I guess I just dont get it.
me either. never have.
Comment by marie b. — 5/20/2005 @ 11:01 PM
Well, now at least I know there are three of us!
Comment by Helen — 5/21/2005 @ 1:02 PM
make that 4!
Comment by wei_c — 5/22/2005 @ 7:15 AM
You don’t have to, just don’t knock people who have it any more than you would Superbowl nuts or the folks going hogwild for “Desperate Housewives”. Now THERE’s something I don’t get right there…..
(And no, I don’t have Star Wars fever, but a long time ago in a galaxy far far away, I did!)
Comment by Library Lady — 5/22/2005 @ 10:07 PM
You can add me to both lists.
Comment by Yves — 5/23/2005 @ 11:37 AM
Comment by dorna! — 5/24/2005 @ 7:07 AM
Thank your lucky stars!
Comment by Sapientum — 5/24/2005 @ 7:47 AM
Lord Of The Rings fan, m’self. George Lucas is a overpaid, overmerchandised hack living off a couple of fun movies from two decades ago.
Comment by Paul Moment — 5/25/2005 @ 1:34 AM
I’m a Star Wars geek. It’s the first “grown up” movie I ever saw and when The Empire Strikes Back came to the movie theatres, I was old enough to go on my own, without parental supervision.
Cinematically speaking, Star Wars was cutting edge movie making and ahead of it’s time. It didn’t have CGI and when you think about all the work that went into one movie, it was indeed mind boggling.
On a more personal level, it was a marker for me in my life where I was no longer treated like a child.
Having said all that, these new Star Wars movies suck and George Lucas really shouldn’t have done them.
Comment by Deb — 5/25/2005 @ 7:00 AM
You’re not alone, I’ve never seen any of the Star Wars movies, new or old.
Comment by GhostWriter — 5/31/2005 @ 12:20 AM
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