Re: Old or New Trilogy?

Ooh, I thought that was Dark Lord. I'll have to check for the RIse book sometime when I'm at a bookstore.

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Miba wrote:

Ooh, I thought that was Dark Lord. I'll have to check for the RIse book sometime when I'm at a bookstore.

Well, it kind of is. The title is Dark Lord: The Rise of Darth Vader. Both names will work. smile

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28 (edited by Miba Monday, February 13, 2006 2:15 pm)

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Ooh, lol, I'm an idiot. tongue

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Ooh, lol, I'm an idiot. tongue

Nah, it's a simple mistake. I used to think the same thing before... smile

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Well, the real thing that makes it different from Obi-Wan or Luke's "NOOOO!!!" was the fact that you couldn't see the expression on his face behing the mask. That is what makes it seem more corny... At least, that is what I think...

Also, I think, that it did not really show care for Padmé, it just sounded like, "NOOOOO I am only doing this to get paid OOOO."

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Oops sorry about that, yes the book is Dark Lord: The Rise of Vader - I didn't have it handy at the time. And I agree, there wasn't much anguish in that cry it was like "crap did I do that?" wink

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Re: Old or New Trilogy?

I like both actually. I was intrigued by all the new (or shall I say old) technology they brought in with the prequals. But if I really had to pick, definately episodes 4,5 and 6. (Since Boba ownz)

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Definately the old trilogy. The ONLY thing I don't like about the old trilogy is the fact that there are *sniff* no Jango clones... Pardon me Boba, I meant, er, well.... *opens mouth and inserts foot*

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i agreed with the "NOOOO" but it was the way it was acted, it seemed more like "No, i've went to the toilet and i've ran out of toilet role" rather than "NO, i've lost my wife, the one who i loved the most".

As for the movies. Erm, i would say original, but that is because phantom menace lets the prequels down a bit. and there is no adult Boba in em. but still clones n jango make the prequels cool..

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Actually I love TPM. big_smile Ok, now you can throw tomatos at me. tongue

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36 (edited by KudarMubat15 Thursday, February 16, 2006 6:19 pm)

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Miba wrote:

Actually I love TPM. big_smile Ok, now you can throw tomatos at me. tongue

I agree 100%. The Phantom Menace rocks, even though it is a little down the list in my favorites of the Star Wars films. It shows how the life of two ordinary Jedi went, with neither being the "Chosen One". It has a double bladed lightsaber and resembles a time of new hope for Star Wars. When episode I came out, every Star Wars fan knew it would be a while before Star Wars died out.

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Miba wrote:

Actually I love TPM. big_smile Ok, now you can throw tomatos at me. tongue

*lobs a tomoto* Two words... Jar Jar.... grrrrrrr mesa so hate him...

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Sharpy wrote:
Miba wrote:

Actually I love TPM. big_smile Ok, now you can throw tomatos at me. tongue

*lobs a tomoto* Two words... Jar Jar.... grrrrrrr mesa so hate him...

Jar Jar isn't so bad... You just have to learn to ignore him...

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Yeah, I don't mind Jar Jar. He's not among my favorite characters, but he's not among my most hated ones either.

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hey you guys who like the old trlogy which do you like the ones that came out in the 70s and 80s or the remade ones of the 90s.if you dont know what im talking about dose greedo shot frist or dose he get blow away by han in that cantna in Episode V.

some blood lines were ment to end.

41 (edited by Miba Friday, February 17, 2006 11:42 am)

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Actually, the cantina scene is in Episode IV, and the name of the cantina is called Chalmon's Cantina.

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cool that i did not know (call myself a fan)

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Really? I didn't know that either, how u figure that out?

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Well, I know it's in Episode IV cause, well, that's ANH, and there isn't a cantina scene in ESB. So it's not Episoce V. As for the name, I think I learned it either in Tales from the Mos Eisley Cantina, or in the SW Encyclopedia.

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Yeah. Chalmon's Cantina is named for it's owner, Chalmon the wookiee.

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46 (edited by Miba Saturday, February 18, 2006 3:48 pm)

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It would be cool to know more about him too. In the Encyclopedia there's a picture, but that's about it. It would also be cool to see how Wuher (I think that's the right spelling?) got a job there, or where Chalmon is since he's never really seen that much? It might say, but I'm too lazy to get up in look. Maybe in a bit I will.

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Miba wrote:

It would also be cool to see how Wuher (I think that's the right spelling?) got a job there, or where Chalmon is since he's never really seen that much?

Wuher is spelled right, I don't think that's how Chalmun is spelled...

I agree, it would be nice to find out more about these two individuals.  The TFMEC short story about Wuher was somewhat odd, from what I remember...something about Greedo and the perfect drink.

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Yeah, that story was weird. He found took Greedo's body and ground it up into powder for a drink? Or something like that. o_0

And thanks, lol, I never could remember that Chalmun was spelled with a u.

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Yeah, it was very strange... Wuher should set his goals higher. tongue

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Do you mean there is another trilogy?



the new star wars themed movies miss the mark on so many levels. there was actually some acting talent, but no script. cheesy? oh yeah, extra cheese. everything was overcompensated with computer graphics. Crazy amounts of action filling every second of every frame simply because they could. if they had payed more attention to the script and just a little less on bombarding the viewer with cg (like how its way overdone in the third matrix movie) they might have made some classics like the first.

They forgot the magic of the myth.