Yep -- Because there's nothing kids love more than movies about taxation. Lucas only selectively claims they are aimed at kids when he wants to rationalize how lousy they are.
The truly weird thing is making droids to be disposable and treating that way in society, but also instilling fear and a sense of suffering in them in the first place. When they were designing droids, who thought, "I know: Let's program them to scream in terror when they die!"? If you're designing something to be used with no more thought than an electric toothbrush, why make them think they are people?
... But it may harm your defense if you do not mention, during questioning, something you later rely on in court.
... Which is why they're gonna rule in favour Warner, because screw the public. They aren't a corporation. What business do they have owning things that can be owned privately and exploited by individuals. Individuals meaning individual corporations: The real people.
... For the next Doctor: http://t.co/Yo42g5iaGb
... This is a show where they hooked two computers together WITH CABLES and the Cylons were instantly able to start hacking into it, because apparently that's how cables work. There's nothing to learn here.
... Gun shaped video game controllers kill people.
Just ask one of the twins, "Who would your brother say committed the crime?"
... So JJ certainly can't make it much worse. Not to say I don't have faith in him. Star Wars may be at rock bottom, but if he puts his mind to it, JJ can always find a lower place.
... It's a space station.
Is is possible for an entire generation of artists to sue for libel for being described as worse than a horrible, horrible movie?
... Or, you're guilty of whatever it was that you were doing that we now say, in retrospect, was a crime, even though it wasn't at the time when you did it.
... Is 50?!?
Yep. There are two. Star Wars and Empire Strikes Back. It ends in an odd place, but at least there's no dismal followups or, worse yet prequels, to ruin the story.
Recent versions have become increasingly brittle. In the "final" version (at least for linux), it's got a showstopper bug that causes it to spin in a loop anytime the cpu gets busy, causing it to eat up even more cpu time. This is nowhere near ready for release.