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Thread: Do you like midichlorians? Cuz George Lucas sure did!

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    Do you like midichlorians? Cuz George Lucas sure did!

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    Begun the Lucas ideas for ST vs Disney ST wars have...

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    That barely explains anything..leave it to Mildoo though he or "it" is a disney cheerleader.
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    GL has said in past interviews on how various human cultures have basic roots in myth and legend. Unless I'm mistaken, I think that's what GL was trying to tell within the SW universe, but I think trying to do that IMPO robs the mystique of what the Force is....kind of trying to prove the existence of God/creation through the scientific method.
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    Short answer for me is No.

    It was poorly executed, and prolly the weakest new concept introduced in TPM.

    Let the past die George.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deak_Starkiller View Post
    GL has said in past interviews on how various human cultures have basic roots in myth and legend. Unless I'm mistaken, I think that's what GL was trying to tell within the SW universe, but I think trying to do that IMPO robs the mystique of what the Force is....kind of trying to prove the existence of God/creation through the scientific method.
    While I agree. I do feel that the microbiotic idea does have merit, there are vastly more microorganisms than other life forms. Though I do feel it would have been boring aspect to pursue. In Star Wars, this isn't the scientific world of Star Trek! lol
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    The Whills and midichlorians were one and the same? Huh.

    Less intrigued by the Whills now.
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    If someone would have told me 5 years ago the ideas for the ST included Leia flying and Luke being cranky, depressed, green milk from 4 ******d beast drinking hermit that tried to murder his own nephew who died while in the Matrix...I would have thought "Jeeze that would suck"

    Actually these ideas DID suck...so whatever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Masterfett View Post
    While I agree. I do feel that the microbiotic idea does have merit, there are vastly more microorganisms than other life forms. Though I do feel it would have been boring aspect to pursue. In Star Wars, this isn't the scientific world of Star Trek! lol
    it would have been more like "Horton Hears a Who" than Star Trek. the Journal of the Whills would have been written by tiny little 'Who People' called Midichlorians. they would have their own society and their own Mayor (pronounced "M'air" by Jim Carrey).
    "Is there anyone on this ship, who even remotely, looks like Satan?" -- James Kirk, U.S.S. Enterprise.

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    Medichlorians was, probably, one of the worst ideas to have ever come from the mind of George Lucas and a film about them would have been absolutely terrible. It would have been just "the fans" that would have hated it and torn it apart, I guarantee that.

    Lucas is...no...was a fantastic and imaginative man who created a hodge-podge galaxy that felt real and lived in. It was one of the greatest achievements of the original 'Star Wars'. Something that was, on the face of it, silly and unbelievable, became intriguing and believable. But, somewhere along the line, Lucas lost that mojo that made his wonderful ideas a viable reality. Perhaps, he achieved too much power and corrupted himself. Perhaps having a team of actual co-workers around him, instead of Yes-men really benefitted his story telling. That, coupled with real world limitations in what you could put onto a screen, aided his movie making magic in ways that he could never truly understand. I suspect that is why the original Star Wars trilogy still looks and feels vastly superior to the prequel trilogy in every way possible.

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