June 13, 2006 at 3:00 pm #887
PT vs OT – Discuss!Quote:-Star Wars is like Van Halen. Many fans love the band. You have your Roth fans and you have your Hagar fans. Gary Sherone is the Holiday Special.June 13, 2006 at 3:21 pm #11310NewmanParticipant
Personally I like parts of them all.
Ep1: Podrace + Final Battle
Ep2: Final Battle
Ep3: First Space Battle + Final Battle
Ep4: When Han shot first
Ep5: All of it
Ep6: Final BattleJune 13, 2006 at 3:38 pm #11309robParticipant
I love Star Wars, but I’ve really let it go quite a bit. I’m just kinda done with it.
Harry Potter, however…June 13, 2006 at 4:32 pm #11311BSherrodParticipant
One of my favorite parts randomly is still the pod race. Maybe it’s because I like racing and that was the star wars equivalent of it.June 13, 2006 at 10:48 pm #11308ElNachoParticipant
1 question. How come how the sith goes extinct is so lame? Darth throws the dude and he falls to his death? You call that an ending? WHAT? Why not have some big, force-faceoff or something?June 14, 2006 at 2:46 am #11314Jor-ElParticipant
I think what I like most about the movies as a whole is mythological aspect tied with the creative visuals. I like the story if I can ignore some of its lesser points. IV is my favorite to quote. I surely like C-3PO from the OT vs PT. The OT inspired me the most visually probably because the PT didn’t exist at that age for me. I remember watching the OT over and over. The rest of what I think is in a previous show. I think Show 93.
I like titties.June 14, 2006 at 4:19 pm #11316BingParticipant
I’m with the piano man on this one. The Originals are like a morality tale for our generation. The prequels are cool as hell and help flesh out the whole story, but the originals were my thing.
…that is until someone made Han shoot second…..June 15, 2006 at 4:16 pm #11313
Piano Man, I like that. I agree with Jerry and Bing.ElNacho wrote:1 question. How come how the sith goes extinct is so lame? Darth throws the dude and he falls to his death? You call that an ending? WHAT? Why not have some big, force-faceoff or something?
I am trying to grasp of what El Goofball is trying to ask. Darth Vader throws the Emperor over the ledge because he is not strong in the force that he once was. Meaning if Vader wasn’t burned and put in the suit that limited his movement, he would kick his ass. Emperor could’ve left Vader/Anakin at Mustafar, but he got sick of tired finding and training new apprentices (especially Anakin, he was the One) and with Anakin/Vader being loyality to him, he saved him and made him the “face” of the Empire.June 16, 2006 at 3:41 am #11317FrankParticipant
Ah, time to bust out with my Akira Kurosawa stuff. Following close on Kurosawa’s “Hidden Fortress,” the movie delves into great detail about the fight between true good and true evil and what it will do to members of both sides.
Oh what the fuck, the movies are cool. The sequals are better. Nothing’s better than Empire. Leia in the Gold Metal Bikini’s still one the all-time most requested fantasies by guys our age and you don’t need a blaster to whoop someone’s ass. Give me a lightsaber any freakin’ day!
Can we agree that, as a whole, it’s good and go from there?June 16, 2006 at 12:13 pm #11312Frank wrote:…Can we agree that, as a whole, it’s good and go from there?
You know Frank, Yes, I agree. Like Lucas said that Star Wars; all episodes, are to be seen as one movie. One kick ass movie.June 16, 2006 at 1:24 pm #11315BingParticipant
One kick ass movie
…in a metal bikini
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