What would the force awakens be like if he directed it?
The main characters would be teenagers and the villains would be Stormtroopers who wore Vader helmets and idolized him, if rumors are to be believed.
Never tell me the odds.
Did you miss the Lucas interview with Charlie Rose where Lucas says he's ahead of his time for producing an all-black movie with Red Tails and how the movie industry is racist for not wanting the movie to be made
If Lucas made TFA, Finn wouldn't have been a janitor and would have fucked Rey's brains out.
It's an interesting idea to ponder about. His excuse for the prequels looking retarded was everything was "in its prime" so it should look newer and shinier and shit, while the OT is basically in the great depression.
Even more minority-pandering.
Go back and watch the TPM. The Queen's most trusted body guard is a cautious well-trained black man, the Naboo air force has multiple black and female pilots, and the Gungans are an allegory for the way we treat blacks in America.
He very clearly and deliberately wanted to present a different world with the prequels. It just backfired. It wasn't just the CGI and green screen that made everything look very sterile, the practical sets of Phantom looked that way too.
Fuck you. I was drinking coffee and spit it all over my keyboard at that BB8-behind-the-rock scene.
The only thing we actually know about George's plot ideas for VII is that he wanted the main characters to be very young again, like Anakin and Padme in The Phantom Menace. This was rejected by Disney for obvious reasons.
I really don't understand the hype. Was any of it real? What percentage of this hunk of garbage is cgi? Without the nostalgia factor, this is another graphic design art project. They could have shot the bulk of this pile of shit in front of a green screen in the dining room of a Wendy's.
Face it; one thing Abrams did right was practical effects and sets
A story that wouldn't be so much of a rip-off of the original trilogy. Maybe it would even be either the "Shadows of the Empire" or "Heir to the Empire" stuff that's now non-canon. I could see him doing the Jedi twins and clone emperor.
>he tried to contribute to VII
>Disney told him "IT'S OUR NOW" and told him to fuck off
>ROTS is the most meme friendly movie in history.
It's over, anon. Disney had the high ground.
An original story
Awkward dialogue scenes
Amazing space combat
Ya know, I was going to go through this thread, and tell anyone who thought Jorge is any good that they have autism, but there's just too much autism in this thread to document every post that is dripping with sperg.
I really have you autistics make yourselves die before you can reproduce and further the mediocrity of the human race. ftfy
>Now this is podracing!
>It can only mean one thing: invasion
>They must be dead by now. Destroy what's left
>I don't like sand
>And their children too
>PS2 lightsaber duels
>Have you heard of the story of the tragedy of Darth Plagueis the Wise?
>A SITH LORD!?
>Are you threatening me, Master Jedi?
>It's treason, then
>You're the sith lord!
>Execute Order 66
>I have the high ground
>Fron my point of view the Jedi are evil!
>Only a Sith deals with absolutes
>Good relations with the Wookies I have
>I HATE YOU!!
>She's losing her will to live
>It seems that in you anger you killed her
Finn would be an alien who talks with a funny accent.
Finn & Poe would have teamed up again right after the crash. They then stick together for the rest of the movie, even though they could've been combined into one character.
Romance scene between Maz Kanata and Chewie. They also marry at the end.
Carrie would have been replaced by a hotter actress.
The scene in the orange ball person's tavern would have included an additional 15 minutes of some CGI alien singing CHANG NANG DAGAA DOO DAHH DIBBY DEE BAHHHHH
as patrons walk in front of the camera really really slowly obscuring every shot
Impressive summary of all 3 prequels m8
He'd probably die of a heart attack but also make the best star wars film known to man 3/4 of the way through the film. Didn't he have heart and stress problems while he was making all of his movies?
A lot of things have "sprung forth" from George's many orifices, including his imagination. The point is he can't direct for shit.
And don't even try to defend to defend thx1138 or graffiti. You'll never find a patrician who enjoys them
>The point is he can't direct for shit.
He can't direct ACTORS for shit. But he is a walking factory for iconic shots and sequences. If he'd been around in the silent era, he'd be remembered as a god.
One of the things that grabbed me about the new Star Wars is how depressingly average the direction was. Especially the sequences that are callbacks to the original movies, which really just reminded me how much better they'd been done by Lucas/Kershner/Marquand.
I don't need to get paid to call out your dumb opinions, I do it for the good of the community