Ernie Fosselius Has A Problem With “The Last Jedi” And It’s There For 40 Years In The making

The latest Star Wars movie “The Last Jedi” has been released and there already have been a lot of talks about it. In a scene, a faraway galaxy has been shown where a big spaceship is getting ready for landing. There were clouds of smoke which was seen coming out from the exhaust ports as the spaceship was getting close to the land. But, people were quite surprised over handle on the hull. The whole thing looked like the clothes-ironing kind.

1The spaceship in “The Last Jedi” looked like a household iron

As per reports, the audiences lost interest in the scene transition in the latest Star Wars movie “The Last Jedi.” The spaceship looked less intimidating, rather it looked like a household iron. People laughed and ridiculed the laundry analogy. But, there was also a cult movie “Hardware Wars” which was released in 1970. In that movie, iron cameo had much more steam.

The spaceship in “The Last Jedi” looked like a household iron

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2Iron scene in the movie was a homage to “Hardware Wars”

It was confirmed by the director of “The Last Jedi” that iron scene in the movie will be a homage to “Hardware Wars” last year. “Hardware Wars” was created by San Francisco-based filmmaker Ernie Fosselius in 1978. The movie was a tailor-made spoof.

Iron scene in the movie was a homage to “Hardware Wars”

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3“Hardware Wars” carried appliances such as irons, vacuums and steamers

Although the current Star Wars series is more sound with many technically advanced spaceships, droids and stormtroopers, the movie “Hardware Wars” carried appliances such as irons, vacuums and steamers.

“Hardware Wars” carried appliances such as irons, vacuums and steamers

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