Do I watch too much Star Wars?

Discussion in 'Midlands and Wales' started by 4nak1n1138, Aug 11, 2007.

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  1. 4nak1n1138 Jedi Knight

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    Aug 9, 2007
    I have no life.

    Spot the difference.

    ROTS Chapter 40 1:46:31 Anakin is attacking Obi-Wan. With Obi-Wan's Saber
    ROTS Chapter 40 1:46:33 Change of camera angle, Anakin is attaking Obi-Wan. With his Saber.

  2. Jairen Manager Emeritus

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    Sep 1, 2000
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    Well spotted. This was because there was a whole section of the fight edited out at this point. Suffice to say the sabers were intentionally that way due to the original fight filmed, however to maintain pacing (I would assume), George edited that section out of the fight, which ended up with this magic saber switch.
  3. rebeljediknight_88 Force Ghost

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    Jun 15, 2005
    star 4
    u need the official nitpickers guide to star wars - 2 people wrote a book by looking at each movie frame by frame trying to find probs....lol

    anyhoo if u like that one there are more e.g.

    palpatine uses anakins lightsaber at beginning of the proper fight he has with mace windu

    also

    wen obi-wan fights grevious, grevious lightsabers change hands and colour!!
  4. 4nak1n1138 Jedi Knight

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    Aug 9, 2007
    OMG, I missed both of those!, obviously I don't watch enough SW.

    We can only hope that if and when the ultimate, uber-cool, mega packing case box set comes out, the fight will be there in its entirety. I did notice on the behind the scenes stuff there were a few moves that weren't in the finished movie.

    MTFBWY
  5. rebeljediknight_88 Force Ghost

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    Jun 15, 2005
    star 4
    i hadnt noticed that....

    and hello there phil nice to see u posting in the midlands again!!
  6. halibut Chosen One

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    Aug 27, 2000
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    Spotted that on the first viewing. totally ruined the movie for me [face_plain]
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