>>11134524 ZZ is more frustrating in my opinion. It seemed like the ZZ was always disassembled and shit. Like, why? I don't understand the logic, although it was a bit different since the double beam rifle still nuked just about everything but it was still ridiculous.
>>11134554 This bugged me in Xabungle, too. They always seem to carry Xabungle around in its trailer form, instead of its mech form. Why they don't just store and maintain it already transformed is beyond me. The only reason I could think of is maybe Xabungle's too big to fit in the hangar in humanoid mode, or something; they are bigger than most normal walker machines.
Oh jeeze. I just finished watching 0079 not too long ago myself and had myself a chuckle at that. After watching it I'm flabbergasted how it's probably the one of the best depictions of a bunch of young people and children in a giant robot/war situation. Every time either Amuro or someone shitting on Amuro has a little freakout, part of me can see the reasoning behind it and another part of them sees them as flying off the handle. It's really cool.
>>11134616 I was actually surprised. Of the 4 first Gundam productions, ZZ was actually my favorite, barring the first 17 or so episodes. I really liked each character Based Lino and the mobile suit designs. Zeta was probably my least favorite just because it always felt so angsty. Although both series fit their protagonist's respective personalities pretty well.
>>11134514 This. The unit didn't show all the potential during 0079, but it's basically the same logic in Destiny (Core Splendor) and AGE (AGE-3): mobility (swap damage parts for new parts), smaller target, fast velocity, chance to escape and avoid getting yourself blew if the upper/lower unit got hit.
In general, the original Core Fighter is a very good aircraft: small size, simple transformation, good weapons and classic design. It is still better than many recent fighters.
>>11134643 I expected more from ZZ than I did from Victory. I was surprised at how good it Victory was but got what I expected from ZZ. If I went back and watched it again I would probably like it as much as Victory.
>>11134685 I think there's one episode where there's a scene of Fraw giving the kids on the White Base a bath and it has nudity with all of them. It's pretty tame but maybe the censors thought it was pedophillia.
>>11134690 Nah, as he said, I'll do it in diffusion order, because that's how everyone seen it. No other reason, I'm just pretty autistic on that. (you can't begin to imagine the mess when I'm trying to get into a old comic character)
>>11134690 Because every series has to do with the ones made before it. If you watch 0083 before Zeta (Set in 0087) you won't have some information and also the ending won't have as much impact. I guess you could watch 0080 any time after 0079 though. But there must be some kinds of references to other Gundam shows in it too.
>>11134699 That wasn't it. >>11134685 The episode was Doan's Island. It was never dubbed and released in NA because of the sub par animation. They decided it wasn't up to standards and cut it out. It was kind of filler anyway. But in Japan they still include it in recent releases.
>>11135013 >why were the 80s horror movie scene so different and great? That's a good question and I feel like the answers are really close but I can't find them. I just know they were better. Directors were better, more inventive. I don't think I've seen the birth of a new Cronenberg, Raimi, De Palma, Del Toro, Spielberg, Carpenter, Romero, Lynch... I mean, Saw is considered a modern classic apparently. That says everything. It's an okay film but far from the geniuses I talked about.
About anime...not sure, but I think that the older times were more about genres that I like. Character designs also. There's probably other things...
>>11134690 No, that's not how it works. Imagine watching the Star Wars prequels before the original trilogy, you'd have no idea why you should be giving a fuck about certain characters, like Anikin Skywalker, amongst the many other refrences you'd miss out on. They are written with the expectation that you've seen the previous movies. It's the same in any franchise with prequels. The ending of Stardust Memory in particular will severly lack impact if you've not seen Zeta.
>>11134690 Everyone likes to say that Stardust Memory works better after Zeta, since it's a prequel, but just knowing that the year is 0083 (four years after the original series and four years before Zeta), and everything should fall into place if you pay attention to all of the details.
>>11135254 I don't even care about horror but the answer to this is pretty obvious to me. Two words: jump scares. Nobody makes movies or games that build suspense or make you stop and consider the situation at hand. They just try to startle you or gross you out with tons of gore.
I'm currently watching through 08th MS Team. After that I think all I have left for notable UC entries is the last episode of Unicorn. (MSG, 0080, 08th, 0084, Zeta, ZZ, CCA, Unicorn, F91, Victory) Must say the original series is my favorite, for the non black and white war story, sudden deaths (as opposed to full episode build ups of death tropes) and it feels like so much happens even with slightly fewer episodes than most. I'm liking 08th so far, and Victory is second favorite.
