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Why Did Han Solo Need an Interpreter?

Han Solo didn't have any trouble speaking Greedo and Jabba The Hut in the Original Star Wars...


Here's something that has puzzled me for a long time. In the Original Star Wars, Greedo confronts Han Solo using a language known as Huttese, which is the same language many of the people on Tatooine speak... including Jabba The Hut.

In the Special Edition of Star Wars Episode IV (A New Hope), there's even a scene where Han Solo has a long conversation with Jabba, where Jabba speaks to him entirely in Huttese, and Han speaks Galactic Basic (English). Both speak their own language, and neither one needs an interpreter.

However, in Return Of The Jedi, when Jabba speaks to Han, he uses C-3PO as an interpreter, which is strange, considering Jabba clearly understands Han, and vice v... [More]

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There are a lot of theories about who Rey's parents are. Here's why I think Luke is the only logical choice.


Ever since the release of Star Wars, Episode VII, The Force Awakens people have come up with all sorts of theories. Most of them are pretty far-fetched, such as Rey being another child of Princess Leia and Han Solo, or that she's either a reincarnation of Anakin or some other Jedi's spirit, but there are some solid reasons why iI think it's Luke.

First of all, unlike the animations, comic books and other movie spin-offs in the Star Wars Expanded Universe, central theme of the core Star Wars Trilogies is the Skywalker family, so the central characters in these trilogies must be a Skywalker. For that reason, if there will be future trilogies beyond Episode IX, they wil... [More]

Continue...Why Luke is Rey's Father... Star Wars VIII (The Last Jedi) Predictions...

Bring Back The Original Star Wars Novels

Why are the novelizations of the original Star Wars Trilogy out of print?


I realize George Lucas loves to revise and update his movies long after they're released... but does he have to do the same for the novels? I read the original Star Wars books when they first came out, and I was shocked to find that they are no longer in print.

Each of the original Star Wars movie novelizations have been replaced by updated versions that incorporate references to things that were introduced in the Prequels, such as Midicloreans, and subtle things like references to places and events that took place before the Original Trilogy.

I'm totally fine with the introduction of newer versions, but there's no reason why the originals are out of print.

The HIDDEN Rebel Base in Star Wars?

If it was so important to keep the location of the HIDDEN Rebel Base a secret, why did Princess Leia make it so easy for the Empire to find it?


Think about it. After enduring hours of torture, Princess Leia still refused to disclose the location of the Rebel Base, which shows you just how important it was to keep it a secret, yet somehow she flew directly to the base, even though she KNEW the Empire was tracking the Millennium Falcon. That's pretty strange.

If somebody was looking for you, and you knew the car you were driving had some kind of tracking device, wouldn't your first move be to get rid of the car as soon as possible? That's exactly what they did. Instead of simply landing on the nearest planet and swapping their ship for one that wasn't being tracked, they flew... [More]

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We all know Han Solo needed his reward money in the Original Star Wars. What happened to it?


This has bugged me for years. If Han Solo knew there was a price on his head, why didn't he find some way to give Jabba The Hutt his reward? After all, having bounty hunters chasing him around the galaxy isn't exactly helpful to the rebellion, especially since he had the reward in his hands.

Think about it. At the end of the Original Star Wars (now known as Episode IV, A New Hope), Han Solo had the reward and was on his way to deliver it to Jabba The Hutt. We know he had a change of heart, and decided to pitch in and destroy the Death Star. Okay. Fine. That took him an extra 5 minutes, at most.

Once the Death Star was gone, all he had to do was bring the money back to Tatooi... [More]

Continue...What Happened to Han Solo's Reward? - A Star Wars Question...

What's a REAL Star Wars Fan?

Why do so many Star Wars fans make fun of the series?


Even though I'm a HUGE Star Wars fan, I often use my blog to poke fun at some of the strange plot holes and continuity problems in the films. On the surface, some people might wonder if that's because I'm not a "Real Fan", because a real fan wouldn't have anything negative to say about the films. The truth of the matter is only a REAL Star Wars fan would poke fun of the series as much as I do.

This is actually typical of a lot of the biggest fans of the series. Kevin Smith, for example, is one of the biggest Star Wars fans on the planet, yet some of his movies seem to poke fun of the movies. Why is that?

