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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by comictimes, Apr 13, 2006.
hehe.... it's absolutely awesome
I'll have to admit it... well done. Now imagine if they created something themselves? The future could be bright for them.
My gf showed this to me several weeks ago. I love the ending.
That was incredible! I love the light sabre floating between their hands...and the ending.
I can't believe they did that, it was very well planned out and filmed.
That was impressive.
darn this, my mac at uni wont let me play external vids. is this Duality? if not, googe it - incredible.
Nick Gillard (stunt coordinator for the prequels) could have picked up a few tips from that-- my favorite was the rolling on the floor bit. That was a nice piece of work -- and a tremendous amount of work as well.
Good way to spend 5 minutes!
I'd say that was better than any of the lightsaber fights in the original 3 Star Wars, and just as good if not better than the ones in the more recent movies.
Yeah, why was this "home movie" so much better than a $500 million dollar, 3 movie franchise production with all the resources in the world at hand?? Is Lucas possibly crap?
Possibly. The man has no neck...kinda reminds me of Jabba the Hut, and Jabba was crap.
Nice ***** Job!
Clearly a lot of choreography there. Well practiced and filmed.
Kudos to the producers!
Lesson to be learned
Always remember which end your lightsaber is pointed
Very nice. Definitely worth watching.
This is what the Star Wars kid *should* have done.
Great friggin job, the ending was really really good.
Not bad, not bad at all
The Art of the Saber one guys in the comments recommended is better.
Another great one here: http://www.dissonant.org/~pjammer/movies/ArtOfTheSaber2.mov
Oops, looks like someone beat me to it.
I agree. The guy with the purple saber is a beast.
I didn't care for Art of the Saber. It was too melodramatic.
And the quality sucked.
Agreed... heres a link to it: link.
I thought this was going to be a reference to those white trash dudes hitting each other with flourescent bulbs and filming the bleeding. I am glad it is not.
This one was pretty good.
The lightsaber fights are the best parts of the new trilogy since no one speaks. Lucas writes some of the ********* dialog and since he is obsessed with secrecy he shoots scenes out of order and doesn't give out scripts in advance. It shows.
EDIT: had to fix typos before the "Grammar Nazis" show up.
I concur. His visions of an alternate universe are fantastic, but his ability to write dialog is.. child-like.