>>11134523 Same here. Been a fan of Gundam since catching bits and pieces of Wing and G on Toonami. Hard as shit to find the DVDs without dropping hundreds. Finally figure out torrenting. Now I'm in mech heaven. I got kind of tired of Wing's plot and decided to take a break and watch a few 0079, almost 20 episodes in and I can't stop. Can't fucking wait to watch Zeta.
Deleted the thread I made since I didn't notice there was already a 0079 thread. Anyway I'm confused about Char's character motivations during the last episode.From pic related is seems like since Char was fighting for Zeon he wanted to stop the age of Newtypes from happening, despite being hyped over Newtypes earlier with Lala. I get that Char was suspicious of that other Newtype who said he wanted to attain peace for all of his kind earlier but I don't see why he'd be so against Newtypes. Why is end of UC 0079 Char so mysterious?
>>11137423 >sudden deaths (as opposed to full episode build ups of death tropes) What? Every character who died had death flags the entire episode. The only exceptions were Ramba Ral, the Zabi family, Mquve, and Lala. Every Federation death had foreshadowing the entire episode like Ryu teaching the crew life lessons.
>>11138157 I figured that but this is before he decides to kill Kycillia. During this point Amuro was trying to get him to kill her since he thought Char should know that the Zabi family was their true enemy, but Char was just trying to get Amuro to join Zeon with him. The only way it makes sense is if he was thinking of using the war to awaken more Newtypes like Lala, and then changing sides to destroy Zeon.
>>11135254 There is no heart in the movies. They're focused grouped into oblivion, so nothing original sneaks through, then when it by some miracle does it opens a flood gate. Look at Pacific Rim, it was a random crap shoot, it did well and suddenly Godzilla and we'll see more of this shit until it becomes stale.
>>11135412 Anakin and Obi Wan are the main characters of the prequels, you like them as much as any others. I would say Prequel Obi Wan is ten times the character he is in New Hope, where he is entirely forgettable before his death scene and 2 one liners.
>>11137154 They're fine summer movies. The same the original star wars were.
>>11135254 Saw is a good film, the problem is it went into shitty B movie territory after the first. Same as all major horror movies do.
>>11137819 I'm not that guy, but I'm currently watching Zeta for the first time and my current reaction is "Why is everybody hitting Kamille so much?" I busted a gut when Kamille called Stephanie a female Wang.
>>11138414 I think the prequels are better films than the original trilogy is. How is that? They're better paced, more interesting and overall just better films. I can respect the model making skill that went into it, but other than that, the original trilogy has not aged well and they're pure nostalgia at this point.
>>11138433 >They're better paced, more interesting and overall just better films. I can respect the model making skill that went into it, but other than that, the original trilogy has not aged well and they're pure nostalgia at this point.
So they're better because they're newer and hip and anybody born in the late nineties to early noughties can't bring themselves to pay attention, I guess.
Unless you're willing to offer a deeper explanation beyond vague statements.
>>11138433 >They're better paced, more interesting and overall just better films. Jar Jar Binks. I can accept that you like them more and will even defend your opinion, but let's not be intellectually dishonest here. Everything surrounding those movies is subpar even in their own right. A good example is the Yoda-Palpatine duel in episode 3- it's fast and exciting for the first minute, but then it devolves into kamehamehas and drags on for another several minutes, giving you enough time to look back on how nonsensical the actual swordfighting part actually was. Everything in the prequels is like this.
>>11138467 And all the light saber fighting in the original trilogy looks like two untrained people waving sticks at each other. Compare any fight in the original trilogy to the Obi Wan VS Anakin fight.
>>11138581 You're making excuses for poor quality fight scenes. It is just two people swinging sticks at each other like Children. Obi Wan and Vader isn't any better. Just accept it, the original trilogy aged poorly, only the space battles aged well and that's because the models were so good.
I never said the new trilogy was perfect, it's flawed as fuck. But it's a better set of movies than the originals are by this point. Star wars became mediocre but it's own success, if every 80's film is just a star wars knock off, Star wars just isn't special any more.
>>11138433 My big problem is the huge missed opportunity in the second film.
