Turkish ROTS

Discussion in 'Calgary, AB' started by echosevin, Jun 18, 2005.

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  1. echosevin Force Ghost

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    Mar 7, 2005
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    While driving Whisperjedi home last night, we noticed that the Plaza theatre in Kensington is premiering the Turkish version of ROTS at midnight on June 24th. Anyone interested in going? Sounds like it could be fun! We don't necessarily have to go to the midnight show - we can go later on the weekend too.
  2. DrHaggis Jedi Knight

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    Sep 7, 2004
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    I did reading up on this. This is more a Turkish parody of Star Wars rather than something official. I think we MUST go see this.

    See http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0182060/ for more details.
  3. Jordain Jedi Knight

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    Sep 15, 2003
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    That looks like a great film. Who wants to go out as a club in costume to show our star wars support? I love any excuse to dress-up. ^_^
  4. Magpie Jen Jedi Knight

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    Dec 19, 1999
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    It looks bizarre - I'd love to see it. The 24th is pretty much right out for me though and probably most of that weekend... sigh.
  5. whisperjedi Jedi Master

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    Apr 19, 2005
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    Look's like, I'll be attending Turkish delight Star wars, or delight turkish star wars, or whatever it is.

    Since I live, practically around the corner, some people are welcome to "say hi",(there's room for 4 people at a time, Yoda's Hut is the size of it). Or stand around outside eating pizza .

    This or a gathering @ Julio's before the 12:00 am, June 24 showing.

    I'm for Julio's Barrios, myself.
  6. whisperjedi Jedi Master

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    Apr 19, 2005
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    To those who attended The Plaza, Jun.25,@12;07am, were treated to this one-of-it's kind spectacle/abomination.
    On a $1.50 budget,the hilarity ensued up to an hr & 40 mins. Was utterly dumbfounded that Lucas never sued, since "Turkish" stole actual "Death Star attack" scenes and has Raiders'theme throughout.
    It was Bruce Lee meets Flash Gordon/Buck Rogers and needless to say...Star Wars. I've seen "Plan 9 from Outer Space and this absurd piece of celluoid is next to it.
    BeSt of all, it was entirely acted and played straight.

    Very, very ...funny.
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