At the heart of it is one simple truth. Only a BIG FAN would care enough to notice all the little quirks in the

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Another Star Wars Question... Shmi Skywalker

Anakin Skywalker had no way to contact his mother, because she was a slave. Or was she?


Here's another interesting mystery from the Star Wars prequels. We know Anakin wasn't able to contact his mother because she was a slave, but in Episode II, we learn that Shmi eventually becomes free, marries Cliegg Lars, then has another son named Owen (Luke's uncle).

This begs the question... Once she was free, why didn't she find a way to contact Anakin at the Jedi Temple on Coruscant? Even if the Lars family lacked a starship, I'm sure there would be a way for a free woman to at least send her son a message. If nothing else, to let him know she's okay... and happily married... and that he now has a half-brother.

Yoda and Obi-Wan Kenobi's Big Mistake!

One of the key turning points in the third Star Wars Prequel could've changed EVERYTHING for the Jedi.


At the end of Star Wars Episode III, The Revenge of the Sith, there's a scene where Ben / Obi-Wan Kenobi and Yoda return to the Jedi Temple on Coruscant to re-configure the beacon so that it warns any remaining Jedi not to come back to the Temple. In that scene, Obi-Wan decides to review security camera footage of the previous day so that he could see what happened.

Although Yoda warns him that it would be painful to watch, Obi-Wan he insists he needs to see it with his own eyes and within seconds he not only sees footage of Anakin pledging himself to the Dark Side of The Force, but he even sees him slaying many of the Jedi, including all the Younglings. After viewing the f... [More]

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They erased C-3PO's memory at the end of Episode III... Why not R2-D2?


One of the more interesting things about the Star Wars Prequels is that at the end of The Reveng of the Sith, they made it a point of saying they would have C-3PO's memory erased, but they made no mention whatsoever of R2-D2. The two droids were standing side by side when they made that decision, so you would think that they would ask for both to be erased.

R2-D2 clearly saw everything C-3PO saw, and can definitely communicate. It may come across as nothing but beeps and whistles, but many people and droids in the Star Wars Universe seem to be able to understand him, and he can easily communicate by way of plugging into various computer banks.

There was a very big reason why his memory wasn't erased.

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Continue...Why R2-D2's Memory Wasn't Erased in the Star Wars Prequels...

If you're a Star Wars Fan, perhaps you've heard of The 1977 Star Wars Early Bird Certificate Package.


Of all the videos I post on my YouTube Channel, my Star Wars and Star Trek videos get hundreds of times more views. So, I think it would be fun to make a video every now and then showing off some of my vintage Star Wars collection.

It's not unusual for companies to release movie related toys weeks, or even months BEFORE a movie comes out. But that wasn't always the case. When Star Wars came out in May of 1977, they didn't have a single toy to release with the movie, but as the movie became more popular, they struck a deal with Kenner to produce a line of toys. The trouble is, it was too late to have anything on the shelves in time for the 77 holiday season.

Rather than m... [More]

Continue...My Rare 1977 Star Wars Early Bird Certificate Package...

Why Didn't R2-D2 Recognize Yoda?

Do you remember the scene in The Empire Strikes Back where Luke and R2-D2 first see Yoda? If you've seen the Prequels, you would expect R2-D2 to recognize him, but he doesn't.


The Star Wars Prequels were great films, but there are a few continuity issues, especially concerning the Droids. In a previous post, I mentioned the fact that Ben Kenobi should've recognized R2-D2 and C-3PO in the Original 1977 Star Wars. That particular video generated a lot of debate, but this one is a lot more cut and dry.

Since R2-D2's memory was not erased at the end of Episode III, there is absolutely no reason why R2-D2 wouldn't recognize Yoda when they look for him on Dagobah. When you look at the scene now, it's pretty strange consideri... [More]

Continue...Why Didn't R2-D2 Recognize Yoda?...

No HUG for Leia in Star Wars?

One thing about the Star Wars movies that I find pretty funny is how George Lucas messes up little things like context, and emotion.


Do you remember the scene right after everyone escapes from the Death Star, and Princess Leia comforts Luke Skywalker after he witnesses the death of Ben Kenobi in a duel with Darth Vader?

