The Real Star Wars on DVD
Hooray for George Lucas finally choosing to not be a self-important fool. There's going to be a second group of Star Wars DVDs released with the original, uncorrupted, versions of the films available this year. I watched my DVD set once, but between the ridiculous scene with Jabba and Han (that doesn't enhance the story, or tell more information, but just adds more bad CG characterization) and the replacement of David Prowse with Hayden Christensen at the end of Jedi (plus a lot of other evil things), it just wasn't right. It was "well, it's better than nothing." But I always had this desire to curse George Lucas and wish that he would lose control of the properties. The orignal movies inspired a generation. Let the original work stand. And now they shall. Woohoo!