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  • Waidmann
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    Maybe I'm paranoid, but what bothered me about the movie (which I actually enjoyed overall) was the stupid cosmopolitan-social message behind it. Allmost all the good ones were "colourfull people", hoping on strangers to spontaniously helping their comrads in need, whilst fighting the bad men who were all white men. Com'on people!

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  • Snake
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    Originally posted by Chrisss Nofff View Post

    I also disliked how they handled the Leia scenes. They used deleted scenes from the previous films, and simply worked it into the dialogue. The whole thing is strange to look at. I really think they just should have re-cast a different actress.
    A-fucking-men.

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  • Chrisss Nofff
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    Originally posted by Snake View Post
    It is:

    1) An apology for the last jedi.
    2) A frivolous and esperate checklist of things pandering to fanboys
    3) A pile of Sith

    I am glad that I ain't no star wars fans. I would probably way more angry than I ever was at Rammstein.
    The first two points on your list, I highly agree with.


    It's strange how I ended up enjoying "The Force Awakens" the most, from the three new movies. "The Last Jedi" was still somewhat a good movie, but it was a terrible sequel. Last Jedi really is what broke this trilogy. To be honest, the only thing that happens in episode 8, is that Snoke and Luke die. Other than that, all the characters end up in the same place, and have developed the same way, In addition, all of our main characters have been seperated, which means they have not formed any interesting relationships or conflicts.

    So for "Rise of Skywalker", JJ Abrahams more or less had to come up with a story that somehow ties this trilogy together.

    The main story for episode 9 really sounds like what a hardcore Star Wars-fan would have come up with. The idea of bringing back Palpatine, and having Star Destroyers with mini-Death Star cannons, is such a un-creative and strange choice, but its really the only thing they could have done in order to build up a threatining villain.


    The movie is saved by JJ Abrahams being a good action/sci-fi director. But honestly, I think I wouldn't recommed to see this film unless you want to know how this trilogy ends. I also disliked how they handled the Leia scenes. They used deleted scenes from the previous films, and simply worked it into the dialogue. The whole thing is strange to look at. I really think they just should have re-cast a different actress.

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  • Snake
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    It is:

    1) An apology for the last jedi.
    2) A frivolous and esperate checklist of things pandering to fanboys
    3) A pile of Sith

    I am glad that I ain't no star wars fans. I would probably way more angry than I ever was at Rammstein.
    Last edited by Snake; 12-31-2019, 12:38 AM.

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  • Chrisss Nofff
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    Any thoughts on "Rise of Skywalker"?

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  • Art in Heaven
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    MarryAcatS, did you enjoy the movie or not?

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  • Snake
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    ^You must have grown up really fast, since this movie came out less than 8 mounths ago.

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  • Francisca Ficklin
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    I grew up with this movie but I was never really a fan.

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  • Bellflavor
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    I haven't watched all Star Wars episodes but this Force Awakens has a great action so far and a good film.

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  • Waidmann
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    ^I didn't like the fan reactions at all. Especially not Plinkett's who gives arguments by showing elements form other movies, while I could immediately give several arguments for the opposite. And sometimes he doesn't even give arguments at all for his opinions, or says things that I even consider entierly wrong (like saying Obi-Wan and Qui-Gon don't really care about their mission? Why the hell would you say think that? I see nothing that implies that!).

    But this is just me. I really don't like negativity, in the way that I can only justify it if the arguments are legit. Otherwise it's just hateful nonsensical bashing, destroying for the sake of destroying, not to mention the Rammstein-haters who circum-jerk each other of without caring to tell why.

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  • Chrisss Nofff
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    Despite the fact that I defend the prequels mostly (especially "Revenge of the Sith"), I have always LOVED the fan reactions. The thing is "Star Wars" fans are often so passionate, that whenever they attack or defend something, it's often in a quite dramatic manner. Doug Walker (aka. "The Nostalgia Critic") said that the most entertaining thing about "The Phantom Menace" was the way people reacted to it. The bashing or the defending was always taking VERY seriously by both sides.

    When it comes to the legendary RedLetterMedia reviews from Mr Plinkett, I think I have seen them all actually. You can't even call these videos "reviews" anymore. They are more like "minute-for-minute"-dissections of the prequels. I love these videos, but they are just not THAT rewatchable since they are al most as long as the movies themselves. I have seen the "Revenge of the Sith"-review once or twice though. I can find it entertaining, even when I in the end still disagree with most of it and enjoy the movies.

    PS: If you are watching the "EP III: Revenge of the Sith"-review, stay away from minute 35:18 (might cause some long-term trauma )
    Last edited by Chrisss Nofff; 01-04-2016, 06:56 PM.

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  • Snake
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    Ep. III:

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  • Snake
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    Ep. II:

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  • Snake
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    Given that we are debating wether or not the prequels are any good, I invite everybody to watch this epic Plinkett review of Ep. I:

    Last edited by Snake; 01-03-2016, 02:14 AM.

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  • Waidmann
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    ^I did like the prequels but more because of the great actors (Neeson, McGregor, Portman, Jackson, Lee, McDiarmid) and some very cool fighting scenes (with Dooku, Grievous, Darth Maul, the arena fight in Attack of the Clones) and the overall strong plot, great effects and theme music. I was indeed bothered by some CGI (just use the Yoda-doll people!) and some very poor acting skills (Hayden Christensen) or characters (Jar Jar Binks). But I can't say I didn't enjoy those movies. But I agree with Chrisss that Lucas might've simply lost it a bit. Even those who hate the prequels will not deny that there's at least a spark, at least a lot of potential in those movies. For me it mostly worked out well, but I think the 'Old Lucas' might've been able to make even more out of it. He did a good job with the prequels, but not a great job IMO.

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