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    “Now witness the firepower of this fully armed and operational battle station!”

    After George Lucas is dead, they should make a Star Wars movie about all the evil shit the Emperor and Vader got up to while Luke was growing up. That would be teh awesome. Of course, they’d need some strange plot contrivance so the Emperor could keep telling people to witness the firepower of a fully armed and operational something or other.

    “Your steak, your highness.”
    “Excellent. Now, witness the firepower of this fully armed and operational steak knife!”

    I’m telling you, it’d be awesome.


    Yes. My friends and I have been talking about this since Phantom Menace, when it became apparent that Lucas shouldn’t be allowed near a script.


    Not only did the emperor master the dark side by sitting in that egg chair. But he also discovered villain dialogue.

    Example: something something dark side. Something something something COM-PlETE. IT’s all about enunciations.

    and before i end this. yes it was all stolen from family guy.


    BAAAAWWWWW, lucas ruined the story
    BAAAAWWWWW, lucas should die so someone can rewrite it
    BAAAAWWWWW, lucas blah blah blah

    you fuckers still gave him your money to watch his flicks


    @ Camiam321…it didn’t become apparent to you and your friends that Lucas shouldn’t be allowed near a script until The Phantom Menace came out in ’99? Go back and watch Return of the Jedi (’83). Sarlacc Pit…Luke/Leia incestiness revealed…Boba Fett stupidly killed…plenty of “poo-doo!” humor…etc, ad nauseam. He was just as awful then.

    Bets someone will someday remake Star Wars?


    Point of nerd order!

    Boba Fett survived the Sarlacc Pit, and is there a problem with a little slight incestiness? (I mean, come on, Leia was kinda hot in the slave bikini, you can’t blame Luke, can you?)

    The one thing I really hated in ROTJ was the Ewok celebration song at the end, which I am thankful that Lucas was merciful enough to change in later releases.

    teezy weezy

    Jedi, best Star Wars film ever.