Gosh nothing about the video of the super hero was funny. Are viewers and the audience so simple minded that violence is now funny to them.
I've only seen the trailer and I could have written that review. The trailer had me groaning in 30 seconds- I couldn't bear 90 minutes of it.
Star Wars Clone Wars = good.
Hater fan boys = bad.
I will add that anyone with a kid of a certain age knows that kids way prefer the prequels to the original movies, which they find slow and dull ("Can we fast-forward over the droids lost on Tatooine, Dad, pleeeeeeease???"). So I'm guessing that hater fan boys who hate Clone Wars (from the trailers alone) are unable to find their inner child again, or at least are unable to find a child to enjoy the movies with and through the eyes of. I honestly love it all, all 6 movies and even the animated Ewok movies, and I thank my kids for that.
Haven't seen the movie, don't really intend to, no strong thoughts about it any way, but is any one else disturbed by the idea of Lucasfilm making anyone who rights anything negative on their blofs take it down?
@3 Yes, I know myself younger self would have thrilled at the newer episodes Congressional hearing scenes and trade regulation debates, and the ecstatically dreamlike romantic montage of Anakin riding through fields on giant obese fleas. And I can't even begin to imagine how many deep and peacefully dreaming sleeps I would have had from Obi-wan's final triumphant victory over Anakin - flaming stumps! Yummy!
...there's really no need to put either series on a pedestal.
The inner film buff and sci-fi geek has bashed all semblance of restraint and sensibility to say this to #3:
Give me a fucking break, you Lucasfilm employee/wannabe. *mutter*Damned George Lucas fan boys.*mutter*
Dear Paul -- the missing words are FUCK and SHIT. There.
Does it read any better now? Didn't think so.
Get a thesaurus, writer boy.....
@3 They make you think you like the crap that is Star Wars: one of the best arguments ever not to have kids.
Lucas is butthurt that Tartakovsky's Star Wars was better than the new trilogy, so he had to destroy it.
I can't read anything Harry Knowles writes (if you can call it writing) anymore after that god-awful Blade 2 review where he compared Guillermo del Toro's directing to eating pussy. I gagged a little just typing that.
The review was pulled because Lucasfilm told Ain't It Cool News that they were not allowed to post any reviews until the movie opens. They knew this going into the screening, and posted the review anyway- possibly due to a misunderstanding or human error.
It was not pulled because of content, but because it was posted in violation of a previous agreement with Lucasfilm. It will be re-posted once the movie opens.
You're kidding, right? For many viewers "simple-minded violence" is the raison-d'-etre of comedy. Mike Judge was only half-satirical when he posited that, in the future a show called "Ouch! My Balls!" would be TV's top-rated show.
(And really, it wasn't the violence itself, so much as it was the absolutely ridiculous repetition of it - ala "Robocop" - that made it only marginally funny, i.e. hitting him two or three times, not funny; hitting him 30 or 40 times WITH THE SAME RECOIL EVERY TIME - moderately funny.)
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