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  Mara Jade Skywalker
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I know! Such an awesome opportunity lost. We fail as Star Wars fans. *hangs head in shame* Sad
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I am ashamed, indeed. *hands in fan card*
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I've just been gifted a toy lightsabre (Qui Gon), that has a flick out blade. I'm seriously considering taking it to see TPM. Please talk me out of it.
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Take it.
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Luke92 wrote:
Just got back from it. 3D criminally underused, it's basically non-existent. You're essentially paying to watch the Blu-Rays on a big screen. I'll see the rest when they come out, but this is a big fail 3D-wise.


I agree. I was happy I got to see TPM on the big screen again but that's all I got. The 3D was barely noticeable, I took of my glasses a few times it and looked almost the same without the glasses just brighter and less muddier.


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Caedus_16 wrote:
* The podrace has some of the extras shots that were added to the dvds and blu-rays. I love this section of the film because of the graphics combined with the first real sport or recreational activity shown in the Star Wars universe. Its not all unrealistic amounts of wars again and again and again guys!

The problem for me was timing. It's been too long since I've seen TPM to remember exactly what happened before the podrace, but I remember the plot was just starting to get me interested... then we have a commercial break via the podrace. Neutral

I really liked Padme in TPM. What happened to her afterwards, I'll never understand...
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Queen Padmè Skywalker wrote:
Take it.


Ha, funny, I was thinking the same. Sorry, Life. No one here is going to talk you out of it. Wink
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Mara Jade Skywalker wrote:
Queen Padmè Skywalker wrote:
Take it.


Ha, funny, I was thinking the same. Sorry, Life. No one here is going to talk you out of it. Wink


Yea, definitely take it!


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Life, im guessin uve just got the same lightsaber as the one ive got, i got my qui gon lightsaber when TPM was originally released


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Life, tell us you took it.

Reepicheep wrote:


I really liked Padme in TPM. What happened to her afterwards, I'll never understand...


*glares in warning*
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Reepicheep wrote:

I really liked Padme in TPM. What happened to her afterwards, I'll never understand...


If you saw her first in Leon AKA. The Professional you'll really wonder what happened. I guess she was effected by a Jedi mind trick that took away her acting ability until Black Swan.


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Bah! I was really hoping that someone would talk me out of it! Okay, I guess I will, Thursday.

Weeto, I'm guessing it is. It's got the '99 date on the actual toy, though it's been repackaged under the Clone Wars name.
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mine was also battery powered and glowed in the dark which stopped workin after about a week.


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I loved E1 for: the costumes, Darth Sidious/Palps, Darth Maul, Padme, Podracing, Yoda.

For me...the saving grace for entire PT is....Palpatine. IMcD's acting is wonderful. He comes off as the wonderful caring grandfatherly type of person. If you didn't know the OT, the revelation in E3 would really haved shocked you.

I'd go just to see him and the podracing. Can't forget Maul.


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Caedus_16 wrote:

The 3D:

* Gorgeous. Layered, deep visuals instead of gimmicky stuff flying out at you. The film was beautiful, and I'll be seeing the rest without hesitation.


You'll enjoy this if you love Star Wars, if you want to see how 3D should really be utilized, or if you just want something to take the kids to in order to introduce them to what you got to enjoy since you were old enough to watch movies.


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Holograms: in 2D, they look cool and semitransparent, but the added depth in the 3D made them feel insubstantial too. They looked SO COOL

Space: The scenes in space looked awesome, but what looked amazing was any time you were in a spaceship and looking at space through a window. The depth there made you feel like you were looking THROUGH A WINDOW INTO SPAAAACE!!!

I also really liked the details on the CGI aliens, like Jar Jar, Watto, Boss Nass, Sebulba, and Yoda.

Loved it loved it loved it. Can't wait for Episode II


I've just got to share these opinions and for me there's not much I can add to them. I went last saturday with my son and we loved it! (sorry there wasn't time to post my thoughts sooner). It was a great opportunity to get to watch TPM on the big screen together (he's 8 so he missed the first time Wink ) and we already agreed to go see the whole saga together.
I'm not going to go into the story here, because we all know that by now, but the 3D conversion worked out great and was wonderfull to watch.
The above mentioned scenes in space, but also the cityscapes where breathtaking. The 3D certainly added something to the movie and was utilized well, it never felt forced or overused. I'm definitely psyched about the upcoming movies. I'm certain that as time progresses the conversions will get even better as they can use tricks and such they learned from the first conversion on the next one.
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