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Re: What are your plans for Star Wars?
INANE #415965 12/16/15 10:09 PM
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Sweet! I'm going to be in Omaha visiting my brother from Dec. 21-28. It's probably sold out all the days, though.


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Re: What are your plans for Star Wars?
nickbuol #415966 12/17/15 12:48 AM
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Originally Posted By nickbuol
Machete Order is best. 4,5,2,3,6 (skip 1).

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That is brilliant. No matter which way (episode or release order) I watched them something still seemed out of sequence. Now I just need to find enough free time to watch 5 DVDs in a row then get out to the theater before it closes for the day smile


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Re: What are your plans for Star Wars?
a401classic #415974 12/18/15 09:18 PM
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Originally Posted By a401classic
Most of our theaters are sold out for the first week - so I'm happy to wait until the crowds die down.

Scott


Change of position on this... We saw it today. My son came in from LA and we found room at a matinee showing. Then my boys tell me they saw it last night at a midnight showing! So they've seen it twice - I'm pissed.

Very well done, though - very much like 4/5/6.

Go see.


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Re: What are your plans for Star Wars?
INANE #415975 12/18/15 10:39 PM
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My local AARP has free screenings Tuesday night. Yes, I joined AARP at 50! smile


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Re: What are your plans for Star Wars?
INANE #415979 12/18/15 11:54 PM
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I'm waiting for the Blu-Ray...

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INANE #415980 12/19/15 12:58 AM
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Me too.

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INANE #415982 12/19/15 04:13 AM
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would I need to see the other ones first?


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Re: What are your plans for Star Wars?
Gr8_White_North #415983 12/19/15 07:45 AM
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Certainly IV, V and VI. The others aren't as critical for the back story, imho.


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INANE #415986 12/19/15 05:43 PM
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Watched them all, in episode order (which is much better than release order IMHO) and today the new one....it was ok, nobody in my group (aerospace engineers) thought it was better than 7/10


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Re: What are your plans for Star Wars?
INANE #415992 12/20/15 07:35 AM
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Went to the IMAX 3D screening I bought tickets for in Spokane. Yeah, as has been discussed, it's not really the IMAX experience you want. It was fine, but not great, and for $17.99 per ticket after the "convenience fee," it probably wasn't worth the road trip. The company and the food we enjoyed there made it worthwhile, but the moviegoing experience should have been more wow. I'm still looking forward to seeing it at the Boeing IMAX at the Pacific Science Center in Seattle with the laser projection system.

Oh, and I did see it on Thursday, too, at the brand new local theater. They were going to open on the 11th, but the permits didn't make it in time. They made sure they were going to be open for Star Wars. It was on all screens on Thursday, of course, and it is now the nicest theater in town. Not that that's a great feat, but I'm glad they're trying. Leather reclining seats, snack trays, and I think the seats are a little wider than at the other theaters, too. Dolby Atmos, and certainly the most capable subwoofers around here, though they still can't pressurize that big space like my EP800s can my home theater area.

As for the movie itself, I won't talk about it publicly until some time has passed.

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