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The script.

Example: Watched "Secret Window" not too long ago. That was a horrible movie. But Depp still managed to give a performance worth something.

Harrison, being an A-lister and Hollywood Royalty, should have made Crystal Skull tolerable. I just hope he shows that Han Solo charm in the new Star Wars. Not the curmudgeon of Skulls.
post #152 of 350
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Sorry but nothing could have saved that film.

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The guy's been on auto-pilot since the mid 90s.

His last decent film was Air Force One.

Lol, 90s? l think you meant 80s. Mosquito Coast.
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The guy's been on auto-pilot since the mid 90s.
His last decent film was Air Force One.

If you can forgive Harry's attempts at a Russian accent, K-19 The Widowmaker was a good film, though historically inaccurate.
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If you can forgive Harry's attempts at a Russian accent, K-19 The Widowmaker was a good film, though historically inaccurate.

I was actually thinking about that. Having Han Solo and Qui Gon Jinn in the same film was pretty mind-blowing for the time.
post #156 of 350
Especially considering that neither character is actually in the film.
post #157 of 350
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Won't lie. This is fairly bad ass.


post #158 of 350
Disney needs to hire the people who put that together NOW.
post #159 of 350
That is pretty neat. Very well paced, and Inception horns to boot. smile.gif

Too many lightsabers though. Loses the effect when errybody be wielding two double-bladed at a time.
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I loved it too, but you are completely right it suffers from one of the same problems that the prequels did. Too many Jedi. One of the reasons the old trilogy worked so well was that being a Jedi felt special. You lose that when everyone on screen flips one out.

In case you guys didn't know, he just spliced together a bunch of footage from various Star Wars video games. I didn't notice anything original. Still, it was a great fan created trailer.

One of the reason's I would love to see a young Han Solo film is that it would be an opportunity to explore the universe outside of the Jedi. There is a lot more to Star Wars then that and sometimes it feels like everything gets too focused on them.
post #161 of 350
I remember reading the old Han Solo at Star's End and related books. They were pretty good.
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post #163 of 350
Whatever happened to that TV series Goerge Lucas has been promising us for ages?
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We can only hope she gets to wear this outfit again.


post #165 of 350
Normally I reject that argument that the original Star Wars movies are overrated, but Carrie Fisher's always been kind of homely.
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