Fifteen minutes into the movie, my stomach started churning (I had tacos earlier). This general discomfort, along with the fact that they were making a gullible invertebrate out of a yummy Hayden Christensen onscreen, left me with a not-so-pleasant impression about the film...
I was no Star Wars fan. Except for a hazy memory of furry Ewoks, my exposure to the hit series ranked a little above nil. Asked about what I thought of The Revenge of the Sith, all I could come up with were some questions: Anakin crossed over to the Dark Side of the Force in the name of Love? Padme, in a world of light sabers and clone armies, died of heartbreak?
Duh-dduhh-d-duh.. *official sound track*
(Note to self: You've decided you want to meet Luke Skywalker, Leia and Han Solo. And the geriatric non-Ewan Obi Wan. So get a hold of video copies. Episodes IV, V & VI. May the--Ohh, you are soo not going to say that.)
June 23, 2005 01:36 AM PDT
The original Star Wars films were anti-tenchnology. How ironic that the new series is so dependent on special effects and computer-generated emotions.
June 22, 2005 08:56 PM PDT
sis, can't help laughing at "furry ewoks"... furry?! talaga?! hehehe... you catch my drift naman di ba?! *laughing still*
Ahh...hayden christensen... VERY yummy indeed....
i'm going to get vcd's of epis 4,5 and 6 too... biglang naging interesado...
June 22, 2005 02:55 PM PDT
Hmmm... I think the last 3 episodes (IV, V, VI) of this series is far better than the first 3 episodes (I, II, III).
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