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  1. mm... ahhh... i love you... but im not sure what you saying.... you dont think politics belong in star wars.. and not medichlorians.. as long as you get x-wings and tie-fighters you're alright... cool
  2. Mmm... ahhhh... mm.... politics you cant deal with in movies.... great danger i sense in you as someone judging movies... but i like your naivity
  3. dear... im not sure what you know what youre talking about. Favreau seems to be a nice guy, but he can only handle contemporary "art" if that. filoni is much more interesting in every aspect since his characters are much more out of time (timeless) and are not ironic or sarcastic or tongue in cheek. 50 years from now George Lucas vision of Anakin will be much higher regarded than Iron Man and Nolans Batman.
  4. Im not sure whether you kidding but attack of the clones is such a well of endless beauty.
  5. Honey... he pretty much invalidates the ST part of the star wars story with what he is saying. If the ST had focused on Luke achieving what anakin couldnt it would have mattered. TFA almost went there but since j j was all anti-medichlorians he didnt have any tools. Poor Guy. Star wars was too big and hard to understand for him
  6. Hahah yes hes a real plonker nowadays. Just wanted to show you dear the interview. Amazing that disney let him go on for so long before favreau stepped in.
  7. 9:50 I love the way Jon Favreau interrupts Filoni when Filoni is about to say that episode 1-6 is "the story of Star Wars" and that everything else is just crap
  8. isn't it out of touch talking about the politics in star wars since the ST proved how lifeless the galaxy is without both the politics, coming of age and the force. dave filoni should have made the ST all along since he understood the style of george lucas movie making: "I love the lightsaber fight with Darth Maul. Not because it’s a lightsaber fight but because George is so good at crafting why that fight’s important...In Phantom Menace you’re watching these two Jedi in their prime fight this evil villain...What’s at stake is really how is Anakin going to turn out. Because Qui-Gon is different than the rest of the Jedi. You get that in the movie and Qui-Gon is fighting because he knows he’s the father that Anakin needs. Because Qui-Gon hasn’t given up on the fact the Jedi are supposed to actually care and love and that that’s not a bad thing. The rest of the Jedi are so detached and they’ve become so political that they’ve really lost their way and Yoda starts to see that in the second film. But Qui-Gon is ahead of them all. That’s why he’s not part of the Council. So he’s fighting for Anakin. That’s why it’s the “Duel of the Fates.” It’s the fate of this child. And depending on how this fight goes, Anakin’s life is going to be dramatically different." Meanwhile, Favreau and the season one Mandalorian directors such as Bryce Dallas Howard and Taika Waititi sit there in awe at Filoni’s monologue. Good to see that Taika is listening -- unlike Abrams
  9. Excellent write-up about how Lucas laid a foundation for the sequels with The Phantom Menace https://fansided.com/2019/12/12/star-wars-midichlorians-explained/ Excellent point. I like his and reys scenes. They almost echo the craziness of George Lucas
  10. Dreaming of a world where we have a Star Wars Episode IX: Journal of the Whills -- in which we come back to the dogmatic view of the jedi (and why they failed), the quest for immortality, and why Qui Gon was right all along. Medichlorians are the real deal
  11. If I watch them as chapters of a greater story: Attack of the Clones (10/10) Revenge of the Sith (10/10) The Phantom Menace (9/10) Empire Strikes Back (9/10) Return of the Jedi (7/10) Star Wars (7/10) Rogue One (7/10) The Last Jedi (4/10) Solo (3/10) Rise of Skywalker (2/10) The Force Awakens (1/10) If i watch them as separate movies: Empire Strikes Back (10/10) Revenge of the Sith (10/10) Star Wars (9/10) The Phantom Menace (9/10) Attack of the Clones (8/10) Rogue One (8/10) Return of the Jedi (7/10) The Last Jedi (5/10) Solo (5/10) Rise of Skywalker (3/10) The Force Awakens (2/10)
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