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  1. Standard member BongalloJoe
    Not Gone Yet
    10 Aug '17 04:44
    I FRIGGIN LOVE IT!!! : D
    whats your favorite one? whats your favorite planet? whos the best jedi and the best bad guy? who is the best character?
    Fav one: revenge of the sith
    Fav planet: corasaunt and Tatueen
    Best jedi: the dude with the purple lightsaber i forgot his name. ;(
    Best baddie: Darth Maul
    BEST CHARACTER IS LITTLE ANIKAN SKYWALKER DONT EVEN TRY TO FUKIN ARGUE

    Who is the best of the above for you?
  2. Subscriber Ponderable
    chemist
    10 Aug '17 05:07
    Originally posted by @bongallojoe
    I FRIGGIN LOVE IT!!! : D
    whats your favorite one? whats your favorite planet? whos the best jedi and the best bad guy? who is the best character?
    Fav one: revenge of the sith
    Fav planet: corasaunt and Tatueen
    Best jedi: the dude with the purple lightsaber i forgot his name. ;(
    Best baddie: Darth Maul
    BEST CHARACTER IS LITTLE ANIKAN SKYWALKER DONT EVEN TRY TO FUKIN ARGUE

    Who is the best of the above for you?
    What is the point of a discussion, when I may not argue who the best character is?

    Favourite movie: Episode IV
    Favourite Plante: Dagobah
    Best Jedi: Windaloo
    Best Baddie: Count Dhoku
    Best character: Yoda
  3. Subscriber FMF
    Main Poster
    10 Aug '17 05:15
    Favourite movie: n/a
    Favourite Plante: n/a
    Best Jedi: n/a
    Best Baddie: n/a
    Best character: n/a

    Note: I've never watched a Star Wars movie.
  4. Standard member BongalloJoe
    Not Gone Yet
    10 Aug '17 05:30
    Mace Windu!!! thats his name
  5. Standard member BongalloJoe
    Not Gone Yet
    10 Aug '17 05:37
    Originally posted by @fmf
    Favourite movie: n/a
    Favourite Plante: n/a
    Best Jedi: n/a
    Best Baddie: n/a
    Best character: n/a

    Note: I've never watched a Star Wars movie.
    you are dead to me. Star Wars is literally the best movie franchise in the history of the galaxy. even in the history of galaxies far far away.

    but literally. go see the phantom menace, the first one.you need to. im watching all of them tonight. im on the second, the clone wars. you are dead to me until you watch at least all of them.
    Max Lucado, the star wars movie maker, wanted i think 15% more of the franchise. He definately got his money back. Star Wars is no longer owned by him by the war, or Lucasarts as it was before.now its owned by disney.

    But in all seriousness, you are dead to me until you watch the star wars trilogy (just 1-6, not the other 2 jazz.)
  6. Standard member wolfgang59
    Infidel
    10 Aug '17 08:12
    Originally posted by @bongallojoe
    But in all seriousness, you are dead to me until you watch the star wars trilogy (just 1-6, not the other 2 jazz.)
    The Star Wars Legacy:-

    A whole generation growing up without knowing the meaning of trilogy!
  7. Subscriber Ponderable
    chemist
    10 Aug '17 08:18
    Originally posted by @wolfgang59
    The Star Wars Legacy:-

    A whole generation growing up without knowing the meaning of trilogy!
    After the first fim was a success it was already rebrabded as "Episode 4". Lucas never made a secret out of his plans for a triple set of trilogies
  8. 10 Aug '17 08:36
    Originally posted by @fmf
    Favourite movie: n/a
    Favourite Plante: n/a
    Best Jedi: n/a
    Best Baddie: n/a
    Best character: n/a

    Note: I've never watched a Star Wars movie.
    This is part of your problem.
  9. 10 Aug '17 08:40 / 2 edits
    Originally posted by @bongallojoe
    ...go see the phantom menace, the first one.you need to...
    You sir are the worst kind of Star War fanatic; ones with weirdly hugely appetites but with no taste. TPM is rubbish as are the next two, apart from some of Palpatine's scenes near the end of the third one.

    Start with Star Wars: A New Hope, then proceed to The Empire Strikes Back, then stop. Then watch Rogue One as a reprise, then stop. End of advice.

    Edit: Return of the Jedi represents the beginning of the decline of Lucas into gaga-goo-goo land.
  10. Standard member Ghost of a Duke
    Zen Master
    10 Aug '17 09:10
    Originally posted by @fmf
    Favourite movie: n/a
    Favourite Plante: n/a
    Best Jedi: n/a
    Best Baddie: n/a
    Best character: n/a

    Note: I've never watched a Star Wars movie.
    I shudder a little every time you say that.
  11. Standard member Ghost of a Duke
    Zen Master
    10 Aug '17 09:17
    Originally posted by @ponderable
    What is the point of a discussion, when I may not argue who the best character is?

    Favourite movie: Episode IV
    Favourite Plante: Dagobah
    Best Jedi: Windaloo
    Best Baddie: Count Dhoku
    Best character: Yoda
    Favourite movie: Revenge of the Sith
    Favourite Planet: Endor
    Best Jedi: Yoda
    Best Baddie: Darth Vader (Of course)
    Best character: Luke Skywalker
  12. Subscriber FMF
    Main Poster
    10 Aug '17 10:48
    Originally posted by @ghost-of-a-duke
    I shudder a little every time you say that.
    The need that I feel to mention that I haven't watched any Star Wars films is similar to the need I feel to mention Marmite.
  13. Subscriber Suzianne
    Misfit Queen
    10 Aug '17 13:50
    Originally posted by @divegeester
    You sir are the worst kind of Star War fanatic; ones with weirdly hugely appetites but with no taste. TPM is rubbish as are the next two, apart from some of Palpatine's scenes near the end of the third one.

    Start with Star Wars: A New Hope, then proceed to The Empire Strikes Back, then stop. Then watch Rogue One as a reprise, then stop. End of advi ...[text shortened]... dit: Return of the Jedi represents the beginning of the decline of Lucas into gaga-goo-goo land.
    I disagree.

    Return of the Jedi was a fitting end to the first trilogy. Vader was dead, along with the Emperor, and the New Republic was free to start charting their own destiny. I was a bit disappointed that there weren't more scenes of celebration across the known planets at the end, though.

    The second trilogy, or 1 through 3, I thought was good, even with Hayden Christensen's over-emotive bad acting. I enjoyed seeing a young Obi-Wan, who, through other books in the timeline, I knew was an expert swordsman (his fight with Darth Maul was as good as it gets) and a hero of the old republic. Watching the Clone Wars come about was awesome, and right now, I'm working my way through the animated 'Clone Wars' on Netflix. About 2/3 of the way through 6 seasons' worth, and it's just good Star Wars. And this was all well before A New Hope.

    As for order, I'd say, to keep the timeline in order, one should watch Rogue One, and then A New Hope, since the latter begins right where the former ends.
  14. 10 Aug '17 14:44
    Is that Darth Vader chappy star wars ?
  15. Standard member karoly aczel
    Goin in dry bro
    10 Aug '17 22:25
    Watched Return of the Jedi when I was 12 or so.
    Came out of that movie feeling better than after any movie ...
    So for that reason alone Star Wars has a place in my heart.

    But no.7 ???
    What a stinker!!! I picked every scene coming up and left the cinema wondering what all the fuss was about. It really did suck and has made me wary of seeing the next one.