It's a classic moment. Luke is devastated and can't believe Ben Kenobi is gone, so Princess Leia comes over, puts a blanket on him and consoles him for his loss. That sounds like the right thing to do. But is it? If you think about it, Luke is grieving for an 80 year old man who he just met that day.

Meanwhile a few hours before Luke's loss of a guy he just met, Princess Leia not only lost her entire family, but her entire planet, including millions of

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If finding the last Jedi was so important in The Force Awakens, why didn't anyone look for Obi-Wan Kenobi?


The entire premise of the newest Star Wars movie was that both sides were desperately looking for Luke Skywalker because he was the last Jedi, and both sides were willing to make great sacrifices to find him.

If this was so important to them, it makes you wonder why nobody was looking for Obi-Wan / Ben Kenobi in the time between Episode III and IV (the original Star Wars). After all, Anakin Skywalker became Darth Vader right after a major defeat at the hands of Obi-Wan Kenobi. You would think that Vader would search the entire galaxy to find him and see revenge, yet there's no indication he even bothered looking for him.

It's not like it would be hard finding him. A... [More]

Continue...Star Wars: Is This How You Hide The Last Jedi?...

Did Luke Skywalker Really Take down the Empire? I don't think so.


I love Star Wars, but the new movie opened up a can of worms because they seemed to be obsessed with finding Luke Skywalker, because everyone felt he was the key to ruling the galaxy. The only problem? It's not true. He had nothing to do with it.

Think about it. At the moment the new Death Star was destroyed, where was Luke? He was on the Death Star with Darth Vader and the Emperor. He wasn't involved in the battle of Endor, and he didn't have anything to do with the outcome which led directly to destroying it.

Although destroying Vader and the Emperor seemed critical to bringing down the Empire, the fact is they would've been killed when the Rebels eventually blew up the Death Star.

This means the t... [More]

Continue...Wanna See Me RUIN Return Of The Jedi? (and The Force Awakens)...

Darth Vader Will Be Back?

The smartest thing Disney can do is bring back Darth Vader, but how?


There's no doubt about it. Darth Vader is the best movie villain of all time and no matter how much they will try, they will never create another Star Wars villain with the same impact. From the moment I saw his iconic mask, I knew he was the perfect bad guy.

Darth Vader is not only the most recognizable character in Star Wars, he's one of the most recognizable characters in movie history, even among people who've never even seen the films. With such a recognized image, Disney would obviously want to include him in just about every Star Wars movie for generations to come. The trouble is, he's dead, but I don't think that's a problem for the writers.

One way to bring him back would be through a form of... [More]

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Now that Disney owns the Star Wars franchise, one thing I know for sure is that certain characters will be around for many years to come.


About a year ago there was a lot of buzz over the trailer for latest Star Wars movie, The Force Awakens. Fan sites studied each frame of the trailer looking for clues about the plot, creating a wealth of rumors.

One scene in the trailer that sparked a lot of rumors is where Rey is seen standing over what appears to be a dead body... a dead FURRY body. Could it be that Chewbacca was dead? While half the Internet was buzzing about the death of Chewie, I knew there was no chance he was dead. He couldn't be killed. He's a "Perennial" Star Wars character, so there was very little chance he'd be killed off so soon into the newest trilogy.

... [More]

Continue...Why Perennial Star Wars Characters Will Live Forever...

Am I the only one who felt bad for Chewbacca when he didn't get a medal after they blew up the Death Star?


We all know the scene. After saving Princess Leia and destroying the Death Star, Luke Skywalker and Han Solo get a heroes welcome as they are presented with shiny gold medals, while everyone, including Chewbacca looks on.

It makes you wonder if there's some form of racism against Wookies?


Think about it. Chewbacca was Han Solo's Co-Pilot, best friend, and his business partner, and he played just as big a part in saving Princess Leia and destroying the Death Star as Han and Luke. Just like his human companions, he fought off Stormtroopers, shot Tie Fighters, and help pilot the Millennium Falcon as it raced to help Luke destroy the Death Star.

Although he didn... [More]

Continue...Why Didn't Chewbacca Get A Medal In The Original Star Wars?...

