Discussion in 'Star Wars: Episode VII and Beyond (Archive)' started by FORCEFED, Nov 1, 2012.
That's not the price for a 3D movie right now?
Holy Crap! That is the most hilarious thing I have read... Still laughing... still..
still... but so would I...
All too easy
Do I spot FANBOYS?
Depends on what is "early"?
If its a week or two, not too much - maybe $50.
If its a month early - maybe $100 - $200.
None. Waiting in line with other Star Wars fans is part of the enjoyment
You mean like one of those charity screenings? With Mark, and Carrie, and even Harrison in attendance?
My soul is worth a pack of these:
And just like that, Summer Dreamer and his cousin became my my new best friends!
How far would you all travel to be an extra in the movie?
I would rather see it opening midnight so nothing.
Since I have Non-rev (aka taxes only INL or free US) travel privileges - just give me a date.
For a very simple reason that time flies rather quickly.
I remember when I first saw the announcement for The Hobbit. "Huh...it's gonna take forever to get to the end of 2012..."
Before I knew it, I was sitting there in the theater and watching it.
Same thing will be with Ep7.
I wouldn't, I'd wait until the midnight release to be with a group of hardcore Star Wars fans.
I live in Scotland and went to the states for the opening day of episode1 although l was disappointed by aspects of the movie would pay the air fare for Episode 7.
I would pay a reasonable fare to see it alone and not having to listen to absurd "reviews" of what nerd-raging fanboys found to not line up with their vision of how a sequel should have gone.
I have no preconceptions and look forward to new star wars with a very open mind
I'd sell my whole collection!
. . . which contains a few old video games and some 13-14 year old Legos.
Seeing a SW movie in a theater is something I've never done before. Neither is going to a midnight premier, and I'm looking forward to both. I wouldn't give that up, even to see the movie in advance.
I would let go of everything that I fear to lose.
I would pay 20 to see it a week early. And up to 35 to see it a month early. Any sooner and it would feel like I'm cheating more than necessary.
The clothes on my body so that I could sit there in the theater nude, as God intended.
I would donate all of the blood running through my veins.
I've already seen it. I paid $1138.