Poor Scroda. While brother Yoda was recognized by the Jedi Order early in life as having superior Force capabilities, and immediately flown out of the swamp for additional training, Scroda was somehow ignored and left to drink cheap beer with only the frogs and snakes of his home world to keep him company.
What factor contributed to this grand rejection, he would never know. Scratching his chin in puzzlement, he has watched the universe pass him by for the last 900 years.
HAPPY STAR WARS DAY
…Grinsane-style. And rest in peace, Peter Mayhew, the big man behind Chewbacca, of one the series’ most iconic characters. You will not be forgotten!
Fail a third time… expect a visit from the Blade Runner!
Obviously I’m a fan of the original Blade Runner, and I thought the new film was quite excellent as well. Honestly, I’m not even sure what the sequel was about, since I was so lost in the visuals, which I loved. Trying to cartoon some of those was a bit of a challenge for me. If you recognized my version of Rachael, I’m thrilled. If not, well, I hope the red-eyed owl clued you in.
I heard some griping about the new movie, mostly from people complaining it was too long. Too long, what, an extra 45 minutes longer than your average movie? Seriously, how many people let 45 minutes drift by like clouds on a summer day just scrolling through Facebook or checking sports scores? It makes a good case for the superiority of robots, frankly. Robots have no problem sitting still during long movies, they just can’t figure out the difference between cars and trees.
Personal true story about Blade Runner – I saw the original movie in the theater (the one with the tacky film noir voice over) when I was 12 years old. My mother took me and a bunch of other kids down to the theater and got us in. No idea where she went after that (probably to watch An Officer and a Gentleman at another theater). I think she thought she was dropping us off at a Star Wars sequel. Ooops!
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