If you ask me, they didn't exactly hide Luke Skywalker form his father, so why didn't he look for him?


In The Empire Strikes Back, Darth Vader makes it clear to Luke Skywalker that he knows he is his son, so it raises the question... if he knew Luke was his son, why didn't he look for him sooner?

Think about it. We know Leia was immediately taken away to another planet (Alderaan), and raised as Princess Leia Organa, so that her father couldn't find her, but Luke wasn't exactly hidden. He was taken back to, of all places Anakin's home planet of Tatooine... to be taken care of by his Aunt Beru and Uncle Owen Lars. Since he has no father, Aunt Beru is presumed to be his mother's sister Beru Skywalker Lars.

To top it all off, unlike Leia, they don't even bother changing hi

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Continue...Why Didn't Darth Vader Look For His Son, Luke Skywalker?...

Why Does Yoda Use a Cane?

Isn't it strange that Yoda hobbles around using a cane, but he leaps into the air like a ninja when he fights?


Ever since I saw Yoda fight in Star Wars Episode III, Revenge of the Sith, I've wondered why Yoda uses a cane. Up until that point he seemed to hobble along like a 900 year old man. That's probably because he's over 900 years old, but the point is when he got into a fight with Count Dooku, he was able to drop the can and fly around like a ninja.

At that point in the film, I fully expected to see the Jedi Master defeat Dooku using nothing but The Force, either by lifting himself or other objects into space, and perhaps disarming him with the sheer power of his mind. As it turns out, he whips out his Lightsaber and fights him in a traditional dual of strength and agi... [More]

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R2-D2 and C-3PO were in every Star Wars movie, including the sequels, yet Darth Vader and Ben Kenobi don't seem to recognize them in the original.


One of the odd things about the Star Wars prequels is that they left quite a few holes in the plot that don't quite fit.

The fact that Ben Kenobi has no reaction when he first sees them is one of those plot holes. In fact, he makes it a point of saying "I don't recall ever owning any droids.", even though they spent a great of time together in all 3 sequels.

Not only did the two droids appear in the prequels, but they reveal that young Anakin Skywalker / Darth Vader actually BUILT C-3PO himself.

They try to fix the plot holes a little bit by ordering the droids memories to be erased at the end of Episode III, but only expl... [More]

Continue...Why Didn't Ben Kenobi and Darth Vader Recognize R2-D2 and C-3PO?...

Stormtroopers in Star Wars are like Redshirts in Star Trek. They drop like flies.


Have you ever wondered why the Imperial Stormtroopers in Star Wars wear useless armor? Anyone who's ever seen the movies know the armor doesn't seem to offer any sort of protection, especially from things like blasters.

You would think that all that armor would have some kind of purpose other than making them look cool. The rebels don't wear armor, and there's a good reason for that. Stormtrooper armor is bulky, inflexible, and of course, useless.

There's even a scene in the original Star Wars where Luke Skywalker says "I can't see a thing in this helmet." The line was originally an ad lib because Mark Hamill acknowledged just how hard it was to see out of the helmet. So, not only is the... [More]

Continue...Why Do Stormtroopers Wear Useless Armor in Star Wars? It Doesn't Do Anything!...

What's The Deal With Kylo Ren's Mask?

We all know why Darth Vader wore a helmet and a mask... but why does Kylo Ren wear a mask?


In the original Star Wars, Darth Vader needed his helmet and mask to survive. You could tell by the famous breathing that is not only provided protection, but also provided life support. So there's no question of it's purpose.

Kylo Ren is another story. He removes his helmet in some scenes, and wears it in others, so it's obviously not for life support, nor is it to hide his true identity, so why bother?

Another odd thing is that the mask itself is pretty beat up. What's up with that? I assume it's beat up from battle, but I'm sure Darth Vader saw a lot more battle than he did and he always has a brilliant shine to his helmet. If he's going to wear it, he might as well take care... [More]

Continue...What's The Deal With Kylo Ren's Mask?...

Why Star Wars Is NOT Science Fiction

Many people say Star Wars is the greatest science fiction movie of all time, which is odd, because it's not science fiction.


