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URL: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=39829
Submitted by: Zoso240
Comments: 24  (Read/Post)     Favorites: 0  (View)
Submitted on: 04-26-2005
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Anybody looking forward to seeing this? I am!!


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4-26-2005 @ 10:09:35 AM
Posted By : thirtyseven Reply | Edit | Del
No. Fuck the new Star Wars movies. Nothing can ever touch the original's genius.

[Edited by thirtyseven on 4-26-2005 @ 10:12:07 AM]

4-26-2005 @ 12:43:44 PM
Posted By : 427 Vette Reply | Edit | Del
I wasn't really impressed by the trailer.

4-26-2005 @ 12:46:49 PM
Posted By : LordFlux Reply | Edit | Del
I'm looking forward to Episode III. I agree, nothing can touch the originals (and I mean the true originals... not the re-released garbage)... but Episode III does look pretty good.

4-26-2005 @ 12:51:48 PM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
Episode IV was awesome.
Episode V was almost as good, but since the ending was open, leading to Ep. VI, it didn't feel "complete."
Episode VI was as good, if not better than Ep. IV
The Special Editions of the original 3 were decent, didn't really ruin them for me, didn't improve them that much either.

Episode I sucked motza balls.
Episode II was good enough to where I didn't have to check my watch every 5 minutes...
Episode III looks like it might actually be good.

...and as a sidenote, I will never forgive George Lucas for the way he's handling the pre-production of the fourth Indiana Jones movie... Harrison Ford and Speilberg are doing everything they can to make the movie good, and Lucas is trying to interject his stupidity at every turn.

4-26-2005 @ 12:55:10 PM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
#4, I'm noticed that on the IJ movie as well. The Indiana Jones trilogy was already great, and it would be *very* easy to screw up the fourth one. I can just imagine Indiana Jones Espisode 1: The Nazi Menace. >_<

4-26-2005 @ 12:57:57 PM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
#5, Well, one of Hollywood's most well-respected scriptwriters wrote a preliminary script for the fourth IJ movie...
Harrison Ford read it, absolutely loved it, would love to be attached to the project.
Speilberg read it, thought it was amazing, and would have no problem putting up a lot of money to produce it.

George Lucas? Read it and fired the scriptwriter.

4-26-2005 @ 01:55:31 PM
Posted By : LordFlux Reply | Edit | Del
#6, I remember that. What's the current status on IJ4? I haven't heard anything recently.

4-26-2005 @ 01:57:37 PM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
#7, Pretty much dead as a doornail thanks to Mr. Lucas.

George Lucas was a special effects genius back in the '70s, and just happened to get lucky with the first Star Wars movie, with the next two just drawing on that success... he's not a good writer or director. He couldn't write his way out of a wet paper bag.

4-26-2005 @ 02:32:48 PM
Posted By : stang392 Reply | Edit | Del
#4, I agree 100%

4-26-2005 @ 02:58:08 PM
Posted By : Zoso240 Reply | Edit | Del
#1, Then you might not like this:
"Here's what we've been told officially about the upcoming live-action TV series from Lucasfilm. "
100 episodes
1 hour each
based on a spinoff character
Lucas will direct first season
write season one at one time
film season one at one time
takes place between ROTS and ANH

4-26-2005 @ 03:11:20 PM
Posted By : stang392 Reply | Edit | Del
#10, >_<

4-26-2005 @ 03:18:42 PM
Posted By : DA_MAISTA Reply | Edit | Del
I fear that this movie is going to plainly suck.
Lets face it: Todays computer-graphics are good enough for Warcraft3 cutscenes, but in movies they cant make it on their own. A science-fiction/fantasy movie needs meticulously shaped miniatures, insanely detailed matte-paintings and carefully crafted costumes to work.
IMHO, Lotr set new standards for this genre, being a sort of retro (relatively) low budget production.
There are other examples for this: Pitch black was low budget, had a limited amount of CG-effects. And it worked. Riddick was full of CG and it sucked. Look at Terminator3. The film worked because when that crane smashed through that office building, I KNEW that they were actually breaking stuff, hellyeah!
The new starwars-series is lacking ...love, dedication. Look at Gollum vs. Yoda. It was a pain in the ass to get that Gollum guy right, but it worked. Yoda on the other hand is stuck with his single "taking a painful dump"-facial expression. Even ALF could act better.

4-26-2005 @ 03:28:14 PM
Posted By : solid_snake Reply | Edit | Del
for me the ranking goes like this
new hope
phantom menace

4-26-2005 @ 03:41:06 PM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
#12, I agree. CG is fine when used creatively, but it's all-too-often used as a bailout by lazy filmmakers. Anybody remember the CGI Corvette crash from the beginning of Along Came a Spider? Absolutely awful.

Actual props and miniatures usually look much more realistic.

4-26-2005 @ 03:44:51 PM
Posted By : stang392 Reply | Edit | Del
#14, oh god, that crash wasn't even close to looking real. hell it wasn't even close to looking like good CG

4-26-2005 @ 03:48:41 PM
Posted By : MxCx Reply | Edit | Del
My only complaint is the lack of actor playing Anakin.

4-26-2005 @ 04:01:10 PM
Posted By : DA_MAISTA Reply | Edit | Del
#16, Agreed. But what were the alternatives? I would say Vin Diesel would have made a cool Darth Vader in spe.
Or simply put Viggo Mortensen into an old brown sweater, call it jedi apprentice and tell him that a light saber is lighter than a two-handed battlesword... hell, I would have been cooler, why didnt they cast me?

10-21-2006 @ 10:13:30 PM
Posted By : MxCx Reply | Edit | Del

Sheesh. Its like George Lucas shat on your grandmothers grave or something.

Edit: Lest we all forget how FREAKING CORNY the original trilogy was?

[Edited by MxCx on 10-21-2006 @ 10:14:21 PM]

10-21-2006 @ 10:16:46 PM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
I enjoyed the prequel series. My only complaints are that the actor playing Anakin was rather wooden, and the dialog, especially in Ep. 2, was sometimes even hokier than that in the original movie series. Plenty of action and stuff, though.

10-21-2006 @ 10:19:22 PM
Posted By : Adambomb Reply | Edit | Del
I hated that one with stupid Jar Jar Binks in it.

e: Phantom Menace.

[Edited by Adambomb on 10-21-2006 @ 10:20:55 PM]

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