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<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Example: They have the real guy's head for the Clone Trooper when he's without helmet... but it's on a CGI body! WTF???<p><hr></blockquote><p><br>I believe that's because ALL the Clone Troopers are derived from the same person, and they can't very well have that same actor play EVERY single role...<br><br>No?<br><br>Sorry to hear you were overloaded from the CGI- but you should have known going in. What'd you expect, stop-motion? <br><br>[color:green]5.19.05 - The 'Jedi Slaughter' tour begins!</font color=green>
Loc: United States
I don't get what you're saying- all the clones are supposed to look alike, so why wouldn't they put the same head on all 4 bodies?<br><br><br>[color:green]5.19.05 - The 'Jedi Slaughter' tour begins!</font color=green>
Right. But why are the bodies CGI?? They can't have this dude walk around in a real costume four times and composite them later?? Surely that's easier and better-looking than pasting his head on a fake body... and four times over to boot! The CGI movements are herky jerky.<br><br>
Well, just watching IV and V back to back the other night, the thing that really puts Empire up there on my list is the pure emotion. The relationship between Han and Leia seems real. You really see Luke's pain when Varder reveals he's his father. You really get into the characters. Dont' get me wrong. IV is very good, the characters in Empire just seemed more real.<br><br>The thing that really pissed me off last night in the movie was Droids. What's Lucas's obsession with droids doing funny things and making cute noises? I was expecting an awesome space fight scene at the beginning of the movie. Like in episode IV. I was hoping to see squadrons of fighters doing awesome dogfighting scenes, not "funny droids doing cute things".<br><br>
Oh yeah, the cutesy droids were annoying. I kept reading about this monstrous space battle at the beginning (though that long opening shot was off the hook!). That was a lie. All they showed was Anakin and Obi Wan try to shake those tiny bug droids. <br><br>
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