What? You know there were almost no green screens in the originals? Every spaceship existed in tangible space and was filmed with a camera. Every single location was a set or on location.
You do come on /tv/ you must be getting the latest and the greatest news from Cinema, and TV.
And you're doing a great work, fellow human. Spreading love.
I'm sort of a fanboy for comic and superhero movies.
For me it's Batman V Superman. They better not ruin it.
From my recent experiences in movies, I've learned that I like Shows more than movies, they are able to develop characters slowly, deeper story lines.
In Shows, I'm looking for Penny Dreadful, Salem, The Flash, Legends of tomorrow.
I agree with this, however; I do have one addition.
instead of /sw/ we can use /SJW/ because latest one was made by JJ Abhrams, it started a new era. It also phonetically sounds with George.
>Never seen any of the 7 Star Wars movies
>Never seen any of the 3 Godfathers
>Never seen Goodfellas
>Never seen Pulp Fiction
>Never seen Gone with the Wind
>Never seen Citizen Kane
>Never seen Avatar
>Never seen Schindler's list
>Never seen any of the Indiana Jones films
They all seem shit t(b)h
The best writers these days are on TV
Compare that to the shit on the big screen
eg. Paul Blart Mall Cop 2
Star Wars 7
Fast and Furious 7
if the only thing you can talk about is pop movies youre a faggot and noone wants to be near you
nobody cares what trivia you know about movies. the only time anyone cares about your opinion of movies is when youre a successful artist in the film industry. every other time people wish youd shut up cause who cares what you think.
>You know there were almost no green screens in the originals?
A fair few blue ones, though.
Matte tracking with blue backgrounds became a staple of ILM because they invented the technology for it, so all three movies had blue screen compositing.
That's not the argument people should be having though.
The Phantom Menace had a lot of practical sets that used the same compositing techniques only now digitally.
The problem is that Lucas in the prequels after TPM wanted to reduce the shoot times of the movies to move into post production quicker. So he eliminated traditional sets (including scale models) so that he could have all of that added in post. He wanted the live action shots to be done in the same studio with as little setup time as possible all so he wouldn't have to be there filming it for 12 to 14 hours for several weeks.
That, and the fact that it set the standard for over-saturation of CG shots in movies are the real problem with the prequel vfx. Not that they had green screen.
>they literally employed a giant and put a spike through Mark Hamill's head to get the speeder chase right
Those were the days.