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Thread: Is Star Wars Episodes 1, 2 and 3 worth watching?

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    I personally don't care very much for SW, never was big for me and its heyday passed when I was 9 or 10 in the mid 90s. I only watched the original 3 late last year when a mate of mine forced me to. I liked them but they don't have that childhood magic.

    Of interest though, what did the Sith Infiltrator evolve into?
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    Quote Originally Posted by STL View Post
    Of interest though, what did the Sith Infiltrator evolve into?
    Looks a bit Tie Fighter to me.... Vader Tie Fighter specifically:




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    1 was a let down except for the droid army
    2 was the better of the 3 (the clone army and the jedi/separatist scene)
    3 was much better than 2 (angry anakin)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaydisc View Post
    Looks a bit Tie Fighter to me.... Vader Tie Fighter specifically:



    That looks more like devolving than evolving...
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    you have to remember about the budget cuts they had to make so the emperor could afford his Death Star do you know how much those things COST!!!

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    Hey kup - could you edit your post and remove the quote of my last post because you're undoing my spoiler tagging by doing that.

    I think regardless of our varying opinions about the prequel trilogy, TP&E ought to sit down and watch them himself, and then form his own opinion about it.
    TP&E: as you can see, some of us love it whilst others hate it. So really, watch it and decide for yourself as to what you think about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by STL
    Of interest though, what did the Sith Infiltrator evolve into?
    Looks a bit Tie Fighter to me.... Vader Tie Fighter specifically:
    The Scimitar Sith Infiltrator is a heavily modified Sienar Designs Systems advanced star courier prototype - rumoured to have been designed by Raith Sienar himself for a mysterious client (probably Darth Sidious), although Sienar denies this. Its modifications are based on T-class long-range personal cruisers traditionally used by the Sith. Imperial TIE fighters are manufactured by Sienar Fleet Systems. But that's not the reason why TIE fighters resemble the Scimitar.

    TIE fighters also bear a close resemblance to the Jedi's Eta-2 Actis-class light interceptor. Although these Jedi starfighters were manufactured by Kuat Systems Engineering, all their Jedi starfighter series designs were sold to Sienar a few years after the rise of the Galactic Empire, and elements of the Eta-2 Actis design were used in the creation of the TIE Fighter.



    Also note that the ARC-170 clone starfighter is a direct ancestor of the T-65 X-Wing starfighter.



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    Quote Originally Posted by loophole
    you have to remember about the budget cuts they had to make so the emperor could afford his Death Star do you know how much those things COST!!!
    "And what the hell is an Aluminum Falcon?!"

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    Had 1 as a kid. Want 1 as a Adult

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoktimusPrime View Post
    Hey kup - could you edit your post and remove the quote of my last post because you're undoing my spoiler tagging by doing that.
    Done! Sorry, I didn't realize the quote had made the color hidden text visible.

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    Nooooooooooooooooo!!!!!!! not epsidoes 1,2 and 3.

    But seriously.....

    I'm somewhere between Goktimus and Kup. In my opinion the new movies are exciting and totaly watchable fun space opera in an awesomely colour co-ordinated universe. On the downside the acting is insipid and the dialogue laughable and yes as said before the charm factor is not there anymore.

    EP 3 is the best of the new uns because it's all action, and action is what these new movies do best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roller View Post
    they even resurrected Peter Cushing for one of the end scenes.
    "Resurrected" being the appropriate word... seeing as how he died 11 years before the film was released

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