I'm a big science fiction fan. I've read tons of SciFi books over the years and there's one thing that's common to most science fiction, an essence of scientific plausibility in most of the story itself.

For example, Back to the Future is great science fiction, because although it may not be believable that a mad scientist from 1985 could build a time machine out of a car, the concept of time travel itself is actually possible, according to the laws of physics.

Star Wars, on the other hand has The Force, which is a magical power that some people use to lift things up, control and read people's minds, and even zap people with lightning bolts from thei... [More]

Continue...Why Star Wars Is NOT Science Fiction...

Why No Hug For Chewbacca?

Isn't it odd that Princess / General Leia greeted Rey with a big hug at a particularly sensitive moment... but there was no hug for Chewbacca?


In the latest Star Wars movie, (Episode VII, The Force Awakens), there's a moment that still has me scratching my head. It comes right after the Millennium Falcon returns to the Resistance Base without Han Solo, who was killed by his son Ben / Kylo Ren.

Just after the Falcon lands, we see Leia give Rey a big hug, which is pretty strange considering two things. First, she's never met Rey before that moment, and second, she doesn't seem to give any attention to Chewbacca, even though they've got over 40 years of history together.

Chewbacca just lost his best friend and Leia just lost her husband. Clearly, if anyone should be embracin... [More]

Continue...Why No Hug For Chewbacca?...

Believe it or not, some people have never seen Star Wars.


I take it for granted that everyone's seen Star Wars, but the fact is, some people haven't seen it, and there's a good reason. It's rarely on TV, and they may not be the kind of people who invest in buying DVDs or BluRay Discs, especially for movies they've never seen before.

Think about it. If you didn't see the original when it was in theaters in 1977, there were very few chances to see it unless you were willing to purchase a copy.

Since some people rarely purchase movies, that means they probably haven't seen it. That's a shame.


Unfortunately, now that Disney owns the Star Wars franchise, the chances of seeing it on regular TV are even smaller, because Disney has a history of holding back when it comes... [More]

Continue...Why Star Wars Should Be on Regular TV More Often...

Just Call it Star Wars

I hate when people call the original Star Wars "A New Hope"!


When Star Wars was released in 1977, it had only one name, "Star Wars". When The Empire Strikes Back was released, audiences were caught off guard when the opening titles began with "Episode V, The Empire Strikes Back". This immediately implied that the first movie was actually Episode IV, and that there were 3 missing parts that would eventually proceed it.

Regardless of this revelation, for all practical purposes, Star Wars was still... Star Wars, until they eventually released the original movie on VHS and they felt compelled to slap an "Episode IV" on it to make it official. While I can understand that, they also slipped in a new title "A New Hope".

For what it's worth, I and other people old enough to rem... [More]

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Did Han Solo Shoot First?


An artist works on a painting for two years, then hangs it in a gallery, where everyone praises it as a masterpiece. Would it be wrong of the artist to remove the painting from the gallery 20 years later, and make changes before putting it back on display? After all, it was HIS painting.

That's exactly what George Lucas did when he released "Special Editions" of all three films. Unlike most re-released films, he didn't simply re-master them with better sound and color reproduction, he made quite a lot of changes to the films, including adding additional visual effects, and even a few new scenes.

If you watch them side by side, some of the changes are pretty drastic. They added a lot of computer generated creatures who walk around in familiar sc... [More]

Continue...Disney Should Offer The Classic Theatrical Versions of Star Wars...

Think Like a Jedi

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Awaken the Force Inside You.


I was 12 years old when the original Star Wars was released in 1977. To say I was an instant fan is an understatement. I was obsessed with it.

Like many people who grew up in that era, the fascination with Star Wars went way beyond simply enjoying the action scenes or the special effects. What attracted me most was the idea of being a "Jedi".

To me, there were 5 kinds of people in the movie:

1. Good Guys.

2. Bad Guys.

3. Really Good Guys.

4. Really Bad Guys.

5. Scoundrels.

The majority of the characters were Good Guys, Bad Guys, and Scoundrels. Most of the Good Guys were Rebels, and most of the bad guys were Stormtroopers, so it was easy to tell them apart.

What made the movie special was that there were only a few "

... [More]

Continue...Think Like a Jedi...

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