Discussion in 'Attack of the Clones' started by Razorback, May 25, 2002.
"Thats... why I'm here!" - Obi-Wan
it'll still be funny in 20 years
Hello, Boba. Is your father home?
"My grown up son." -- sniff... I get all... sniff
i told my mum about the "oh your so handsome"
and my mum went .. arrrh
Jango:" never heard of him!!!"
I've got to side with PloKloon1138 on this one. The swoosh of a sabre sparking up, swiftly followed by Sir samuel's growl "This partys over"
You just don't argue with that guy!
I thought of another.
Dook: "Brave of you boy...but I would have thought you'd learned your lesson."
"This is jedi master obi-wan kenobi, he's here to check on our progess"
"The Dark Side I sense in you."
~I will feel better having you here. -Typho
"I'm just a simple man trying to find his way in the universe"
"Around the survivors, a parimeter create!"
I love that litte backward-speaking military commander!
Everyone cracked up when he said that.
"I will do anything. Tell me what to do!"
Not because it's overly romantic. The fireside scene can be a bit cheesy, but i think people have missed the whole point to this scene, which is that particular line.
It shows, just as the Tusken Raiders scene that he is beginning his descent to the dark side because he is 'losing' and/or handing over his control as a jedi. I think that is why GL put this scene in the movie.
"I killed them. Every last one of them. I killed them all. And not just the men. But the women and the children too. They're animals and I slaughtered them like animals. I HATE THEM!!!"
What makes this line so great is the way Hayden says it. Plus add the flash to the stunned look on Padme's face and the addition of the Imperial March and WOW!. I really think this is one of the most powerful scenes in movie history.
I HATE THEM!
Padme's reaction is garbage...she sits there with a half open mouth....not that shocked...I would be more shocked....it once again shows how she cant stand up to Hayden
a zoom was needed to show her reaction cause she couldnt do it herself.
Exactly. This submissive attitude towards PadmÃ© is reminiscent of Vader's relationship with the Emperor and Tarkin. He'll do anything to feel loved, meaning 'love' by the definition in Anakin's mind.
My favorite lines are as follows, in order:
1) I hate them. This is, so far, the most powerful one line in the entire saga. It means and represents everything.
2) Good job. Classic Kenobi. This won me over.
3) That's....why I'm here. I laugh each time I hear it.
I agree DarthSapient...those are prob my top 3 as well.
Anything by Mace Windu is prety cool, but "This party IS over" is an absolute SW classic. And Obi-Wan's line to R4 about contacting "the old folks home" whilst he's on Geonosis. Plus "I have a feeling you'll be the death of me one day" is pretty gosh darned good.
Jango: "Always a pleasure to meet a Jedi."
OB1 : "R-4, prepare to transmit a messege care of the old folks home."
Anakin : "Not just the men, but the woman! and the children!"
" I'm just a simple man trying to make my way in the universe" - Jango.
In the coruscant night club when Anakin asks where he is going; "For a drink"
And one more:
"Well thats why I'm here!" - Obi on Kamino
"Truly wonderful the mind of a child is."
This line is classic Yoda, and shows both his humorous and serious sides at the same time.
"I HATE THEM!"
This is probably my favorite line from the whole film, mainly because of the way in which it is delivered.
"Sorry Master. Now if you'll excuse me..."
I love this line because Obi-Wan is in the middle of lecturing Anakin for losing Zam, but Anakin knows something that Obi-Wan doesn't: he hasn't lost Zam; they're above her, and this line reflects that.
"Lost a planet Master Obi-Wan has...how embarrassing."
I love this line because it is classic Yoda and is a great foreshadowing of his early antics in TESB.
I just wanted to thank you guys, because you demonstrated so beautifully that AOTC is being warmly welcomed and embraced in the Star Wars canon. Major evidence for this is the simple fact that there are so many quotable lines that people really grow attached to.
I really hope that Roger Ebert is aware of forums and threads like these, for in his review he stated:
"But as someone who admired the freshness and energy of the earlier films, I was amazed, at the end of "Episode II," to realize that I had not heard one line of quotable, memorable dialogue."
Roger Ebert review of AOTC
Oh, how wrong he was!!
As a high school English teacher, the scenes of Yoda as a teacher were really the bees knees
"Truly wonderful the mind of a child"
My students think I'm nuts because I've been calling them all "younglings"...
"You don't need guidance Anakin. I can see your becoming the greatest of all Jedi."
"Dreams pass in time." I love that line and
Ewan delivers it perfectly.