Saving Luke Sky Walkers home

  finerty 21:25 23 Aug 2012
  Quickbeam 07:25 24 Aug 2012

I wonder what made the set designers think that a concrete igloo would be considered a futuristic des-res?

  Aitchbee 12:17 24 Aug 2012

Nice link, finerty. The red rocky desert Tunisian landscape is probably not unlike the terrain that Curiosity will trundle across over the next few years, blasting away at the Martian rocks...I hope the Nasa scientists have attached good quality stereo microphones (as well as the 17 cameras), for some out-of-this-world rock-shattering sound effects!

  Bing.alau 16:05 24 Aug 2012

Who the heck's Luke Sky Walker?

  john bunyan 17:56 24 Aug 2012


Although I have never watched it!! Here is a link for you to study!

Star Wars

  Aitchbee 18:01 24 Aug 2012

" Use The Force, Bing.alau! "

  Bing.alau 20:16 24 Aug 2012

What a load of old codswallop, pure fiction. I thought only kids watched stuff like that.

  finerty 04:13 25 Aug 2012

Not only kids but families too!

Started way back in 1977 and has been enjyed by millions of people around the globe.

In fact on the Uxbridge round in the Hanwell area there is a property where you can see a cutout cardboard of a stormtrooper.

  Forum Editor 09:07 25 Aug 2012


"I thought only kids watched stuff like that."

This kid loves stuff like that. The pod race from Phantom Menace is one of my all-time movie favourites.

  carver 14:29 25 Aug 2012

But it's not real F.E

  Forum Editor 14:43 25 Aug 2012

"But it's not real F.E."

Another illusion shattered.

Suspension of disbelief takes care of problems like that. A little dose of Fantasy from time to time is good for the soul.

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