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February 2010

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Star Wars, Episode II; Take II.

I went and saw SW, Episode II again today.

I'm really liking that movie, although even if I didn't, it would have been worth it just for Yoda's light saber battle. ;-)


I haven't seen episode one yet, truth be told :X I'm a big fan of da ol' trilogy thangie ...
but eberyone seems to like II >_o I'm thinkin' I wanna see it.

Worth it.

Yeah, I'm a huge fan of the original trilogy, although I did like Episode I, too.

Episode II is much better than Episode I, though. I would rank it on par with Return of the Jedi, I think. Definitely worth seeing, if you haven't yet. If nothing else, it's worth it just to see Yoda kick some serious booty with his light saber. ;-)

Episode I was basically used to set the stage for what was coming later, and Attack of the Clones (yes, it's a cheesy title) is where it really starts getting going. It really does have just about everything, with some great action, a nice love story, and even some good comedy lines. And it really leaves you wanting to know exactly what's going to happen in Episode III. ;-)

Re: Worth it.

ja- my friend Steve told me tha' was going to be the title for episode II an' I nearly died >_o neheh.

harrison ford was god T_T I swear.

Z_z so.. sneepy...
'mma die now. :X

and dream of star wars ^_^
still haven't seen it yet. sad :( i am a deprived human with no free time yet. It's high on my to do list though.
how was tacos?
But I must have the tacos! Or I will explode!


alas, you will have to explode, at least for another month. then, we will piece you back together and fill you with nourishing taco-y goodness. behold, the healing power of tacos!


I went and saw it the day it came out. It was awesome!! :-) Yoda's scene was pretty cool, tho I wish they wouldn't show it on commericals now. Oh well. Stupid advertisers! ;-)
It was worth it just for Natalie Portman's sweater puppets. You know it to be true.

I felt a little let down the first time I saw it, because all of the major characters seemed so... dead. I thought that the minor characters behaved far more convincingly. Then I read a bit about "the making of", and it turned out the Lucas was so paranoid about the script getting out that he:

1) Refused to let the actors see the scripts for scenes they weren't in.
2) Shot all the scenes out of order to confuse the spies.
3) Shot about 18 different versions of every scene, and a whole bunch of scenes that were never meant to be included, just to keep everyone guessing. Including the actors.

So I couldn't blame that fine Hayden Christiansen at all. The next six times I saw it I liked it far more.