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Samuel L. Jackson
Cyborg / Android / Robot
Saturn Award for Best Science Fiction Film Nominated
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Empire Award for Best Sci-Fi/Fantasy Winning
May 19, 2005
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If episode VII is all modernized like the prequels, I hope it ends up something like this.
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I wouldn't say that it was good but it was entertaining.
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I really, really tried, but i just can see 49 minutes of a nothing of interesting film.
I mean, super crap.
How do people like this? The characters are poorly written, the pacing and tone is all over the place, the dialogue is awful, the CGI sucks, the story feels rushed, the cinematography is terrible, the action is so unbelievable to the point where I lose interest, the plot holes in itself is bad enough but it creates never ending holes in the original trilogy. It's absolutely dreadful, yet people keep defending it!
*spoilers* Satisfies my curiosity about the rise of Darth Vader, although I thought Anakin's dialogue could have been written better in some scenes. Should be more menacing and less like a child's temper tantrum. Maybe this was the choice the actor or director made on set rather than the script. You can see the care and dedication in the showdown scene between Anakin and Obi Wan. The opera scene between Anakin and Palpatine is outstanding from an acting and writer's point of view. This movie starts with a bang and there are some memorable moments, but not as endearing or memorable as moments in the other prequels, in my opinion. Overall, this is a better crafted film than the other Prequels, especially in consideration of the script.