I pretend I'm cooler than AzH
10th June 2006
Do you want the original copies on dvd over the edited editons? Which do you preferr?
I enjoyed the originals unedited. I don't mind some of the stuff that has been added in, but I really did not like them replacing the actor for Anakin in RoTJ in the final scene. That thoroughly offended me.
6th June 2005
fett321I enjoyed the originals unedited. I don't mind some of the stuff that has been added in, but I really did not like them replacing the actor for Anakin in RoTJ in the final scene. That thoroughly offended me.
Christ, you were offended?? Dont over react or anything. :uhoh: I don't really mind whether or not it was edited.
Jeff is a mean boss
28th July 2002
I can understand some people thinking I might be overreacting, but when you grow up watching a movie where one actor plays a specific part, and then suddenly he is changed for someone else, it tends to make you react. It would be like them removing Alec Guinness from the originals and replacing him with Ewan McGregor. Or remaking the originals and putting all new actors in their place and upgrading the special effects. It might be a more up to date movie, but it would probably offend a lot of die hard fans.
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7th January 2006
Lucas explained the reason why he changed anakin in RTOJ. He said that when you are a force spector you take the form of how you are at heart or something like that. I think it makes more sense that anakin looks more like Hayden Christensen then some overweight balding man we have never seen before.
I can understand his reasons, but it still changes the movie for me. I could sit and argue the fact all day, but I think we are starting to get off topic. For a re-release, I would prefer it to be like the release on videotape a few years ago; partially new, but some of the old kept in, like Anakin as an old man rather than young.
Yub! Yub! Commander!!
13th June 2005
I didn't like it either when he was changed. That is the only problem I have with the edited stuff.