Episode 2 is like a Starship troopers a 90s 00s sci fi flick I could watch without following mythology. To add insult to all this injury, the only way to save your progress is via password. There's some real beauty in this movie that I think maybe gets under appreciated. Your Darth Vader kills his old master? Jedi-meester Obi Wan Kenobi's leerling Anakin krijgt de taak om haar te beschermen, en er begint iets moois te bloeien tussen de twee. Anakin had zero experience with women and he was awkward as you would expect him to be. Repeated violations may result in a ban. Theories, analysis, speculation, news, all is welcome.
I thought these prequels were about Anakin's spiral downward from the path of balance into the Darkside. Let's look at what people have complained about when comparing these to the original trilogy. I like this movie as a standalone film outside of the series. My biggest gripe with the movie is that it moves at a leisurely pace, with lots of weak, unsatisfying sequences that last too long. Of the performers I liked Ewan McGregor Obi-Wan the best; his acting is still a little shaky at times, but here he seems more comfortable with the role. These samples are provided to give users the idea of music. Every location in the movie, from the metropolis skyscrapers of Coruscant to the water planet where prototypes of Stormtroopers are being constructed literally bursts with imagination and eye candy.
The whole process seems more forced then anything, and the fact that you can memorize the order in which the bad guys come after the first try certainly makes the game unchallenging. The digital special effects were disappointing and not convincing. So I popped it in over the weekend. Lucas has said time and again that this movies are meant to be seen as one long film, not to be taken as 6 individual movies. While I do agree that the original trilogy is a tough act to follow, I wasn't as grossly let down by this movie as some were.
Maybe they're all just excited that it's better than Episode One, which I can only assume must be the worst movie ever made, considering this one definitely belongs in the bottom 100. Many predicted that this movie would satisfy those who disliked Episode I with a vengeance, but alas, such was not the case. Where the Hell was he? Try to defeat them using the syrupy control scheme. To make matters worse, the control in these stages is awful. We do not allow excessive low-effort one-liner comments, jokes, memes, or off-topic replies. It is a curated space to talk about additions to canon in a larger perspective—incorporating analysis of the story being told and the real life factors around it in order to best theorize what comes next. We just have to hear Anakin whine about it for about three seconds.
Once you dispose of them, you then start moving to the right again until another group of baddies show up and you must destroy them. Now that I'm older, I respect them for what they are: incredibly creative, exciting and touching films. If your going to lay some blame, lay it at the feet of George Lucas. And how many times did they say that Luke was just like his father? I don't consider this to be the best of all 6 by any means, but it is certainly not nearly as bad as some people make it out to be. As far as controls go, again, a fairly lame configuration. Fifties diner in a galaxy far, far away, complete with sassy robo-waitress.
What has been bothering me has been some of the reasons people are giving for hating these new films. What's the point of a portable game if you have to take along a pad and a pen? It wasn't even shown, thereby castrating the power of the scene. Blog owners hold no responsibility for any illegal usage of the content. The dialogue was laughably atrocious. Speculation is a collaborative process. Most people I've talked to didn't even remember the scene until it was brought up to them. The entire fight was unwarranted.
His mouth is perfectly in sync with every word he says, and the final showdown between him and Dooku is an absolute highlight. I am personally glad that George Lucas did not make the prequels into a new grown up version. I prefer people in elaborate costumes to the digitally animated, and amazingly generic looking, critters that Lukas used here. To say that Christensen and Portman have no chemistry is to say that the Middle East might be facing some political problems. The charm of Star Wars was gone before Lucas unveiled his uber-deluxe, special treatment of the films for the third time. Like so many before it, Clones is just another poorly designed, obviously rushed movie-based title with little going for it besides the license it's based on.
All I missed was the Fonz. I think my point here is that people from my generation have taken something they loved as a kid and put it up on a pedestal so high that they are confused as to why they liked it. I've been listening to several Star Wars podcasts, notably Rebel Force Radio the Star Wars Oxygen- Music of John Williams and I decided to listen to their comments on the music in AotC and I recently discovered the Star Wars Minute podcast where they discuss each individual minute of the movie per episode, and they're currently reviewing AotC as well. We're not exactly talking about Academy Award winners here. I'd rate it lower, but I was never good with fractions. The reviewers on this site giving this movie positive reviews must all be brainwashed. Whoever cast this movie needs to get their head examined.
Their romance is about as believable as grass growing on the moon. But the 3D levels are only marginally less frustrating than all the others and just as repetitive gameplay-wise. Our generation has grown up and it seems that we wanted Star Wars to grow up with us, to morph into some new R-rated grown up version to satisfy our more mature needs. In fact, when I was littler, The Empire Strikes Back was my favorite film. In fact, we liked them because they were cool and had monsters and space battles and there were toys that we could play with and have fun. Ultimately, however, the film belongs to Jedi Master Yoda, played to perfection by Frank Oz.