Thread: Part 5

    I thought he was OK in Jackie Brown, but Pam Grier stole the show for me. Jackson is just one of those actors that I'm a bit burned out on.
  8. dpippel

    Official STAR WARS Saga (episodes I to VII) Discussion Thread: Part 5

    Haven't seen it yet Bryan, but it's on my list.
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    Official STAR WARS Saga (episodes I to VII) Discussion Thread: Part 5

    I also don't care if I never see Mace Windu again. To me it always seems like Jackson is simply playing himself, with slight variations. His shtick has become stale, and he takes me right out of any film I see him in with the exception of Pulp Fiction, which stands alone as the best thing he's...
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    Official STAR WARS Saga (episodes I to VII) Discussion Thread: Part 5

    At my IMAX (Harkin's Arizona Mills 25 in Tempe, AZ) an adult ticket for Avatar IMAX 3D in 2009 was $15. In 2015 I paid exactly the same price, $15, for TFA. It would seem that theater price increases are regional in nature to some extent.