Discussion in 'Star Wars: Episode VII and Beyond' started by PrincessKenobi, Oct 31, 2012.
They figured that I was valuable enough, so I was allowed to stay.
AFSnumbers: How is your friend holding up today? I've been hoping he is surrounded by distractingly loving people.
Unrelated and far more shallow & self-serving:
Armen- Bynum now has problems with his OTHER knee! And he did to himself... bowling...
I'm will to bet that even by doing that, Bynum is a far better bowler than me... I've never bowled over a 90.
Just watched ROTJ for the billionth time, it's still my second favourite star wars movie.
He's trying to take care of his partner's mother--which is what he does, he takes care of people, I'm just hoping he remembers to take care of himself. His sister and mom are around as are several other friends; I'm across the state at the moment but I'm headed that way over Thanksgiving.
Thank you for asking.
@LANDO_ROCKS: It's my favorite Star Wars movie, hence my user name.
The good news is that Jason Richardson has been a monster for us since we picked him up, too. And Jrue Holiday is moving into pole position on the Assists Stat-sheet.
While our star center goes bowling and has never worn our uniform, once...
It's a very close second -
That's the beauty of the films I guess, everyone has their preference list and it's almost always different.
I always find it interesting to see how people rank the films, it tends to vary a lot more than in other series of movies.
Well, often in other series the sequels are conceptualized as the situation evolves. By contrast, in a loose sense the OT was always a trilogy, and certainly the PT was, so the usual laws of sequel rot don't apply too much.
Oh, and ANH=ESB≥ROTJ>ROTS>TPM>AOTC.
I always find it cool to find out what other people my age see it (33). For me it's ESB, Jedi, ANH, ROTS, Clones, TPM
I almost agree with that order Ramza, but I would switch ROTS and TPM.
I think that (age) does have a lot to do with it, I'm 35.
I'll be 41 in three weeks.
Finally enjoying being able to watch the Lakers on television again... but I won't go on about that, because nobody cares. My SW film rankings:
The ending (Special Edition, 2004 DVD release) celebration at the end of Jedi still gets me teary eyed, and whenever I've got something to celebrate in my personal life or to celebrate a Lakers or Dodger major triumph, I always think of that score by John Williams from that sequence.
ESB ROTS ANH AOTC TPM ROTJwatching them all now on blu ray...joy!...day off work= Star wars marathon
Though I do very much love the films, I didn't want spend $$$ on a Blu Ray player just to get that set... I'm perfectly happy with my DVD setup.
Boycott the Blu-ray... avoid the NOOOOOOOOOO
The Bluray sound and picture is amazing, then again I've got a pretty serious home cinema
why is it that everytime an aussie is on a forum they all seem to live in Sydney!
Didn't used to, back in the day I was a student in Tassie.
back in the day huh!
i feel so young!
It's like old times, there's even people bashing the EU.
Going to go wake up the EUDF, maybe get myself a few more medals. It's been a while since I wore my Lieutenant's bars