The complications of Episode 3. Human nature!

Discussion in 'Star Wars Community' started by homeless_jedi, Aug 18, 2003.

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  1. homeless_jedi Jedi Youngling

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    I been thinking about this, day and night, in my sleep!...no matter what happens with EP3..someone is going to hate something about it..thats just human nature! the same way we hate people for the color of their skin or the way they look..the same way we hate other countries..because it's human nature.. to complicate things.

    Why do we complicate things?...well,look back at the OT and, so far the PT...well they are beautiful movies..they are a work of art..and as you know art is very much critisized..the works of picasso were considered crap in france when he was a begginer. movies and art are like wine..the older the better they get.

    We learn alot from history..about our human nature..we learn that we are followers of a system. we as humans seem to complicate ourselves..some of us want perfection..in every aspect..some of us want too much..and many of us are selfish bastards that want a film like episode 3 just for us!

    from the great philosophers of greece..comes the study of human nature, they taught us to appreciate the art of theater and colorful spectacles, and they gave us myth and adventure..

    but to understand more about human nature..we have to look into the work of sigmud freud..how the brain works..well..for star wars, it works visually..the brain captures the images in the rods and cones in the eye..then it transmits the images to the sypnosis in the lobes of the brain. there we see the images in our brain and see things as they might appear to someone else..but what happens when other people's perceptions are different that ours?
    some people are slow..others enjoy more dramatic scenes, yet others want funnier!
    so where do the complications come from? high expectations and visual fantasy...most of us..imagine..we imagine what things should look like, in a part of our brain..this information is stored in our brains. then the time comes when we will watch episode 3..and at this moment our old stored imaginary information comes out!! and it tries to match it with what the eyes are viewing!..and then we notice that what we had stored..did not match what we saw...making the complication even greater!

    at this time in the process, the brain rejects any new ideas. and in the end we are dissapointed and slash out our anger towards others. And in this case..the anger directs itself toward george lucas.

    it is sad that we as humans have to find someone to blame and accuse..when it is our own ignorance..and high expectations..

    "the failure is not in the film itself..but in human nature". homeless_jedi.
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