Discussion in 'Salt Lake City, UT' started by ondiv, Mar 29, 2004.
Sorry it took me so long. Here's my question:
How many times is the phrase "I've got a bad feeling about this" used throughout all the Star Wars movies? (not counting Episode III.....duh.)
I'm going to say 6.
Episode I: Obiwan.
Episode II: Anakin.
Episode III: --------
Episode IV: Luke, Han.
Episode V: Leia.
Episode VI: C-3PO, Han.
7 times. (At least)
I think Corrin is correct, but just for fun i will say 8 times.
I just hope that in Ep III it's not Vader or Jar Jar who says it.
^ I'm sorry but if people (not say you do 20X6) think that blacked out word is a spoiler I'm going to kill myself.
Well, you know, that whole stink on the Back to. . . thread
Yeah I know. Some of the non spoiler people are
You're up Corrin.
oh my eyes!! I highlighted the blacked out text and now I'm all sorts of disappointed!! oh, I don't know how I'll be able to continue on...
Yay!!! My turn.
Lando Calrisian's alien co-pilot for the Millenium Falcon during the Battle of Endor did not speak giberish. He spoke an authenic Earth language. What was that language? (Name of country counts.)
Extra Credit points for translating his lines.
I'm going to say
There is a rumor that what he is speaking is Kenyan and the line translates to something to the extent of "The elephant is standing on my toe."
But I found a source that says (and I've copied it and pasted it here):
Nien Nunb had only one long lone in ROTJ. It was something like "Atiriri inyui mwi haria muke haha." which is roughly translated from the African tribal language Kikuyo, meaning, "You guys over there, come over here."
So from the rumor and what the source says we can discern that he is at least speaking an African dialect.
According to the Audio Comentary in the ROTJ DVD with Ben Bert (Sound Designer) It was a Kenya based dialect, and although it doesn't state the exact line, it does imply that the tranlation fit into the situation, as audiances in Kenya understood it.
Okay, on that same idea of Earth based (I can't believe I just said that) languages used in the film, Tagolog was used (go Mary!)!
What race in Star Wars used Tagolog? and no, it wasn't the Wookie
I'm going to take a wild guess and say... ewoks?
(I'm pretty sure I'm wrong, and they used some form of chinese dialect)
Actually, according to my source, it WAS the Ewoks!!
You're up Corrin!
What common ordinary household object was used for inspiration for General Greivous' head?
(Greivous was in the Clone Wars cartoon, so NOT a spoiler)
But there are also those of us who avoided the Clone Wars cartoons BECAUSE he was in it. But I know about him because of a dear friend who was ever so kind and sent me a picture of him.
Nope. Not a shovel.
I'm going to say a dust buster.
Here's a hint. Think smaller.
p.s. I think Greivous is dumb, but everyone else thinks he's cool.