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re Speilberg sux [message #53338] Wed, 01 May 2013 18:30
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Date: Fri, 24-Jun-83 12:15:00 EDT
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Posted: Fri Jun 24 12:15:00 1983
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From:  Randy Haskins 

What is this &*)(&)&%^)  ?

          Your other hope is SPEILBERG?!?!? The man has no
     story sense \\and// none of the feeling for when an
     effect will work that Lucas has (can you name any
     scene in any of Speilberg's work that carries the
     immediate impact of the opening shot in SW IV?

Did you see Poltergeist?  That whole movie is an effect with
incredible impact!  Despite what the credits say, Speilberg had
his little hands deep in that movie.  An article I read said
(this is also from Poltergeist): "Speilberg: he knows what scares
you."  As far as I'm concerned, that movie is the scariest I've
ever seen.  You don't really have to believe in life after death
for it to scare you.  Believing in unfathomable evil will
suffice.  What about Close Encounters?  That movie expressed as
much awesome good as Poltergeist did evil.  Anyway, everyone I've
talked to agrees that Lucas blew every available dramatic scene
in Jedi.
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