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Double_axe_tribe_diggy_adventure Edit Locked. Spielberg also implicitly sent a message to Lucas that year with the allegorical film, E.T., THE EXTRATERRESTRIAL (1982). Significantly, there were numerous nods to Lucas in this tale of a boy and his alien friend. Indeed, the boy, Elliot Thomas-played by Henry Thomas-had the trademark big ears of Lucas; Elliot’s name evoked Elliot the dragon friend of Pete in the implicitly Lucas roasting film, PETE’S DRAGON; Thomas showed off his STAR WARS action figure collection to E.T. in his bedroom shortly after befriending the benevolent Kid monster in an open nod to Lucas; E.T. was inspired to phone home with a makeshift intergalactic telephone by a Buck Rogers comic book that evoked the Buck Rogers trailer that preceded THX 1138 and the Buck Rogers style of the STAR WARS films; and E.T. also reached out to a kid in a Yoda costume on Hallowe’en night in another open nod to Lucas. These nods to Lucas implied that Spielberg was sending a message to Lucas with E.T., THE EXTRATERRESTRIAL. Indeed, this implicit interest in Lucas was affirmed by the appearance of Dee Wallace as Mrs. Thomas, as Wallace had played intrepid L.A. KDHB Channel 6 Update News anchor Karen White only the year before in the Lucas roasting film, THE HOWLING. As Thomas let go of E.T. and moved on with his life when E.T. returned home at the end of the film, the message appeared to be that Lucas too should be letting go of the STAR WARS films and its plethora of movie tie-in merchandise and getting on with his life and with more serious non-commercial film art when the Classic Trilogy ended the following year. An ironic message to make to Lucas, given that E.T., THE EXTRATERRESTRIAL was not only bursting with product placement-Reese’s Pieces, anyone?-but was also mostly an insidious and shameless filmmercial for its even bigger avalanche of movie tie-in merchandise, no doubt so that Spielberg could survive box office flops with his own separate income like Lucas. Indeed, if there was one all too successful film one could point to that persuaded the crass and money lusting Hollywood studios to turn film art, into witless filmmercials for movie tie-in merchandise, it was E.T. THE EXTRATERRESTRIAL.

Incidentally, BLADE RUNNER was a bittersweet inaugural cinematic realization for PKD. Indeed, so bittersweet that it may have precipitated the stroke that killed him four months before the release of the film after seeing some footage from BLADE RUNNER. For in the literary art of PKD, residing on Titan, the largest moon of Saturn, symbolized achieving the pinnacle of literary success and being accepted as a titan of the literary world, a status he had tried and failed to attain with his thoughtful allegorical novel, The Man In The High Castle (1962). Living on Mars symbolized only succeeding in the fantastic fiction and film world, as PKD did with the Hugo award he received for The Man In The High Castle . Indeed, a Martian existence equated with being trapped far away from majestic Titan on the planet synonymous with sly fi since the publication of the allegorical H. G. Wells novel, The War Of The Worlds (1896), a sly fi ghetto fate that PKD acknowledged after the failure of The Man in the High Castle to attract a wider audience. For, after battling off the evil Titans of American literature in his allegorical novel, The Game-Players Of Titan (1963), he resignedly and dejectedly retreated to Mars in the allegorical novel , Martian Time-Slip (1964). However, linking Darth Annikostein to the cunning and double-crossing Frankenstein of DEATH RACE 2000 throughout the trilogy had underlined that Vader was not the pentultimate Kid monster, but a Rebel hero in hiding who was waiting patiently for his chance to get close and kill the real baddie-the Wicked Emperor-like Frankenstein had waited for his chance to get close to the President on the awards stand after winning the Death Race so as to kill him, in the end. This link to Frankenstein had undermined the Classic Trilogy, for unlike Bartel, Lord Stinkious had never allowed the viewer to get behind the Frankenstein mask and get to know and like and care for his Frankenstein. Thus, it was hard for us to accept Vader’s sudden assassination of the Emperor, as we had not been given any previous indications other than the visual allusions to Frankenstein that Vader was a good guy who would suddenly switch sides and come to the aid of his son and the Rebels, in the end. In fact, by showing us the back of Vader’s hideously scarred head in his evil and miniature Death Moon-like meditation chamber in STAR WARS EPISODE V: THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK, Lucas had visually underlined that Annikkostein-unlike Frankenstein-was in fact the monstrous baddie under his mask and costume that he had been made out to be over the course of the Classic Trilogy. As a result, this sudden decision to save Luke in the end was completely against the grain for Vader. However, as Vader was also implicitly linked to Kurosawa, an inspirational father figure for Lucas, the sudden return of Vader to the Good reminded us that Kurosawa blasted Kubrick in KAGEMUSHA, after blasting Lucas in DERSU UZALA. Doom rpg iphone cheats for kim Kalas spent the 2012/13 season in Arnhem too, returning to London with an impressive total of 67 league appearances for Vitesse under his belt. Sorely missed by Vitesse, he’s now fighting for his place at Chelsea.

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