The Phantom Menace - it's not bad -1 reply

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Queef Richards

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#21 10 years ago

Holy crap, don't even get me started on the Episode I: Racer, game. That brings back epic nostalgia, playing that in the '90s at my library, oh the good times w/ Clinty.




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#22 9 years ago

I think the reason a lot of people don't like TPM is cause it came directly after the end of the Empire and it's a little hard to adjust from "The Empire's dead and so is Palpatine" to "Oh, we made the trilogy in reverse and now we're before the Empire and Palpatine's back." Not only is there a sort of know-it-all nine year old kid, Yoda's alive again, and (even though I like Jar Jar) an annoying Gungan guy who is very clumsy that people think is really annoying. And I think it was more of an explanation and a first meeting for the main couple of the prequel trilogy than much like the other five movies. (plus Obi-Wan's no longer a Force ghost, he's a twenty-something guy with short hair and a mini-plait on one side, also called Padawan braid).




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#23 9 years ago

I liked it a lot. It kinda left the galactic crisis thing for a while and went back to the early days, before Anakin (




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#24 9 years ago

I like Jar Jar too. (And I was quite surprised when I found out how much the world hates Rosh). And you spelt Anakin right.




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#25 9 years ago

Other people like Jar Jar :D I think he's a great character, an adult with a child's sense of humor who got into such silly situations lol. Definitely made the movie more enjoyable, and he played a crucial part with the integration of the gungans.