Sometimes I see posters reply with "It's just a movie" to questions. I just wanna say, for what it's worth, that that bugs me. It's NOT just a movie. "Armageddon" is just a movie. Star Wars is a world we carry around in our heads, a universe whose details have captivated millions. Star Wars is one of those rare creative productions that inspire adulation, worship, endless curiosity, and thereby inspire people to add on to it, writing fan fiction, books, thousands of posts (though I haven't). That kind of thing comes along rarely. Conan Doyle did it with Sherlock Holmes. Lovecraft did it with his stories. Tolkien, of course--i doesn't happen often. Star Wars is NOT just a movie. If it was just a movie, and if "It's just a movie" was a reasonable thing to say, there wouldn't be 50 new posts on these boards every day--none of us would be here!