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Obi Wan's Force Gesture

Discussion in 'Revenge of the Sith' started by JediNdaCity, Dec 27, 2005.

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  1. Icebreaker

    Icebreaker Jedi Master star 4

    Aug 20, 2001
    I always thought that was one of the coolest scenes in the movie. Didn't Ewan do that same stance for promotional photos for AOTC? I think it's very much apart of Obi-Wan's developing style. Awesome scene.

    Take 'er easy

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    That's just one of the many photos from AOTC that he is doing that particular move. You can also find some from the TPM photo shoots, so I am thinking that Nick Gillard had this already develped into Obi-Wans style from the beginning, we just didn't see much of it until ROTS.
  2. wcleere

    wcleere Jedi Master star 3

    Aug 12, 2002
    I would have liked to see that line as well. Could have lived without the 2 finger force gesture.
  3. SithOWNtheJedi

    SithOWNtheJedi Jedi Youngling star 3

    Jul 29, 2005
    I thought it was a dorky attempt to make a cool move. Uneccessary!
  4. JediNdaCity

    JediNdaCity Jedi Youngling star 3

    May 14, 2002
    You're absolutely right! I knew I had seen him do that move before ROTS and could not place it anywhere. It was done in the photos! Nice catch!
    It made it even sweeter because I saw it the first time and was instantly familiarized with it but couldn't figure out why. Pretty cool on GL's part.
    It was new but yet old.
  5. Mr_Fantastic

    Mr_Fantastic Jedi Youngling star 2

    Aug 5, 2004
    It's the sign of peace placed downwards to allow the swordsman to focus entirely only on the area between the two fingers, aka Grievous. He proved to be needing it.
  6. Billy_Dee_Binks

    Billy_Dee_Binks Jedi Grand Master star 4

    Mar 29, 2002
    I'm a fan of that gesture.
  7. YYZ-2112

    YYZ-2112 Jedi Padawan star 4

    Sep 3, 2004
    the first time he does it; it's a feign to lull his victims into thinking they are going to enter a stand up duel. Then he drops the charade and pulls the massive gear down from the ceiling crushing his opponents. The second time he does it does sort of dimminish the brillience of the first time. Still though I thought it was far less stupid than his "Your move" line. I just can't see how a Jedi that uses the force for knowledge and defence can get any kind of 'kicks' when he's about to end the life of another being; even if that being is wicked. Had his words been said in a prideless humble manner than I would have liked it.

    Still though, there are far greater flaws to the series than this small detail.
  8. am-pm

    am-pm Jedi Youngling star 1

    Jun 17, 2005
    The move, much like the character, is cool.
  9. DarthFisto

    DarthFisto Jedi Padawan star 4

    Sep 15, 2002
    I like it. It's kind of like, "I'm gonna getcha, and there's nothing you can do about it!"
  10. darth-sinister

    darth-sinister Manager Emeritus star 10 VIP - Former Mod/RSA

    Jun 28, 2001
    Because Obi-wan's become influenced by Anakin's recklessness. Just as Anakin has been influenced by Obi-wan's cautious nature.
  11. SLAVE2

    SLAVE2 Jedi Knight star 5

    Apr 6, 2000
    I love that gesture, I wish he'd done it in TPM and AOTC also. My vote, definatly cool :cool:
  12. DMan304

    DMan304 Jedi Knight star 2

    Jul 10, 2004
    He should have spiraled forward like Palpatine and poked Grievous in his eyes with that stance:D .
  13. anakin_luver

    anakin_luver Jedi Knight star 5

    Jul 26, 2005

    That's just it! It isn't his siganture gesture. He just cam up with it in the last movie.

    It doesn't show "attitude" at all. Pointing two pathetic fingers at your opponent? Where's the attitude? I see none what so ever. If anything, it looks as though he's measuring up Grevious' neck.
  14. Cyph3r

    Cyph3r Jedi Knight

    May 26, 2005
    Just to point out (for no real reason), Obi-Wan also uses this stance on Grievous' ship just before he breaks the glass with the electrostaff and escapes.
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