Is E.T.'s species in the Star Wars galaxy?

Discussion in 'The Phantom Menace' started by Galacticus90210, Jul 18, 2003.

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  1. Babylon Jedi Knight

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    Jul 12, 2003
    So thousands of years after the SW Universe, all that remains is this species, the ET species, who start to contact Earth.

    Very cool
  2. JediMasterKitFisto Jedi Grand Master

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    I think it was just a joke, but people make abunch of stories with it
  3. solojones Chosen One

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    Sep 27, 2000
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    I'm not being serious at all. I'm being very sarcastic ;) I just find it funny.

    -sj loves kevin spacey
  4. Myaha Jedi Master

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    Sep 24, 2002
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    now you've done it :(
    I was forced to buy E.T. cause of your silly thread :_| ;)
  5. Errant_Venture Manager Emeritus

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    Sorry to hear you went and bought E.T.

    At least it is a good movie.

    Oh, and Darth, how do you know that there is no intergalatic travel? How do you know they can't communicate with us?

    "Live for something rather than die for nothing."~Patton
  6. MeBeJedi Jedi Grand Master

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    "At least it is a good movie."

    The original, not the SE. ;)
  7. AdamBertocci Manager

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    What's wrong with the SE of ET?
    Well... one thing, maybe.
    Here's my take on the SE of ET:

    When modifications were made to the EXISTING character, it looked better. When I compare the computer-enhanced ET to the footage they shot and had in the old movie, the new one wins hands down.

    BUT

    In the brand-new, never-before-seen ET scenes, the all-CGI ET looks wrong. Just... the wrong color or something. I dunno. He's not as good as some of the other CGI folks floating around. And frankly I don't know if the new scenes help the film much.

    And as for the whole "walkie-talkie, guns" thing... if I hadn't been told about it, I'd never've noticed. Come on, it's three shots, people. It's fine either way. (Actually, one of the shots looks BETTER with the walkie-talkies. The actors weren't being menacing with the guns.) And I understand why Spielberg made the change.

    If I were to buy the film and the OE/SE came in seperate packages... I'd probably just base my decision on which one was cheaper.


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  8. Jedi of the West Jedi Master

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    Since we saw them in TPM, they are part of the Star Wars galaxy.
  9. rumsmuggler Chosen One

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    The SE was fine except for the walkie talkies. If you look closely at their hands, they are holding them in a gun-like fashion with the index finger bend like wrapped around a trigger. Who holds walkies talkies in their hands at a police roadblock?

    LOL
  10. DarthHtrad Jedi Master

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    To the person who said we are taking this too seriously, this is a Star Wars message board. Nothing on here is to be taken seriously. It is a forum to discuss things of entertainment value. It really irritates me when people make comments like this. If we only discussed things we took seriously, there wouldn't be a SW message board.
  11. LordSilvertouch Force Ghost

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    Indeed, people take this far too seriously.
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