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The Millennium Falcon jumps out of hyperspace to find nothing but skulls and dead bodies in space. The Death Star then sucks them. Thankfully old Obi-Wan is there to deliver memorable quotes on every pass. Star Wars Blu-ray 2011
The added in Jabba the Hutt scene from the 1997 VHS Special Edition. This scene was originally cut from the 1977 film because they didn't have the tech or budget to splice in a stop-motion creature, as it was originally planned. This scene was again re-done in the 2004 DVD release. That edition is the most commonly found version today. Finding this clip was actually kinda difficult for me, as this seems to be so rare online. So, I feel it was definitely worth posting. Taken from Harmy's Respecialized version of Star Wars: A New Hope, which I believe he sourced...
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Every Boba Fett scene from the STAR WARS trilogy, as he was portrayed by Jeremy Bulloch and the late Jason Wingreen.
A comparison video comparing all changes added into Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope from 1981 to this very day. This video is purely objective and I've refrained from making any kind of strong opinion on anything, its here to show off all the changes as far as I know of while presented in an organized, relatively chronological order of the film. That being said, the original Star Wars has received the heaviest treatment of changes out of all three, easily. Some minor, others more prominent and even infamous. This video was extra tricky since there are a number of...
Luke Skywalker, Han Solo and Chewbacca hatch a hare-brained plan to rescue Princess Leia from the Death Star's Detention Center before her execution. Lots of fun action and the famous bit where Leia comments on Luke's height. (NOTE: yes, I did edit 1:43 back in from the original theatrical version, whereas the shot is cut in later releases) Star Wars Blu-ray 2011
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The Special Edition scene I'm sure you're all fond of. Jabba's skin texture really bothers me in this version, but otherwise, he's animated very naturally. Boba Fett is shoved in, who is clearly there as fan-service. I'd be lying though if I said I didn't like the sound effect his helmet makes when he looks at the camera. The problem with this scene is that the dialog is exactly how it is in the script, when lines like "Every smuggler who drops their cargo at the first sign of an Imperial cruiser" were moved to the Greedo scene because this was...
Goofy little scene where Luke gets pestered by a green muppet. I reinserted the score for this scene with the track "Luke's Nocturnal Visitor". It fits incredibly well, in my opinion. If you're not a fan, that's cool. This scene also features my favorite Yoda fight scene. With this little droid he supposedly just met. Little do YOU know, they've apparently went on missions together in the Clone Wars cartoon and were both present at Luke's birth. Happy unretconned reunion. Star Wars Blu-ray 2011
Star Wars is an American epic space opera franchise, centered on a film series created by George Lucas. It depicts the adventures of various characters "a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away". The franchise began in 1977 with the release of the film Star Wars (subtitled Episode IV: A New Hope in 1981), which became a worldwide pop culture phenomenon. It was followed by the similarly successful sequels The Empire Strikes Back (1980) and Return of the Jedi (1983); these three films constitute the original Star Wars trilogy (Episodes IV–VI). A prequel trilogy (Episodes I–III) was later released...
The space battle that launched a franchise. I do not own any of this video. All copyrights go to Disney Studios, Disney XD and The TNT Network.
A lot of people hate Jedi Rocks, myself not withstanding. It's hard to even find an original release with this original 80's-eque dance number called "Lapti Nek" these days. The original ain't that great either, but its far less distracting, tonally awkward and in-your-face. However, its worth noting that Jedi Rocks and Lapti Nek are both about the same length. I'd argue one FEELS longer than the other. The Special Edition also includes an additional scene where the dancer girl is in the Rancor Pit. Regardless how you personally feel, they're both just space musical numbers in Huttese. Max Rebo rules. Star...
Rematch duel in A New Hope between Obi-Wan and Darth Vader on the Death Star. Star Wars Blu-ray 2011
"Your father's lightsaber." How do you ruin a genuinely memorable moment in the original Star Wars? You shove in the prequels! I'm surprised George never thought of this. But seriously, I'll post an unedited clip as well. I edited this together, inspired by the Revenge of the Sith Teaser Trailer. Star Wars Blu-ray 2011
Obi-Wan travels to Kamino to find an army made up of fan-service. Star Wars Blu-ray 2011
Great scene where Luke, Ben and the droids traverse through this grimy spaceport town BEFORE it was overloaded with CGI cartoons, dinosaurs and distracting droids everywhere. Star Wars Blu-ray 2011
Introduction to the Imperial March. Don't get much better 'dan 'dis. Star Wars Blu-ray 2011
If you're new, Subscribe! → http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-Nicki-Swift When George Lucas created Star Wars, the nerdy, independent filmmaker had no idea that it would turn into one of the most popular film franchises of all time. But more than four billion in box office receipts and counting, the series has been nothing if not lucrative. And the actors that contributed to his visionary universe? Well, some of these stars aren't exactly rolling in the dough, despite playing key roles in the hugely successful sci-fi films... Daisy Ridley | 0:26 John Boyega | 1:09 Adam Driver | 1:37 Gwendoline Christie | 2:07 Lupita Nyong'o | 2:34 Anthony Daniels | 3:11 Diego...
A comparison of every scene with Yoda in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. The original puppet from 1999 looked awkward and weird and miscolored. So, in one of his more popular changes, Lucas decided to edit in a CGI Yoda for the Blu-ray release. I, personally, am one of the few people in the world who prefers the original puppet. It was a sign of how Episode I was the perfect blend of practical effects and CGI, before everything went digital. This also very subtly highlights one of my biggest issues with Yoda in most of the prequel trilogy,...
Fantastic scene from Empire which really pushed the boundaries of special effects and the score is something of legend. This is a scene that culminates why Empire is a sequel that takes everything from the first one and steps it up. Gotta love it when the TIE Fighter sparks out of control. Star Wars 2011 Blu-ray
The Opening Title Crawl for 1980's Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. Great opening. Not as exciting as the first one, but it doesn't need to be. It drops you in the setting with the right mood, reintroduces the characters perfectly and gets the plot going all within a couple minutes. Star Wars Blu-ray 2011
The true reveal of the Emperor in Return of the Jedi, and boy what an entrance. Truly one of the best, most creepy villain themes in film history. He demands quite the presence. Star Wars Blu-ray 2011
The original scene with Darth Vader speaking with the Emperor. At the time, this was the first reveal of the Emperor, whose appearance was left mysterious. Nothing wrong with Ian McDiarmid's placement in the scene for continuity. However, I prefer a darkened, cloaked Emperor without dumb added dialogue that questions Darth Vader's intelligence. Star Wars Blu-ray 2011
We finally see the Death Star in action as it displays its incredible power to blow up planets. Such a campy, yet classic sort-of Sci-Fi concept. Grand Moff Tarkin shows what a devilish snake he can be. We also get to be mused by Princess Leia's awkward British accent, as this is the only scene where she has one. Star Wars Blu-ray 2011