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Saturday, 29 October 2011

FIRST LOOK: EPISODE I 3-D


Well, STARWARS.COM and TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX have now officially released their first trailer for EPISODE I: THE PHANTOM MENACE 3-D, to be released in the UK and US from February 2012.

StarWars.com | Star Wars: Episode I in 3D Trailer

It's a nice compilation of all the important elements that made the first of the Prequels such a big success back in 1999, despite its splitting fandom right down the middle as to the movies actual merits (any STAR WARS fans that regularly read this site will know that I'm on the positive side of the fence with regards to the overall Prequels), and those who hate Jar Jar Binks will be greatly relieved to discover he's not shown in any of it's 1 minute and 33 seconds, though brave Captain Tarpals and the rest of the Gungan army are seen in action against the Battle Droids and their tanks.

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With its firm concentrating on key elements that wowed audiences on its original release rather than on the actual story of young Anakin Skywalker's rise and fall, I'm not the greatest fan of the new official release poster for EPISODE I, and think that the new 3-D STAR WARS films really deserve better treatment: like beautiful, specially commissioned artwork to herald the movie event rather than the awful and cheap photoshop composition work on display here: a Hollywood factor which has, in the last ten years, blunted the impact of so many of todays modern films and blockbusters.

1 comment:

User897 said...

I wish it would all just DIE already. This 3-D fiasco experiment will hopefully put the final nail in the coffin. Not only is it ludicrous to expect success from one of the worst films of all time, but all 3? Restoring the Original Trilogy, you know, the GOOD films that won all the awards (and our hearts), would have cost a FRACTION of what this 3-D travesty costs. Other than Harmy's Despecialized Editions, Star Wars is dead to me.

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