They have this idea that Dooku may have left the jedi order because the idea of a government which holds control with a group of super powered magic knights is not very democratic. Dooku creates a clone army as a way of giving a means for the republic to cast off the uncertain mysticism and black and white morality of the Jedi Order. Dooku puts this to Obi Wan, (Dooku having trained obi wans master, and known liberal Qui Gon) and Obi Wan completely ignores it.
This whole grey morality thing which could have made things so much of a better series as a whole, is swept away. Dooku could have been a character who turned to the darkside not out of power lust, but out of a desire to liberate the senate from jedi influence. (magic space knights are an influence... even if they say they aren't. Having an army of religious zealots inforce your laws isn't good democracy...)
They missed any chance to give a deeper element to the series, instead sticking by black and white morality, for ease of story telling. It's a missed opportunity to turn a franchise into something more narratively deep than it was. Instead, it didn't. It was three movies of weak story telling, relying on thinly veiled racist stereotypes for characterisation, and bad teen angst character development worthy of a YA Novel series.
The prequels had a chance to modernise not just the visuals of Star Wars, but the story telling. The original trilogy is a product of the time, simply story living off old hollywood values. Where was our Non-linear story telling, neo noir, true spirit of the new millenium films...
>>11138758 >This whole grey morality thing which could have made things so much of a better series as a whole, is swept away. Lucas made the prequels under the assertion that there is no grayness in the Force. It's clean-cut black and white, and the Jedi were always objectively correct. This is canon and anything that disagrees with it is not.
The weird thing is that the original movies did hint at these questions of morality, particularly with Vader still being capable of redemption. It's almost like Lucas bought into the idea that "kids are stupid" that pervades modern media- though ostensibly made for the same audience, you won't find a fraction of the slapstick shit Episode I is full of in any of the first three movies. Even Ewoks just straight up murder a whole ton of Stormtroopers.
>>11138777 The Gunguns and Ewoks are about on par with each other. I see no problem with them personally.
My Ex GF was obsessed with Star wars, I know a lot about the expanded universe and all that shit and it is territory they should of explored. But on a purely "which is a better set of films to watch", the new trilogy just holds up better. Sure it's a CGI fest and has problems with poor writing for Anakin and Padme. But Princess Leia is a dull character, Han is supposed to be cool but doesn't do much at all and Luke is a poor excuse for a Jedi if there ever was one. He was little more than a Padawan fighting an old broken man in a robot suit.
>>11138844 Anakin is much better in the clone wars. He isn't moping around in fields with Padme and is instead actually leading the fight and trying to make a different. He really grows in the series, shame episode 3 retcons any changes they made in him.
>>11138838 You're saying that Princess Leia is dull and that Han's not cool, while cheering for, like... Qui Gon Jin. Or Mace Windu, the biggest waste of Samuel L Jackson I've ever seen. Or even Anakin and Padme. The prequels might have all the crazy visual effects and fight scenes that go on so long they basically don't even matter, but that doesn't change the fact that the plots are mostly chained-together nonsense about a bunch of boring, exceedingly flat characters with boring TV soap opera-style camera work. The original Star Wars trilogy might be getting old, but you can't seriously be saying that you prefer Anakin's non-growth which you're basing on an expanded universe cartoon to Luke Skywalker, who actually has, like, an arc, inner conflict, and all that other stuff? Just because he doesn't do backflips with a five-pronged lightsaber, or something?
>>11138882 You're cherry picking bad characters, where as I'm naming the main cast. Qui Gon sucks, as does Anakin, but Obi Wan is a solid character in the prequels.
Luke isn't an interesting character to me. I find him annoying and bland. He has no character after the first movie and he is annoying in that one.
Leia is a generic bitchy 80's woman. She just isn't interesting.
Han is a bland generic 80's action hero, AKA Harrison Ford.
Chewie is the best of the original cast.
I think the original films are bad dude. It's fine to like them, but another set of films being bad also doesn't change that. I can like something and dislike something else without the two being in direct relation.
>>11138923 Example. If you skip Doan's Island, not only will you miss some amazing MS martial arts that lead to Doan having G-Gundam Hyper Mode in various games, but a really good story section where Amuro has his first encounter with a member of Zeon and we realize he has an absolutely childish concept of them despite what we may have thought.
>>11138924 Obi Wan being Ewan is probably the only correct choice made in the entire thing, and he's still struggling to break his character out of the awful shot/reverse shot filming, responding to things that aren't there and trying to emote through the awful dialogue.
