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Desc:They are just not having it. Rapidly escalates into a Steve Brule interview.
Category:Religious, Classic Movies
Tags:Star Wars, George Lucas, harrison ford, the nerd crew, the exact moment they stopped caring
Submitted:Sexy Duck Cop
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Comment count is 21
BHWW - 2017-04-27
The next phase of Harrison Ford's career will consist of him showing up in sequels to film he appeared in years ago, staggering out of the shadows holding a gun and saying "IT'S ALL TRUE"

Harrison Ford in Air Force One...2:

"It's all true...I told that guy to get off my plane." :stares off into distance as somber background music plays:
infinite zest - 2017-04-27
More More American Graffiti

TheyUsedDarkForces - 2017-04-27
I would watch More More American Graffiti, if it focused on an aging Bob Falfa and the '55 Chevy 210 also factored into it somewhere....

TheyUsedDarkForces - 2017-04-27
I just remembered that that car burned at the end of the first one, but that could just make it better...

badideasinaction - 2017-04-27
I think his next phase is all his characters dying onscreen in all his franchise roles so they can't CG-reanimate him for more sequels.

Oscar Wildcat - 2017-04-27
Apparently I'm not the only one who's had enough Star Wars.
Two Jar Slave - 2017-04-27
The hype train loses steam with each regular stop it makes. It's going to be impossible for most people to care, before long.

TheyUsedDarkForces - 2017-04-27
I love movies and tend to keep up with some movie related news and what have you, but I don't even know how many Star Wars movies there are now. Eight or nine? I'm wouldn't say they're bad--being as I've only seen the old ones and the prequels--but I would definitely say that I have zero interest in revisiting the Star Wars universe, especially in the context of the kind of big budget movies that typically come out of Hollywood at the moment.

I don't have any interest in passing judgement on what people find entertaining, it just doesn't hold any appeal to me on even a conceptual level.

But hey, my opinion is garbage. We watched "Evil Bong" for the last Monday Night Raw and it made me laugh genuine laughter on two separate occasions, so I lost any critical credibility I may have ever had.

Old_Zircon - 2017-04-27
It's a shame, because the first two original movies really are well put together, memorable, fun escapism, as hard as it is to see that now under the mountain of shit that's been piled up on top of them. They're the Dead Parrot Sketch of movies.

mouser - 2017-04-27
After a fourth disaster since the original trilogy, even the hard core fan that I am have lost all interest that I didn't even go see Rogue One in theatre.

Rogue One was better. For the last bit with Vador, it gave us the Vador we always wanted.

Ep.8 will wait for Netflix. We'll see about Solo.

Old_Zircon - 2017-04-27
You're braver than me, the most recent Star Wars I've seen was the first 20 minutes or so of the second prequel, at which point I fell asleep.

Seven Arts/H8 Red - 2017-04-28
With Star Wars, if an official spinoff was pushed through the Lucasfilm beef curtains in the 1980s to mid-1990s, big deal, they were relatively minor outliers. I'm not going to pretend there wasn't hand-wringing about where Lucas' Ewoks material, the Nelvana cartoons, the Marvel and Dark Horse comics etc. fit into the overall canon, yet the letter-coded database was the turning point. After then, the Star Wars universe was guaranteed to become a Jenga hype game.

Old_Zircon - 2017-04-27
My opinion of George Lucas has gone up a lot since Disney sidelined him and he stopped giving a single fuck.
betamaxed - 2017-04-27
TBF, when you walk away with 4 _billion_dollars I don't think it's possible to actually give a shit about anything anymore.

That's a supreme amount of "fuck you and fuck anyone that thinks I should give a shit" money.

Old_Zircon - 2017-04-27
Ok so he's no longer contractually obligated to give a fuck.

boner - 2017-04-27
It's got to the point where his performance in "The Force Awakens" was highly praised just because he smiled once or twice.
Old_Zircon - 2017-04-28
Those movies kind of ruined his acting career in the long run, he has every right to be sick of them.

Two Jar Slave - 2017-04-29
Wh... what? Starring in the highest grossing movies ever (at the time) allowed Harrison to take on rolls that were frankly way out of hid acting league for as long as he wanted to. Without Star Wars and Indiana Jones, he would've been at best a good looking regular on a soap, or maybe a b-list adventure star.

William Burns - 2017-04-28
George and His Fabulous Invention
Sexy Duck Cop - 2017-04-28
Extra large glowsticks.

Cena_mark - 2017-04-28
I just realized Harrison Ford is older than George Lucas. Never would have guessed it.
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