Originally Posted by xenosoul
Another thing that pissed me off was that when anakin fought obi-wan they had the same color lightsabers.. I guess the only choice for a jedi who is not a master is blue.
I thought that showed a nice contrast between the two jedi, almost like anakin clinging onto the good part of him by a last thread.
Also the jedi got their asses kicked by the clone troopers so easily because they were just caught off guard. Not the best excuse, but still...
I thought it was pretty powerful when you saw the clone troopers and the conehead guy running on the snowy bridge and you know what's gonna happen, then you see their boots stop and the look in that jedi's face and bang. I got a little icky chill then.
I squealed with delight when anakin was about to kill the younglings. Jin did a perfect screenplay of anakin's leanings toward the dark side, but I thought they handled his first evil deeds very well.
What did they mean about qui-gon and learning to commune with the dead? Did Qui-Gon discover how to appear as that blue spirit? I guess he wasn't so useless after all....
I really liked all the extra violence in this one. It wasn't ridiculous Kill Bill violence but enough to give the movie what it needed. Yoda's javelin lightsaber, his decapitations, Dooku's losing both hands and execution, Anakin's losing all his limbs at once and immolation.
And the Emperor's forehead looked like a butt