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Potato korv

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#21 Posted on
Originally posted by MoeGates
Three words. Jar... Jar... Binks barely in it.

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DJ FrostyFreeze

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#22 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.95
Man, this petition is too fun. I've signed it 3 times so far. Whatta joke!

DJ FrostyFreeze
F#ck Tripod.

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#23 Posted on

Someone should find out who this people are and then call them and just chant 'What?' a few times.
Geez..who says Clones won't rule..
And come to think of it..none of the Star Wars films aren't that good to begin with. So get over it

"...And I use that to f*ck them some place fairly uncomfortable."
"What, like the back of a volkswagen ?"

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#24 Posted on
I'm ALL FOR turning the Star Wars franchise over to Peter Jackson... as long as he'll film it in the style of his EARLY movies.

Star Wars: Attack of the Feebles. I FEEL A GREAT NEED.

HELLO KITTY gang terrorizes city, family STICKERED to death!

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#25 Posted on
Going against the general populace, I LIKED Episode I and thought it was a GOOD movie. IMO, the spirit of Episdoe I was very similar to the movies we/I had already seen WHEN WE/I WERE/WAS 12!!! I think too many people expected too much from EpI, which didn't help Lucas and Fox any. Of course, they didn't do much to calm people down from expecting a life-altering movie either.

Sometimes, too much anticipation can be a bad thing.

Of course, what little I've seen of EpII has me very excited about seeing it. I do think that Lucas and ILM have quite a bit to live up to in light of the achievements made in LOTR. Those effects were just awesome.

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