Re: Boba Fett-like characters in books, movies, comics, etc.

What does that have to do with posting a post in it?

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27 (edited by draco fett Thursday, May 4, 2006 12:11 pm)

Re: Boba Fett-like characters in books, movies, comics, etc.

If a topic is dead you are not suppose to post in it.

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Re: Boba Fett-like characters in books, movies, comics, etc.

Unless it's something portraining to the topic, such as a new piece of information or a different view on the topic as a whole.

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Re: Boba Fett-like characters in books, movies, comics, etc.

Quiet, do not give him ideas! You are right.

take it easy baby take it as it comes

Re: Boba Fett-like characters in books, movies, comics, etc.

i watched the movie "micheal clayton" recently.
and there r 2 assasins in it that really embody fett. they treat the work very professional(no emotion) and r very cool about their work. i instantly wanted to know more about them-but didnt. sort of like fett where less is more.
they had tricks to tracking people etc.
anyway-add 'em to the heap of characters that resemble fett.

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Re: Boba Fett-like characters in books, movies, comics, etc.

Cujo, personally, I thought Micheal Clayton (George Clooney) was moreso like Boba Fett than those two goons with the car bomb. He gets called in for high-end jobs, he's quick on his feet, he doesn't take it from anyone, he gets people on record. Reminded me most of the Fett we saw in the Dark Horse Comics "Boba Fett" mini-series.

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Re: Boba Fett-like characters in books, movies, comics, etc.

"goons" you say...?
i can see that point, clooney is never less than the coolest guy in the room.
but as far as the fact they were hired to survail and or kill people-made me draw the fett comparison.
and they were not without tact- the sophistication of said carbomb and how they snuffed out the other dude.
until the end when you see them rattled i thought they were smooth criminals.

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Re: Boba Fett-like characters in books, movies, comics, etc.

cujo, heh. You're right. They were all good.

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Re: Boba Fett-like characters in books, movies, comics, etc.

If anyone's read R. A. Salvatore's books, Artemis Entreri reminded me of Boba--until his character was ruined by that stupid flute. mad

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