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  • Deleted user 2 September 2013 12:42:48
    Just not the same as seeing them in a proper film though. Dunno why.
  • vijay_UK 2 Sep 2013 12:55:15 2,655 posts
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    Great, now I want to watch Star Wars. But I have to watch it from Ep1 to Ep6, as it was meant to be seen. Yippee!
  • Tonka 2 Sep 2013 12:56:06 21,878 posts
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    No it wasn't.

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  • Deleted user 2 September 2013 12:57:25
    Tonka wrote:
    No it wasn't.
    This.
  • Buztafen 2 Sep 2013 13:02:03 16,736 posts
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    Let him be, he'll realise the error of his ways soon enough...
  • DFawkes 2 Sep 2013 13:10:05 24,679 posts
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    I quite like the idea of the Machete Order (4, 5, 2, 3, 6). Seems logical enough at least, and omits the Phantom Menace. I never realised until reading his explanation just how unnecessary Episode 1 is. It's a spin-off at best, in my eyes. I still don't mind it, for all its faults.

    Either that or release order, which is simpler to do.

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  • Tonka 2 Sep 2013 13:18:53 21,878 posts
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    Then there's the mythical Topher Grace edit. All three prequels in 85-minutes

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  • Tonka 2 Sep 2013 13:21:44 21,878 posts
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    Sometimes I worry for my sons. There is no way they'll get to see anything but Harmy's STAR WARS Despecialized Edition that is mentioned in that Machete Order post.

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  • Deleted user 2 September 2013 13:22:16
    Is it really true that Lucas says you should watch them in chronological/numerical order? I find that impossible to believe. I know he lost the plot, but surely he actually understands the basic way his own films work. They make no dramatic sense in that order.
  • Tonka 2 Sep 2013 13:35:04 21,878 posts
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    LeoliansBro wrote:
    And yes. Does he expect you to watch the pre-credits sequence of The Last Crusade before Raiders of the Lost Ark as well?

    That would actually make more sense, dramatically.
    First you have to sort all the episodes of Young Indiana Jones and watch them. A mighty task.

    And BTW, where do the Ewok Films go? And the christmas special?

    Edited by Tonka at 13:35:44 02-09-2013

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  • gooner77 2 Sep 2013 13:36:22 939 posts
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    Oblivion 6/10. Decent if predictable sci fi, some great imagery but let down by a schmaltzy ending.

    Ong Bak 2 8/10. not as good as the first, but my word there are some brilliant fight scenes especially the village bit at the end and the helpful elephant co fighter.
  • vijay_UK 2 Sep 2013 13:50:42 2,655 posts
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    Tonka wrote:
    No it wasn't.
    I was quoting George Lucas, that was my error :$
  • vijay_UK 2 Sep 2013 13:53:04 2,655 posts
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    Deckard1 wrote:
    I like ewoks.


    There I said it.
    I liked the Rancor monster's big boobed half brother
  • Tonka 2 Sep 2013 13:54:09 21,878 posts
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    OMG Deckard is Leolians nephew O_O

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  • localnotail 2 Sep 2013 13:58:33 23,093 posts
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    Chopsen wrote:
    Really? He just walks around being Tom Cruise Action Character in everything I've seen, with the same expression on his face. He's like a less animated Roger Moore.
    I thought he put in a good turn in Magnolia.

    Madagascar 8/10 Much funnier than I remembered. Fairly rammed with jokes that go sailing over its intended audience. Are the sequels any good?

    A strange game. The only winning move is not to play.

  • Deleted user 2 September 2013 14:00:25
    @localnotail

    2's pretty good but 3 is a bit meh.
  • beastmaster 2 Sep 2013 14:03:13 12,307 posts
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    Kiss of the Damned - 7.5/10

    Yet another vampire film but this one turned out much better than I expected. It's aimed at a more adult audience than the Twilight franchise so that already makes it about a million times better.

    By more adult, I do of course mean that's there's a lot more sex and violence in it. It has the same cliched premise as most other films of this ilk.

    Vampire woman falls for normal man. She turns normal man into vampire man. Vampire man gets taught by vampire woman in the vampire ways. They vampire shag a lot. All so very vampire.

    And the film just vampires along, being nothing too special. Then suddenly, vampire woman's dark-haired, extremely sexy and trouble causing vampire sister arrives on the vampire scene. A vampire shit-storm hits the vampire community.

    The film is just okay until the sister arrives and then it gets a whole lot better.

    Erased - 5/10

    That dude with the square jaw who played Two Face in The Dark Knight plays a square jawed hero in this incredibly bland action thriller which is set in Belgium. Why? The cast and crew probably fancied a holiday.

    The plot involves erased identities, intelligence agencies, multiple-crosses, lots of beautiful shots of Belgium and a square jawed hero. Better than Taken 2, which I'm comparing it too as this dude has his daughter in tow as well.

    Edited by beastmaster at 14:08:15 02-09-2013

    The Resident Evil films. I'm one of the reasons they keep making them.

  • nickthegun 2 Sep 2013 14:04:22 62,142 posts
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    localnotail wrote:
    I thought he put in a good turn in Magnolia.
    That and Tropic Thunder are the ones everyone remembers because he is deliberately playing against type. Its the equivalent of wearing ugly makeup to win an oscar.

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  • nickthegun 2 Sep 2013 14:09:03 62,142 posts
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    He is and its why he keeps getting big movies despite logic saying that him being a scientology nutcase means he should be box office poison.

    For better or worse, you know exactly what you are going to get with him.

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  • Deleted user 2 September 2013 14:09:42
    nickthegun wrote:
    localnotail wrote:
    I thought he put in a good turn in Magnolia.
    That and Tropic Thunder are the ones everyone remembers because he is deliberately playing against type. Its the equivalent of wearing ugly makeup to win an oscar.
    Those with longer memories will also mention Born on the Fourth of July (in which he did wear ugly makeup and nearly won an Oscar).
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