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2-1B
02-14-2005, 01:27 PM
I just read the new Hyperspace update about the score and it said that after Anakin wakes up from his nightmare, Padme gets out of bed to check on him and she is wearing that thing he carved out of a japor snippet from TPM.

Awesome !

stillakid
02-14-2005, 01:53 PM
It's because he carved a di... well, er um :cheeky: he carved a female pleasure thingie. :smoker:

JEDIpartner
02-14-2005, 04:46 PM
I thought he carved it out of Jafar's Nibbet. Don't ask me what a "nibbet" is. He said it! ;)

Mr. JabbaJohnL
02-14-2005, 06:01 PM
While cool, I actually would've liked to have seen this in the theaters instead of on Hyperspace. As weird as it sounds, I don't care about Dooku dying or Palpatine fighting, but this is one surprise I wished I didn't read.

Slicker
02-14-2005, 07:46 PM
Unfortunately I heard about this some time ago. I like surprises in the movies but I'm sure there'll be bigger ones than this.

2-1B
02-15-2005, 02:38 AM
This is what it's come down to for me - there are no possible big surprises. They told us so long ago about the big plot points that there isn't really that much to learn, so I get really excited over these little things . . . japor snippet thingamajing, Ani calling Obi "Ben" - is THAT still a rumor or is it pretty likely ? I sure as hell hope so ! ! ! - and . . . I'm blanking right now. There are other little tidbits that I got all goofy over when I heard them.

Oh, here's a little bundle - about half of the Star Wars Heritage Episode 3 preview cards had info on the back that I hadn't heard of yet (back in September) and I really enjoyed those little nuggets.

InsaneJediGirl
02-15-2005, 03:31 PM
Figured she kept it.Not much of a suprise though,bigger spoilers have been let out.What I wonder if Anakin takes it back and keeps it during his time as Vader

The 'Xir
02-15-2005, 03:35 PM
This is cool, just in the fact that when Ani gave it to her, he said it would bring her good fortune!!! :evil: he he heee

Kidhuman
02-15-2005, 09:23 PM
Figured she kept it.Not much of a suprise though,bigger spoilers have been let out.What I wonder if Anakin takes it back and keeps it during his time as Vader


He just might do that and add it into the HD-DVD deluxe box set of the SE's.

2-1B
05-20-2005, 02:22 AM
"It will bring you good fortune." lol

That thing got more screentime than Padme's parents in the last two movies combined. lol lol lol

On a serious note, I loved that scene in the movie. It might sound cheesy that he even brought it up, saying "I remember when I gave this to you," but it was just a way to change the subject and I thought it worked pretty well.

RussUAE
05-22-2005, 08:20 AM
Didn't you guys notice it in Padme's hands at her funeral? I thought it was a nice touch.

Sith Lord 0498
05-22-2005, 10:55 AM
Didn't you guys notice it in Padme's hands at her funeral? I thought it was a nice touch.

Hands down, that was one of the most emotional scenes in a Star Wars movie. Only Obi-Wan's final words to Anakin and Order 66 beat that.

stillakid
05-22-2005, 12:06 PM
Hands down, that was one of the most emotional scenes in a Star Wars movie. Only Obi-Wan's final words to Anakin and Order 66 beat that.


Hardly. The two Vader introspection scenes in ROTJ...out on the gantry after Luke has left and later as Vader watches Luke get fried...beat out nearly every other moment in the Saga. The only other thing that comes close is Yoda's sequence with Luke on Dagobah in ESB after raising the Xwing. Those are examples of real drama...real emotion. And you'll notice that in two of them, there is no dialogue at all. Only a truly emotional scene can be done sans dialogue with a static "non emotional" mask. Impossible to top.

2-1B
05-22-2005, 05:14 PM
stillakid those are all awesome, indeed.

One of my favorite emotional scenes (and there are many) of ROTS is when Anakin and Padme look to each other across the city. No words spoken, just a tear, and enhanced by that haunting music.

Well done Nat, Hayden, and J-Dubs ! :)