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Saturday, November 16, 2002
Au. To. Bahn. Au. To. Bahn.

So, I picked up Attack of the Clones on DVD today. My thoughts:

  • The deleted scenes are EXACTLY what I thought was missing in the theatrical release.

  • Ben Burtt is on my short list of people I would be a janitor for. Burtt was in charge of sound for all of the Star Wars movies.

  • Rick McCallum, the producer, put on a LOT of weight between Ep. I and II.

  • I clearly went to the wrong college. There were no courses in Jedi or Sith arts. Of course, I'm pretty sure that everyone's college was like that. You know, except for lucky bastards.

  • If I were a truly dedicated SW-geek, I would spring for a) a DVD-Rom and b) a broadband internet connection just to get the online stuff at I would also wind up wasting lots and lots of money on the high-end collectables.

  • There is a conspiracy to bankrupt the world's geeks. Attack of the Clones and The Lord of The Rings: The Fellowship of The Ring Super Double Secret Probation Ultra X-Treme Red Bull Edition were released on the same day.

  • I STILL think that Lucas should have let someone else direct it. He's a damn fine storyteller, and one hell of a visual composer, but he can't direct actors worth shit.

Woah -- abrupt lane change. Going from Me First and The Gimmie Gimmies covering "The Boxer" into "The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get" by Morrissey will mess you up for a little bit.

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