Monday, November 9, 2009

101 Reasons Star Wars is No Longer Relevant To Me (cont.)


93 "The entire reason Anakin switched to the dark side becomes unraveled when he tries to kill Padme, who was the reason he switched to the dark side to begin with. Oops! Of course, Star Wars apologists will try to point out that Anakin was already under the influence of the "dark side" at this point. So that's why the first thing he asks as Darth Vader is whether Padme is safe."-maddox

92 ELAN SLEAZEBAGGANO: "You wanna buy some death-sticks?"I literally laughed out loud at this horrendous scene.When i found out the characters name was Sleazebaggano it just mad me sad.

91 (On Luke not listening to Obi Wan and Yoda in Empire when he goes to rescue the gang.)David Johnson said:

I agree with most of this, but number 4 - "Refusing to Listen to the Only Living Jedi in the Galaxy" - is actually probably one of the few intelligent thinks he ever did.

I mean, we're talking about a supposed "Master of the Force" who managed to totally miss a Dark Lord of the Sith working for twenty years in the office next door! Missed it so badly that he managed to get almost every single Jedi in the galaxy killed and the galaxy he was "protecting" itself under the boot heel of that same Sith for another twenty years until it was proved you could destroy him with nothing more dangerous than a mildly dim farm boy with father issues.

No offense, but ignoring his advice seems pretty darn smart to me..

(This was taken from an article 'The 5 Reasons Luke Skywalker Is a Complete Idiot'
from the wonderful website toplessrobot


89 " Lucas is a bad director and an even worse screenwriter. The Empire Strikes Back is arguably the best Star Wars movie, yet it was directed by Irvin Kershner; Lucas did not write the screenplay either. Also, many people feel that the more involved Lucas becomes with a Star Wars movie, the worse it becomes. He received nominations for Worst Director and Worst Screenplay at the Razzie Awards.

Additionally, while directing the original Star Wars, his only directions were “faster” or “more intense”. At one point, when he temporarily lost his voice, the crew provided him with a board with just those three words written on it"
From whosucks


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