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The Star Wars movies -- do you love 'em or hate 'em? How excited are you for the new movie in December (if at all)? Will you be getting tickets for the 12:01 AM first showing, or are you "eh, whatever" about the whole thing? If you're looking forward to it, what or who are you most excited to see?

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  • Am I excited about the new movie? Look at my username and ask me that lol. But yes I am very excited, not sure I'll be able to go opening night, but I am determined to go before New Years. And as for who I am most excited to see, despite not being a fan of his until very recently, I'm definitely looking forward to seeing Oscar Isaac as Poe Dameron.
  • I HAVE NEVER SEEN ANY OF THE STAR WARS FILMS!* * I await your shocked/agog responses..!
  • No. I seen the first one that is enough.. They beat these movies to death making part 1 then part 2 then OMG part 3.. Stop it please one was enough.. A little history here. There are 4 of Fitzgerald Gatsby movies and as far as I'm concerned Robert Redford's was the best.. There was a silent movie...The Great Gatsby, in 1926, starring Warner Baxter, Lois Wilson, and William Powell. The Great Gatsby, in 1949, starring Alan Ladd, Betty Field, and Shelley Winters. The Great Gatsby, in 1974, starring Sam Waterston as narrator Nick Carraway, with Mia Farrow as Daisy Buchanan and Robert Redford as Gatsby and the Great Gatsby, in 2013, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan, Tobey Maguire, and Amitabh Bachchan. I don't think 12 people seen that one.. They beat it to death and drained it dry...
  • I love them all
  • I love the Star Wars films and I am so excited for The Force Awakens. Like, Ive never been this excited about anything ever before and it just keeps on growing. I've seen the newest trailer like 10 times and it still gives me chills. I hope to see it at midnight, if the local cinema does an midnight opening. (Anywhere else is a pain to get to and back from) but I'll likely see it more than once (I saw Episode III 3 times in the cinema). I'm most excited for BB-8 and Kylo Ren, but also Han and Leia and everyone! It's gonna be so awesome
  • I am pretty excited about them. I enjoyed most of the Star Wars movies, I play in a Star Wars RPG and even watch a bad football game to see the new trailer. My girlfriend tried to get us tickets for the early showings of the movie, but they were sold out. I was too pissed though, I knew the theaters were going to be jammed anyways, so maybe in a week I will have seen the movie. I just do not want someone to keep saying "spoiler alert" aroudn me for 2 weeks lol.
  • I *love* the non-special edition original trilogy. I also love many of the books and the expanded universe surrounding the original trilogy and anything predating 1999. I choose to pretend that the prequel trilogy and its expanded universe don't exist. >_< I think they are flat, boring, stiff, CGI as hell, and ruin much of what was wonderful in the originals. That said, I am cautiously excited for the new movie. J.J. Abrams is a good fit for Star Wars (more so than for Star Trek really) and I think he will give it his all. Looks like he will be using a nice mix of CGI and practical effects and sets/locations as opposed to having the actors do EVERYTHING on a green screen. It will be wonderful to see the old characters I love and hear the familiar musical motifs related to those characters. I got a little choked up hearing that Han & Leia motif in the new trailer. <3 <3 <3 I work on opening night. I'll be perfectly content to just see it as a matinee on my next offday. X-D
  • I am tentatively excited. I will not be seeing the midnight showing or taking off work for it, however. I just hope they didn't screw it up.
  • "Oh, Star Wars! The thing with Star Wars!" Love the original trilogy, hated was George Lucas did with the prequels. Hayden Christensen did a piss-poor job of acting when he was Anakin Skywalker for those two films he was in. Then again, Lucas wrote the worst possible scripts possible. At least Ewen McGregor and Samuel L. Jackson made the movies worth watching. A total misfire, the prequels were, mmm? I'll be at the theaters to see the news ones, for sure. I won't be apart of the giant crowds at the start, but after a few weeks and the lines aren't as long, I'll make it a point to see them.
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