Darth Gumby wrote:Well, they could just stick with the same effect from the original.
> >If anyone's gracious enough to respond to any of the following,
> >but not every single point, PLEASE don't paste the entire thing, or
> >You'll hear Qui-Gon calling out your name and going "NOOooo...!!"
> >10. In both prequels now, we never see a first-person POV of a
> I think they (them effects people) probably don't want to outdo the original
Assuming we watched it in chrono order, it wouldn't be until Episode
IV that we get to be blown away by the effect. Weird.
Also I was thinking that if it were solely intended to be viewed in
> >24. Is there a somber, reflective "Obi-Wan/Force theme-Binary Sunset"I guess, and there's the time-lapse sunset on Coruscant, after Qui-Gon
> >moment in I and II? In ESB I guess it was the build-up to the final
> >shot, in ROTJ it was Vader's funeral.
> In TPM the part where Anakin is walking away from Shmi is pretty darn somber.
and Obi-Wan talk about Anakin on the balcony.
But as I've now been informed, AOTC's bit is obviously the "shadow on
> >26. Doesn't Anakin's bionic hand look, well, creepy? As for theI guess he had his indulgent use of the Force to help out his one
> >wedding seemingly happening so soon, after all they'd been through in
> >the battle, I can sort of see why they do it.
> I think he made it himself. :)
> >27. End credits... I could be wrong, but weren't Hamill, Fisher, andI just liked how in the originals it gave a sense that it was an
> >Ford's names in the credits always in the same line? Episode I and
> >II's main three actors are listed separately both times. Is it an ego
> That always made me go hmm during TPM.
ensemble. And the chemistry the three leads had there is what we all
seem to miss in the prequels. Funny how that works.
> >Okay, this is more a Spider-Man thing to sign off with, but how is theYeah, but the thing is that Peter was probably around TPM Anakin's age
> >idea of Peter calling Mary Jane an "angel" as a kid any different than
> >Anakin doing the same with Padme, which got lambasted?
> Teen/twenty-something dorks in movies aren't looked down upon by fans as much as
when he said it (like I said, it's only talked about in the movie). If
teen/twenty-something Peter actually said it, that'd be even worse! :P
And hey, isn't Jar Jar composing himself then addressing Padme as
> >On that note, I'm wishing Lucas had allowedGreat, that spoils me along with this exchange i accidentally came
> >himself to have Anakin roll his eyes and sarcastically/ironically
> >mutter "yippee." at some point in AOTC.
> Well, you said you don't like spoilers so I won't mention what one of James Earl
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