Broog on Star Wars
Submitted by jim on Thu, 09/23/2004 - 11:26
It is not Broog’s habit to write about the release of movies on Digital Versatile Disc, because Broog is very large and possessed of significant majesty and aesthetic genius, while television is a puny and wretched medium which encourages the creation of such dross as “America’s Dumbest Pastry Chefs” and “Men Who Sleep With Tiny Women Only To Discover They Are Garden Gnomes”. However, such is the significance of the original Star Wars trilogy in the world of film that the Arbiter of Artistic Truth will deign to recognise the long-awaited release with a few words.
I love how he manages to touch on two recent Listology conversations:  to what degree Lucas sucks, and  viewing at home vs. viewing in theaters.