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Recently, an article about the new Star Wars film came up on my blog.
I have a blog dedicated to Star Wars and the Star Wars Story. It is a place for you to post your thoughts and feelings about the film. I will be sure to answer any questions about it.
If you want to get involved with Star Wars, I can help. I will put together a post in which I will share my thoughts on the film with you. If you haven’t already, you can join me on Facebook at kanebrownmail.com. If you’re interested in joining me, you can follow me on twitter at kanebrownmail.com.If you’re interested in contributing to Star Wars, I can contribute to the project at kanebrownmail.
We should probably just go ahead and post our responses as well. You know, the one that would most likely end up on our site.
I’ve got a couple of comments about Star Wars. I think I’ll post them as separate threads here.
I was going to ask you to answer a question, but I guess I’ll just answer it here. I’ve always enjoyed this kind of film (especially the kind of film that tells a story that’s not a linear one). But, I think the only time I’ve seen a Star Wars film that I felt immersed in it was the first two, and that’s because I was used to the story arc that was laid out in those movies in that order.
I think that was the way Lucas intended it. Not that I disagree with him. I think it is a good approach to tell a story that stays true to the stories that Lucas has created. If you take out the story arc, it would be a story that we could easily make our own and it would be the story of a boy who had just been raised to be like all the other boys in the world.
I think everyone can agree that when the story arc starts we would be introduced to a new boy. However, we would be introduced to him through flashbacks and we would see his family, his friends, and his life through his eyes. The flashbacks would continue to reveal more about the boy, but that doesn’t make it boring because there are always new things that happen.
We don’t have to wait until we’re introduced to an important character. We can tell our own stories. It’s a natural part of what makes us human. While the flashbacks are important, we also have to remember that the boy who was raised to be like everyone else, is also a person who was raised differently because he was a child.