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George Lucas Retires

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Date Added: 18th January 2012
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Scott on Fri, 17 February 2012 12:35pm
Despite the Star Wars fiasco, I think that he is a great "idea Man" he just needs to let other people run with the ideas.
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MichaeL on Thu, 19 January 2012 7:06am
George Lucas retired a long time ago... too bad that didn't stop him from making Jar Jar..
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Sos on Thu, 19 January 2012 2:37am
good riddance thanx for messing up your greatest creation... way to pay attention to the details you setup in your original vision .. im glad your retiring before you rerelease the same movies tweaked a bit..over and over... (at least some amazing people worked on the films ) funny how you spoke out against this to the film acadamey a decade ago.. "preservation of the original film".. i'm sure youll be back to rerelease the movies again in a few years just for a few more bux
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Crix on Thu, 19 January 2012 2:00am
What?! What should i do now?!
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Rolf on Thu, 19 January 2012 12:56am
o_O;; Did his most recent movie do that badly? I don't like that he messed with old star wars, I've entirely come to terms with the episodes I - III being kids movies, and I'm more ok with that than most fans. I could understand him dropping star wars, but honestly, if he did another epic sci-fi series that wasn't star wars (maybe an original series or even Flash Gordon) I would watch it in a heartbeat.
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