Whole lot of good those posts did me today. I just got back from Philly a little while ago. However, I'm thinking of going to Wizard World in Chicago and may be able to help up some of the She Hulk fans there.
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I think Lucas is actually looking at things from a somewhat unique POV in the movie industry. He's actually willing to go back and fix things and not leave some screwups out there for all eternity. I think it's almost like a software company sending out updates for a program. They recognize the imperfections and fix them. So does Lucas. He has the will and the means to fix his mistakes. I can't fault him for going back and making the best movie that he can, even after the theatrical release.
I see what you're saying, but the original versions of SW occupy such a unique position in cinematic history that I believe they should be preserved for their historical value (artistic debates being an entirely separate issue). I don't see the harm in having the originals available, if for no other reason than as a basis for comparison with the updated versions.Quote