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Star Wars: Rogue One

Post  Flap Zappa on Thu Dec 15, 2016 12:13 am

A prequel to a new hope.
The daughter of the scientist who created the Death Star goes to try and rescue him and find out the secret of the death star before it becomes operational and how the plans for said death star were stolen.
A little slow to start but over all a good movie for any star wars fans.
good to see Peter Cushing back after many years out of the movies and at the end a very young Princess Leia.
Also Darth Vadar gets a couple of scenes. the movie ends more or less where episode 4 starts.
Dont expect a sequel to this prequel though as it ends badly for everyone.

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Re: Star Wars: Rogue One

Post  fatbob5 on Sat Dec 31, 2016 12:58 am

@Flap Zappa wrote:A prequel to a new hope.
The daughter of the scientist who created the Death Star goes to try and rescue him and find out the secret of the death star before it becomes operational and how the plans for said death star were stolen.
A little slow to start but over all a good movie for any star wars fans.
good to see Peter Cushing back after many years out of the movies and at the end a very young Princess Leia.
Also Darth Vadar gets a couple of scenes. the movie ends more or less where episode 4 starts.
Dont expect a sequel to this prequel though as it ends badly for everyone.

8/10



Did ypu approve of the CGI version of Peter Cushing
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Post  Flap Zappa on Sat Dec 31, 2016 7:56 pm

@fatbob5 wrote:
@Flap Zappa wrote:A prequel to a new hope.
The daughter of the scientist who created the Death Star goes to try and rescue him and find out the secret of the death star before it becomes operational and how the plans for said death star were stolen.
A little slow to start but over all a good movie for any star wars fans.
good to see Peter Cushing back after many years out of the movies and at the end a very young Princess Leia.
Also Darth Vadar gets a couple of scenes. the movie ends more or less where episode 4 starts.
Dont expect a sequel to this prequel though as it ends badly for everyone.

8/10



Did ypu approve of the CGI version of Peter Cushing
it was quite well done and you can barely see the join in 3d
as with the young princess leia which probably means that she can appear in any star wars movies after episode 8

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Re: Star Wars: Rogue One

Post  fatbob5 on Tue Jan 31, 2017 11:39 pm

Just seen it , great film

At risk of sounding like a moaning ninny the CGI of Peter Cushing was brilliant but you could still tell it was CGI , especially when 'he' done those nervous twitchs
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Post  Flap Zappa on Tue Jan 31, 2017 11:59 pm

@fatbob5 wrote:Just seen it , great film

At risk of sounding like a moaning ninny the CGI of Peter Cushing was brilliant but you could still tell it was CGI , especially when 'he' done those nervous twitchs
with the natural blurring of 3d it is passable, I will watch it again when the DVD comes out

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Post  fatbob5 on Wed Feb 01, 2017 12:10 am

@Flap Zappa wrote:
with the natural blurring of 3d it is passable, I will watch it again when the DVD comes out
One thing that puzzled me - why didnt the Death Star directly target the that beach base right at the end
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