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  • Jay

  1. With all the different score presentation commercial releases, which Return if the Jedi score release sounds the best?
  2. That's the part I'm referring to. I guess I never thought of it as an alternate segment.
  3. I’m not sure if this has been addressed somewhere else on these forums, but ever since we got the full Carbon Freezing Chamber music, which I believe was with the Anthology set back in 93, I have tried to figure out what the selection of music in the song that plays between the time after Han goes in to when the ugnaughts push the carbonite block over is. I’ve looked and looked to see what would’ve been cut there but I can’t find anything. Does anyone know or have a good educated guess? If this has been addressed elsewhere, I apologize.
  4. I have experienced something like this at a John Williams concert in Columbus, Ohio back in 2007 where Williams conducted the orchestra to a live performance of the young Indy train chase at the beginning of Last Crusade, but the clip was void of any sound so the orchestra could shine. So, this may be a dumb question, but when they do a live performance to an entire film, is the whole film quiet except for the live music and, if so, what do they do when there is no score to certain scenes?
  5. Has anybody watched the documentaries on disc 9? On my TV, they show on the top left hand corner of the screen. Now, I only have a standard def TV so I don't know if that has anythign to do with it. Or does it?
  6. Anybody know of any of the easter eggs yet besides the Boba Fett cartoon?
  7. As a Lincoln nut, I'm really looking forward to it, especially being done by Spielberg. Sally Field as Mary Todd is perfect casting. Neeson was perfect, but I'll take Lewis.
  8. http://www.aintitcool.com/node/50276 Check out this article about James Spader joining The Office. The interesting thing about it is in the press release. As it goes through Spader's credits, it lists that he will be filming Lincoln by Steven Spielberg later this year as he works on the Office. I was aware that project had kind of gone into a holding pattern, but this seems encouraging seeing as how this is the one project he had been talking about that I'm really looking forward to (besides Indy 5, don't kill me). If this is old news, oops.
  9. Hmm...you saw Jurassic Park when you were 7? Actually, I was almost 11 when I first saw it in the theater and besides, I was being sarcastic. I didn't really think Grant would slash the kids stomach.
  10. Well, I was going to respond by pointing out that Luke wouldn't have known Leia had two mothers, but I stopped myself and realized Luke was speaking to her about it for the explicit reason to tell her she was his sister. So, I won't try to play advocate anymore. Screw George Lucas and his inconsistancies! Better?
  11. The whole film is built on great suspense scenes. Not only the T-Rex intro, the raptors in the kitchen, the T-Rex rescue, but there's also the fence climbing scene where the characters aren't aware of the suspense, but we are. Also, when Ellie rushes to get into the compound, and then when she find's Mace Windu's arm buried in the compound which had some how made it from Coruscant to Isla Nublar. What about the scene at the beginning of the film when Grant is trying to scare the kid. I mean, I don't know about anyone else, but I wasn't sure if he was going to slit the kid's stomach open or not
  12. I know the exchange and I know what it's suppose to imply, but just playing devil's advocate, it never explicitly says she knows she's adopted. Like I said, a stretch, but not unreasonable.
  13. The way I see it is that characters in books are more fleshed out since there's more room for the exposition. Now I know that is not a valid excuse like you pointed out with Brody, although I'm not so sure there's much difference between Brody and Grant in terms of character development except in the fact that Brody had more people to interact with and a different set of problems (not only was he trying to save the people from being eaten but also protect his career from the bureaucrats that were pressuring him to dO the wrong thing where Grant was merely trying to survive with two kids in his
  14. Tell me if I'm wrong, but it nowhere points out that Leia knew she was adopted. I mean the comment where Luke asks if she remembers her real mother could easily be written off as Leia is recalling her adoptive mother who she believed was her real mother. I know it's kinda stretching it but in reality, Lucas had unknowingly written himself into a corner that wouldn't present itself until ROTS. The problem is that Padme had to die because it just seems her story needed a definite end. She obviously wouldn't have survived until ANH so it's like she would just pass somewhere in between with out a
  15. I've just always looked at it as the force choke would not have caused any physical damage such as bruising or a broken neck but rather simulated that kind of trauma which is why the medical droids are confused as to the reason for her decline. Really, after Anakin chokes her, she isn't ever again completely coherent. Even during the birth, it's like the adrenaline is giving one last push and then she just can't fight anymore. As a guy, I've never bought into the "she's lost the will to live" argument because that would lead to she has nothing to live for without anakin. I'm sorry, but she jus
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