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First Thing... Star Wars

Posted on the 03 June 2011 by Raghavmodi @raghavmodi
Eureka! Well not exactly. Had an idea of a blog post that I can probably do on a recurring basis. It’s simple really. I put forth something related to cinema (name of a movie/actor/director or a genre) to a select few of my twitter followers (they will be different in every post) and ask them to tell me the first thing that comes to their mind. I further ask them to limit their answer to just one sentence maximum. I will post their answers along with their twitter handles and I recommend that you follow them if you are on twitter.
I will also be doing the same with the twitter travel enthusiasts on my travel blog, but will obviously throw out a travel related topic. So keep a look out for that as well.
Today’s Question:
The first thing that comes to your mind when I say “Star Wars”
@snobbyfilmguy - I used to love them but now I'm tired of them.
@everyfilmin2011 - The man from the Green Cross Code with a big black plastic mask on.
@ronniebgoodwin - storm trooper bumping his head in the low doorway, ha...
@SuperDuper_Chic - Geeky, yet epic Sci-fi film series that shouldn't have had any prequels.
@Love_cinema - Outer space.
@askimrach - Revolutionary, awesome
@mothpete - 1. Soundtrack... but that might be because the kids are playing Star Wars Lego in the next room. 2. Luke looking up at the two suns – simple (Okay since we are just starting 2 sentences were allowed in this case J
@shingla - blank face :-|
@Myfilmviews - A very rich George Lucas and a lot of fans that are still willing to buy any merchandise related to the movies.
@reviwer - Darth Vader

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