Introducing: Machete Order
Now I’d like to modify this into what I’ve named Machete Order on the off chance that this catches on because I’m a vain asshole.
Next time you want to introduce someone to Star Wars for the first time, watch the films with them in this order: IV, V, II, III, VI
Notice something? Yeah, Episode I is gone.
Fantastic post on why you should be watching the Star Wars saga in a different order that what you’re probably traditionally used to. Long, but very well worth the read.
This is a little project that, as is often the case, started off as a throwaway doodle. With a little encouragement from my friend Tom Dougherty, link on the right I turned it into several drawings. Whats fun is that the Star Wars universe really blends with the goofy, strangely-named world of Dr. Seuss pretty easily. I have a couple more of these up my sleeve which I hope I can get around to soon. Stay tuned, and enjoy!
via The Daily What.
The original Star Wars saga as told by a kid with one heck of a LEGO collection.
Just pretend it’s the 4th of May (May the 4th be with you, International Star Wars day, etc) and watch this.
A Star Wars themed, Ke$ha Tik Tok music video spoof! We've also referenced a couple of other movies and have thrown in some Easter Eggs for the hard core Star Wars crowd.
a couple of years ago when i was living in shanghai i bought a revenge of the sith dvd off the street. it came with hilariously mangled subtitles that ranged from somewhat close to what the actors were saying to far, far away….
a quick pause in the caption commentary. for a while i couldn’t figure out how the captions got so mangled- i thought maybe it was done by computer, but in some cases like this one the captions make sense but have no relation to what is going on. general grevious is actually saying, “just as count dooku predicted”…
But wait, there’s more!
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