PT Iconic Images: Favorite visuals of the PT

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  1. Cryogenic Force Ghost

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    That whole action sequence is too cool for words.

    Could be my favourite burst of action in the whole saga.
  2. I Are The Internets Chosen One

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    My 7 year old self at the time was blown away by the whole movie.
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  3. Rachel_In_Red Jedi Grand Master

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    Many great visuals on Naboo. Such a beautiful planet. And while we didn't see much of it, the images of Alderaan at the end of ROTS are breathtaking.
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  4. Polydroxol Jedi Master

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    The circle is complete[IMG]
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  5. I Are The Internets Chosen One

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    Yeah that last shot of ROTS is beautiful and nostalgic.
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  6. purplerain Force Ghost

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    Mustafar. Mustafar has a post-apocalyptic feel, symbolizing the state of the galaxy and of Anakin.
  7. Seagoat Force Ghost

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    This is my favorite shot too! (Slight correction: *Vader :p)

    I also love the symmetry in that scene between it and ANH. He looks out in a dirty, clouded sky to an eclipsed sun, compared to Luke's clear sky with two suns. It's something you don't really think about until you've seen it a million times as I have
  8. The_living_force Force Ghost

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    The scene where Jango unleashes his flamethrower on Mace Windu who does a motherloving jedi-leap into the arena. I love the visual of the flame whipping up after Mace and the image of him flipping in the air and deflecting laserbolts in mid-air. Of course I couldn't find a picture of the actual leap but these pics sufficiently illustrate what I'm on about.

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    I also like this deleted scene from AOTC of Obi-Wans jedi starfighter extending from the temple wall.

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  10. Han Burgundy Force Ghost

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    From ROTS:

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    Ah yes, the senate. The monumental, gaping pit that resides at the heart of galactic democracy. A sight that we have become quite familiar with over the course of three prequel films, acting as the host to several of the more mundane (but crucial) scenes in the films.

    But what's this? Down at the bottom, at the very center, are two tiny pillars of light. One green, one red. Both struggling for dominion. And everything that this chamber represents, all that it stands for, is at stake in the clash of these two lightsabers.

    This, and the sequence following it where Palpatine litterally tosses away the senate pods, are moments that have never, ever failed to "get" to me. Just an absolutely beautiful arrangement of meaningful, beautifully arranged images and a pulsing, wonderfully monsterous score.
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  11. FRAGWAGON Force Ghost

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    Palpatine literally trashing democracy is very chilling. An unstoppable force. That crazy closeup of Yoda escaping in a tunnel, breathless, even frightened....powerful stuff.
  12. MOC Yak Face Classic Trilogy and Saga Co-Mod.

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    I enjoyed the setting for the Obiwan - Jango fight on Kamino. So atmospheric.

    The end of AOTC, with the official party looking out over the massing forces, prototypes for the OT.

    The Senate chamber (above).

    Obiwan looking on after delivering Luke to the Lars.

    Coruscant night life.

    The opera. Something about everyone sitting there watching it unfold, without having any idea of what was actually going on, seemed highly appropriate.
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  13. Darth Dominikkus Jedi Grand Master

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    I could just sit through and look through this thread forever during my leadership college course. I love looking through all of these magnificent photos.
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  14. Darth Dominikkus Jedi Grand Master

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    This post just captivates me. I am so in love with the visual work in all of the PT.
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  16. CoolyFett Force Ghost

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    One of the greatest scenes in the saga. Padme & crew fighting their way to the door, then the door opens a lone sith stands waiting.
  17. CoolyFett Force Ghost

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  18. I Are The Internets Chosen One

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    I like the podrace sounds too.
  19. My young Padawan Force Ghost

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  20. TX-20 Force Ghost

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    This is my favorite shot from the PT.
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  21. markdeez Force Ghost

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    Ki-Adi Mundi's death scene is the most memorable image of the PT, for me.
  22. Alexrd Force Ghost

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    [IMG]

    This one is also part of Star Wars: Frames.
    Last edited by Alexrd, May 1, 2014
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  23. bstnsx704 Jedi Grand Master

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    Excellent choice. Otoh Gunga is full of wonderful imagery.

    I would love to get my hands on Star Wars: Frames. Seems like an absolutely fantastic book.
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  24. Han Burgundy Force Ghost

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    That's one of those incredible shots that just kind of passes by quickly, to be later appreciated by keen-eyed viewers with DVD remotes. TPM in particular is filled with such imagery.
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