Disney to release original, unedited ‘Star Wars’ trilogy on Blu-ray -
Attention all Jedi and Sith: Disney will be re-releasing the original, unaltered cut of the first “Star Wars” triology on Blu-ray.
Since I found and bought them, I have been really proud of my 2006 DVD release of the Star Wars trilogy, because it includes the original theatrical cut of each film. My pride was in no small part due to how difficult it had become to watch the movies as they had originally been presented in theatres. That said, this makes me really happy.
I don’t necessarily have anything against some of the later updates and added CG, I just prefer the originals… which brings me to my real point.
I think artists, such as George Lucas, have a right to revisit and even make changes to their early work. That said, I think an artist also has a responsibility to the audience they’ve touched. If something one has made is meaningful to anyone, regardless of what that thing is or why it’s meaningful, I think the artist has to acknowledge it. Art isn’t art until it is observed. Once it’s art, it’s no longer solely the possession of its creator. I think it’s important to respect that fact.
An artist may revisit and alter any of their art; an artist should not deny anyone the experience of the original.
I just kind of love grapes.
Don’t put them in your pocket though.
GONDOR NEEDS NO BREAKSSSSSSSSSS but snacks I like. Funions?
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This might be my favorite joke I’ve ever written.
My Stegosaurus, Princess Salad and her guard, Taco the Ewok.