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Star Squib — 10 Comments

  1. As a matter of fact, Gramps, I've seen the film and it's like, totally, awesome!!

    That's a lie, actually.  I haven't seen it, don't intend to see it, and won't even bother watching it when it comes round on TV.  I just wanted to get that word in because it's just, like, a totally awesome word … Whoops, there it is again …

  2. Dammit! Do I have to do this again? I saw it at the weekend and thought is was really quite good. I've always been a big fan of the original trilogy though.

     

    But what do I know? I like Garth Brooks…

    • Now you have put your finger on the problem.  The original trilogy?  Apparently there are nine films, and the one I saw was [I think] the original, but that is down as Episode IV, while Episode I was released 22 years later.  That doesn't make sense.  So what are the original three?  And in what order should they be watched? 

      • Only just read your reply. Busy Christmas and stuff. The watching / release order is:

        Episode IV

        Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back

        Episode VI: Return of the Jedi

        Episode I, II and III which are the modern ones (The Prequel Trilogy) and are pants

        Episode VII: The new one

         

        Merry Christmas!

        • Now that is what I call logic at its finest.  Why not stick 1, 2 and 3 between 6 and 7?  I remember the good old days where we foolishly put 1, 2 and 3 before 4.  How naïve we were!

          I suppose one of these years I may get around to watching them when I am extremely desperate, but for the moment I'll leave them on hold.

          Many Merry Returns!

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