Is it just me or doesn't the Original Trilogy have dialogue that sounds somewhat familar to the words we use today? Take when Han calls Leia "Sister" all the time. As in "Listen sister, I'm in it for the money." That's somewhat a vernacular of the 70's. Now take the Prequel's dialogue. It's regal, almost robotic, cold. To borrow a phrase from Harrison Ford, "You can type this s..t but you can't say it!". Mind you he was referring to the Original trilogy dialogue. Lucas gets beaten for creating wooden dialogue and in the Prequel's I think he deserves it! What say you?