Discussion in 'Archive: Games' started by ATATzsinj, Jun 25, 1999.
bringing it up.
Wow, I haven't seen this thread in a while. Just thought I'd mention that Episode I is STILL in the top ten after almost 3 months. All the same, I can tell the summer is winding down quite a bit. All the movie previews they are showing now are for movies that suck. Getting off topic here a bit, I went to see The Blair Witch Project this weekend. It SUCKED!! Seriously, I'm not just trying to say that so people will go see TPM instead. See ANYTHING else, whether it be South Park, Austin Powers or any of the others. TBWP doesn't deserve the hype it's getting. You'll get motion sickness from it, the camera movement is so bad! I'm SERIOUS!!
Anyway, I'm already ready for Episode II. Too bad it's another 2 years away!
Jag, you BWP BASHER! You're not a true fan!
J/K, anyway I liked Blair Witch. A lot. Scary stuff...
Must...resist...urge..to defend...Blair Witch....It's...too...off-topic!
Ok, I can't resist. The Blair Witch Project rocked so much! I expected it to be scary, but what really amazed me is how well those kids could act and how much I laughed.
Back on topic! TPM rules! After eleven viewings I have finally come to a conclusion on where I would rank it against the original trilogy. I have to say that it truly my favorite Star Wars film. I looked at what each film had going for it and what each film was lacking and I've decided I definitely like TPM the best. That would make it the best movie of all time (in my opinion).
This is not TPM related, be prepared to be moved at anytime. We don't need your kind around here, this is a prequels board. Now you must all bow down to the power-hungry-....The Chosen One means your friendly administators. Failure to do so will mean your banishment.
Really QuiGonJinn. That's an interesting thought. You'd rank it as the best?! That's the first person I heard say that. Im holding all opinions till the rest come out.
TPM Rules, Bashers Suck!!!
Bashers? Wipe them out... all of them!!!!!!
Merry Christmas JediWatcher.
If I may be so, how shall we say... festive:
You're one of the few good bashers my friend.
Happy new year.
I take that personally, Madine!
http://dave.itsgames.com/gt.jpg I will never give up. I want as many people as possible to get TPM.
It makes me so sad when you can tell that these poeple who are against TPM, obviously never learned anything form the classic trilogy.
So quick to judge, so easy for them to find fault. So hard for them to enjoy anything.
I don't know about you, GMT, but I'm having a blast right now!
http://dave.itsgames.com/gt.jpg It almost feels as if we are square dancing in these threads.
Do-see-do and a prominade!
I support you... ALL THE WAY!!!!!!!!!
Man, this thread's one of the lost dreadnaughts. Hi guys.
How the heck did this thing survive? *blows the dust off*
Old threads never die......
TPM was amazing. Any "True" SW fan would know that. I cant compare the SW films, I love all of them equally.
TPM is as Ebert said, one of the greatest visionary acheivements in all films. It shows us a galaxy that we could only dream of from the OT. GL was not able to make the OT the way he wanted to, so on this one he went all out and made it the way he wanted to. He made it big, epic, but not following in Hollywood's rules. He did it his way and I salute him for that. He didnt fall low and make it with cool "Bullit Time" effects, he did the way that a Space Opera should be done, with wide shots, epic places, mythological characters and places, etc. He made it his way.
TPM in the following years will be loved by the so-called bashers. You know you love, just admit it. It put us back into that galaxy far, far, away. It showed us new places and characters that we could only have dreamed of.
TPM was truly great.
Count me in! I like TPM. It's the first SW movie I ever watched and what got me started liking Star Wars.
You realize, JDT, that Roger Ebert didn't even have TPM in his top 10 films of 1999.
I realize that. But he gave it ***1/2 stars. He loved it.
I can only imagine how much Gene Siskel would love TPM. He would have absolutely loved the film to death.