Discussion in 'Revenge of the Sith' started by MaserPatsatsa, Jan 25, 2006.
When Dooku cuts off Anakin's arm, he gives a loud grunt and then is Force pushed very hard.
Christopher Lee is too old to scream. The best he could get out would be a small fart.
Dooku is tough, but Anakin is tougher. Dooku lit Anakin up with Force lightening and cut off his sword arm at the elbow and Anakin didn't make a sound. Dooku owned Anakin and Anakin still got up and kicked his ass.
Watch AotC again. When Anakin gets hit by Dooku's lightining he yells in pain. When Dooku cuts his arm off, he makes very little noise if nothing at all but he is rendered unconcious.
Which brings up my question.
Is he knocked unconcious by the "Force Push", or is it from the pain/shock of losing an arm?
Here you go - lightsabers are so hot they kill the nerves before they have a chance to register the pain.
I thought it was interesting that Vader made more "ouch" when Luke cut off his fake arm then when Dooku cut off his real one. And I cannot stand hearing Mace howl. I keep thinking "come on Sam, be a MAN!!" I know if I was ever struck by the Sith Lords lighning then thrown many hundreds of yards out a window with said lightning, diving towards my death, I wouldn't be whining.
Oh, I think you would!
Anakin fainted so fast though after his arm was chopped off...it's hard to say if he would or would not have made a sound.
Which kind of goes back to how tough Dooku was. There you had Anakin passed out because his arm was cut off, and Obi-Wan (my most disappointing moment in all the films) doing I don't know what because of a couple little flesh wounds...
And you caught me Yoshi, I would probably have been crying like a baby!
If you had two lightsabers crossed at YOUR neck would you dare to move OR make a sound?
Dooku was shocked speechless. By the time he could even register that his hands were gone he was already about to lose his head.
Anakin is the toughest.
Dooku is teh man, he is in my opinion the best swordsman!
I think the look on his face he had when he lost his hands said plenty.