someone's talking a little cuh-raaaazy.
Lucas: "There Are Two Kinds of 'Star Wars' Fans"
16 May 2005 (WENN)
Legendary director George Lucas hit out at critics of his first two Star Wars prequels yesterday - just hours before third prequel Revenge Of The Sith premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. The legendary filmmaker insisted there are plenty of fans who like the first two prequels, The Phantom Menace and Attack Of The Clones, but that most of them are under the age of 25. He added that most people who dislike the two films tend to be fanatics of the original trilogy, released between 1977 and 1983. Speaking at a press conference at the French event, Lucas said, "The older ones (fans) are loyal to the first three films I made, and they are the ones in control of the media. The films that these people don't like - which are the first two prequels - are fanatically adored by the under 25s. They are always at each others throats about it."
It's not a generation gap issue. The first 2 prequels are bad films.
I'm under 25 and I sure as hell don't "fanatically adore" 1 and 2.
that reminds me of something.....
Barry Bonds? Did he write the Republican Playbook too?
I disliked Ep1 and Ep2 was okay.
And i'm 16.
Originally Posted by Dr.BRTick
This made my day Brtick. Ham! Too funny.
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