Reminder of Lightsaber Fights

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Hi!

In case you couldn’t tell, I’m pretty excited about the new Star Wars movie coming out ON THURSDAY. As in THIS WEEK!

So, here’s a reminder about a fun analysis of how lightsaber fights are… quite safe. At least in Episode 1.

Enjoy!

Unicyclist Star Wars Strikes Again!

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Hi!

So. There’s this guy. In Oregon. Portland, to be specific. And he’s a Star Wars fan.

Who periodically dresses up and plays a flame-throwing bagpipe while riding a unicycle.

And taking out an AT-AT.

And video recording it, so you can enjoy.

All that to say… Happy Sunday!

How to Take Out AT-ATs – EASY METHOD EXPLAINED!!

How to Take Out AT-ATs – EASY METHOD EXPLAINED!!

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Friendly Reminder that this Star Wars tribute exists

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Hi!

I am super excited for Thursday Night / Friday. You know, when Last Jedi comes out.

And so, here’s a friendly reminder of something from almost nine years ago, shortly before the last of the prequels-which-shall-not-be-named were released.

Enjoy!

Non-Spoiler-y Star Wars Stuff!

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Hi!

ONLY ONE WEEK UNTIL NEW STAR WARS MOVIE. I AM REALLY EXCITED.

And this time, I’ve been somewhat avoiding trailers. To an extent. Except for the first. Which I shared.

You know.

Anyway. Here’s an exception: There’s a lovely piece of “behind-the-scenes” on one of the lovely new critters.

Enjoy!

A trailer trailer that practically “sins” itself…

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Greetings, readers!

It may not come as a surprise to you that I enjoy the YouTube channel “cinemasins.” It is a channel that looks at popular movies and snarkily points out various mistakes, plot-holes, and other potentially questionable decisions.

Two aspects that Cinemasins frequently includes are the “repeated elements” sins, and the “Sins itself” sins. The first occur when there is a trope that is overused. (For example: “Dramatic Stares” to indicate significance of an event.) The second occurs when the movie itself points out potential sins.

Much to my amusement, the new Jurassic World movie has released a trailer preview that may count for both. It has a repeated element, and by merit of the preview being created by the movie’s creators, I personally think this is a case of the producers “sinning themselves.”

Here is the trailer.

What do you think?