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Some of you are probably familiar with this website. For those of you who are not, you can browse it here (at least for the past year or so):

Some of you are probably familiar with this website. For those of you who are not, you can browse it here (at least for the past year or so):This is not a review, nor is it even an unbiased or objective one. It is a blog (which I consider a review of sorts) written by me, a self-described “fleshpun” (short for “fanboy”) who is obsessed with all things Star Wars from the Original Trilogy to The Phantom Menace to Return of the Jedi.

Some of you are probably familiar with this website. For those of you who are not, you can browse it here (at least for the past year or so):This is not a review, nor is it even an unbiased or objective one. It is a blog (which I consider a review of sorts) written by me, a self-described “fleshpun” (short for “fanboy”) who is obsessed with all things Star Wars from the Original Trilogy to The Phantom Menace to Return of the Jedi.I have been writing this blog since 2006, and I have always been an avid fanboy of Star Wars and sci-fi. I’ve made my fair share of videos and posts about Star Wars and the sci-fi genre, but I feel as though I have always been somewhat “behind the scenes” in all of this because I’ve always been so passionate about the movies.

Some of you are probably familiar with this website. For those of you who are not, you can browse it here (at least for the past year or so):This is not a review, nor is it even an unbiased or objective one. It is a blog (which I consider a review of sorts) written by me, a self-described “fleshpun” (short for “fanboy”) who is obsessed with all things Star Wars from the Original Trilogy to The Phantom Menace to Return of the Jedi.I have been writing this blog since 2006, and I have always been an avid fanboy of Star Wars and sci-fi. I’ve made my fair share of videos and posts about Star Wars and the sci-fi genre, but I feel as though I have always been somewhat “behind the scenes” in all of this because I’ve always been so passionate about the movies.A lot has been written about just how hard it is for the writers and film-makers of Star Wars to make the movies work, and in many cases, the writers have not been able to even come close to meeting production deadlines. I remember in a 2006 interview, writer Chris Weitz said, “The hardest thing is always to find the right story for a movie. And because there is so much story, it is really hard to find the right story.

Some of you are probably familiar with this website. For those of you who are not, you can browse it here (at least for the past year or so):This is not a review, nor is it even an unbiased or objective one. It is a blog (which I consider a review of sorts) written by me, a self-described “fleshpun” (short for “fanboy”) who is obsessed with all things Star Wars from the Original Trilogy to The Phantom Menace to Return of the Jedi.I have been writing this blog since 2006, and I have always been an avid fanboy of Star Wars and sci-fi. I’ve made my fair share of videos and posts about Star Wars and the sci-fi genre, but I feel as though I have always been somewhat “behind the scenes” in all of this because I’ve always been so passionate about the movies.A lot has been written about just how hard it is for the writers and film-makers of Star Wars to make the movies work, and in many cases, the writers have not been able to even come close to meeting production deadlines. I remember in a 2006 interview, writer Chris Weitz said, “The hardest thing is always to find the right story for a movie. And because there is so much story, it is really hard to find the right story.It is the same with the Star Wars movies. Sure, there are plenty of stories that could have worked for the movies, but so often, the story ideas and story ideas that came from the writers just don’t get past the screenwriters, who then have to figure out a way to make the story work.

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