Saturday, August 16, 2008
Blue Sky Disney Review: Clone Wars...
While I thought I wouldn't be reviewing this, I figured that after I devoted as much time to posting about "The Clone Wars" as I did, that I at least deserved to give you my opinion of the film...
Could have been worse... could have been a whole lot better...
Posted by Honor Hunter at 6:57 AM
Labels: Animation, Clone Wars, Film, George Lucas, Star Wars
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So now we can speak about . . . Disney?
If you don't like reading about Star Wars, you must have not been reading Honor's blog very long dude.
Maybe you should check some of the old posts and if it still bothers you there are plenty of mediocre Disney blogs out there to choose from.
If all of the posts are as in depth and insightful as this one, I think I'll pass.
Acually, I think he's too positive on the film. It's a waste of an hour and a half. Go get your haircut. Go pay bills online. Go do anything but lose part of your day to this disgrace to what Star Wars was and hopefully will be again someday.
Lucas needs to retire. NOW.
I refuse to ever watch this movie, even for free. The things I've heard about it such as, what Ashoka acts like and Jabba the Hutt's son being nicknamed Stinky would give me nightmares for years, if I were to watch this film.
George, let it go.
I don't agree with anonymous 1,
'nuff said, move on.
More important things to do.
I thought this film was good, the only gripes I have are the lips sync was off, and some of the walk cycles were a bit stiff. I suppose the reason for that is there isn't enough time on a TV budget to smoom that all out. The shadows are to dark too. For what it is, a TV show on the big screen, it's good. The negativity this is getting is a bit much. There's nothing else on TV that looks this good in CG animation. What I would of killed to get this on TV when I was a kid between the years of Return of the Jedi and The Phantom Menace. This is way cooler than the Ewok Advnture and it's sequel and the Driods and Ewok cartoons of the 80's!
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