Great Job, Internet!: George Lucas claimed the Star Wars movies “rhyme” and this video shows how

In a behind-the-scenes feature on the creation of the Star Wars prequels, there’s a moment where George Lucas makes a statement on the thematic relationship between his newer films and the original trilogy. “You see the echo of where it all is gonna go,” he says, referring to the images onscreen in the new movies, and how they relate to the later ones. “It’s like poetry, sort of. They rhyme.” Anyone who’s seen the prequels is probably more than willing to claim that Lucas must have been talking out of his ass, because the main thing those later films rhyme with is “bad movie.”

Only, that’s not exactly true. The films do have a kind of imagistic symbiosis, as is demonstrated in this new video from Vimeo member WhoIsPablo (a.k.a Pablo Fernandez Eyre, a director and editor in Los Angeles). Eyre has taken scenes …

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