Re: What DVD versions to get?
- From: Anybody <anybody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 01 Mar 2007 12:23:14 +1300
In article <79qbu21abodsvprns9ule0fgddi8kdjeef@xxxxxxx>, Christopher
On Thu, 01 Mar 2007 09:04:07 +1300, Anybody
In article <0hdbu21d19g20v08hgaplifmrcoo8obdab@xxxxxxx>, Christopher
On Tue, 27 Feb 2007 12:23:51 -0500, Rick Sciacca <shaka@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
On 2/27/07 11:38 AM, "Christopher" <auem28@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Tue, 27 Feb 2007 16:05:57 +1300, Anybody
In article <bci6u2hntqj55mbgsgvj0m7mfkdre0h7o8@xxxxxxx>, Christopher
On Mon, 26 Feb 2007 09:17:56 +1300, Anybody
In article <tkr2u2dsvcpv10aorijrvt10id0m5v768m@xxxxxxx>, Christopher
On Sat, 24 Feb 2007 17:22:19 GMT, "CHRISTOPHER FAIRCHILD"
Or, should I just wait for the inevitable
Star Wars 1-6 set?
If its any help. That's what I'm doing.
Any real fan has already bought every release there is and will buy
every future release as well. ;-)
If you're waiting, you might want to wait for the DVD release of the
3D-erisation of the movies. :-)
I wish I could 'wait' the 35 to 45 thousand years for the SW galactic
civilisation to come about in our galaxy so I could see it what its
like for real. :-(
You can SEE (and hear) what it's like with any DVD, VHS or laserdisc
copy of the movies. ;-)
I know but I want to see it for *real*. Wouldn't you want to get off
this rock and take a hyperspace trip to Coroscant?
Well you're out luck anyway. Everyone knows that SW happened a long time
I'm the only person on this planet that see's SW as being set in the
The opening of course says: "A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away"
I know, but IMV if you are looking at OUR MW galaxy from the Andromeda
galaxy it would be "A long ..."
Except that neither we as the viewers nor the narrator of the story
(since you believe it takes place in the Milky Way) is in another
galaxy ... unless you think the narrator is in another galaxy telling
his kids a bedtime story. :-)
BUT, it's unclear whether that "long time ago" is from the movie
viewer's point of view or from the point of view of the story's
narrator. I don't think there's any proof either way.
True. I just look at SW differently from anyone else.
In reality, that's there to add to the sort-of "fairy tale" / myth
nature of the movies like most fariy tales and myths start with
somthing like "Once upon a time".
And know one knows what galaxy it happened in, just its far far away.
I'm the only person on this planet that see's SW as being set in our
Milky Way galaxy.
You say that because there are "humans" in the movies ... but are they
really Earth humans (either ancestors or descendants)
IMV our descendants after we have spread through the galaxy.
There's no way to know since there isn't any proof of a connection with
Earth (other than a brief glimpse of ET characters), except for a few
terms like "humans", which could easily be argued as simply for the
On the other hand there are other sci-fi franchises and various
cultural myths / beliefs that say Earth humans come from another
planet, which could give a marginal connection to the Star Wars story
taking place in Earth's past. :-)
Realistically there's no proof either way of when and where the movies
take place, other than simply "A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far
away". Star Wars is just a modern day fairy tale, and like most old
fairy tales there's no real idea of when or where they take place
(again, the "Once upon a time).