The prequels aren't just disliked, they're objectively poorly made films. Yes, that can happen. You can go through with the big do's and don'ts of filming and check off all manner of negative shit.
I don't like always bringing them up for this cause it almost feels like a cop out, but the failing is too grand and too complex to really explain just with text. Watch the Plinkett reviews. Same with Indiana Jones 4, it wasn't just disliked, it actually went straight against a lot of basic filming rules and the nature of the series. You can measure this kind of thing very cleanly with knowledge about film making like the RLM guys have.
>>11139108 >Watch the Plinkett reviews THIS. Dude plays a creepy ass murderous old man, but what he says in his reviews is legit. The dude broke down exactly what makes the prequels so bad, not just as SW films, but as actual movies.
Well, if fancy CGI effects and flowery acrobatics make a fight scene, disregarding the fact that the scenes we got actually looked like they were out of a kendo session with their pacing, so evidently the choreographers knew something about sword fighting, the three actors who wielded lightsabers and fought with them across the original trilogy were Alec Guinness, in his early sixties at the time of filming, David Prowse, who was younger but encumbered by Vader's suit, and Mark Hamill, who was about the only one out of them who could be considered spry at the time. It was hardly as though you were going to have fancy flips and twirls and pirouettes all over the place.
>>11139149 >>11139212 Realism doesn't equal entertaining. You're watching space teddy bears fighting men in plastic armour with laser guns. If you want realism go watch the Olympics, I want entertaining movies.
>>11139108 Being poorly made doesn't mean they're not enjoyable to watch as a Saturday afternoon pop corn flick. Which is all Star wars is except nostalgia.
>>11139149 >David Prowse, who was younger but encumbered by Vader's suit Incorrect. The fight scenes for Vader were actually done by Bob Anderson. He was a professional fencer, but couldn't see shit out of that helmet so the Vader fights were just Bob holding out his lightsaber for Mark Hamill or Alec Guiness to hit, because if he swung at them he might poke them in the eye. It did kinda make it look like Vader was precognitively blocking, but it was just because he was only holding his saber out as a target for the other guy to hit.
>>11139366 >I don't understand what makes a good movie and what makes a soap opera with special effects
Again, lay down the chinese shit and go watch some entry level classics and you'll understand why anyone with a taste dislikes the prequel trilogy and likes the original or at least finds it decent.
Original series is properly directed, has decent, not outstanding but decent dialogues, charming characters and good sound direction. Prequel series has wooden acting, more focus on the shitty CGI than the direction, lunatic characterization and failed humor all over the place, also absurd plot points like Jar Jar Binks dooming the galaxy by trusting Palpatine.
This is due to Lucas having its own way with them instead of being limited by more experienced people like in the first and the second. The other shitty Star Wars is the third one, and in fact Lucas was able to do it exactly like he wanted it to be, Ewok included. Prequel trilogy is objectively worse than the original, just how SEED is objectively worse than 0079 despite having better(?) technology.
>>11139432 >I'm obsessed with something I saw in my childhood so I can't properly evaluate it, but if you take my $59.99 course, I will teach you how to look at it in a bullshit way too! Call now only $59.99 and you too can talk out your ass!
SEED is enjoyable, 0079 is enjoyable. They're just different and you fail to understand that you are an artfag riding nostalgia like a flaming cock at a gang bang.
>>11139432 >Lucas was able to do it exactly like he wanted it to be, Ewok included. Incorrect. Endor was originally supposed to be the Wookie homeworld, but in Hollywood it's a lot easier to find a shitload of midgets than a shitload of 7-foot people like Peter Mayhew, so the giant apes became teddy-bears. Wookie = wok * e = e * wok = Ewok
That's why early fluff materials said Chewie was from Endor. The Wookie battle in Ep 3 is what George wanted ROTJ to have, but he made do with midgets instead.
>>11139450 >implying I saw Star Wars in my childhood >implying my childhood wasn't cartoons and old anime >implying you still know shit about movies
I post arguments, you post bullshit. You say stupid shit like "it's enjoyable!" "it's FUN!" "it's MEANT to be corny like the originals!" without actually explaining why focusing half a movie on Jar Jar Binks is a good idea, why having a romance start between a 13 years old girl and a 8 years old kid is a good idea, why having Jack Lloyd and focusing the other half of the movie on him and PODRACING is a good fucking idea, why having Yoda jumping around like the spastic son of Kermit is a good idea, why having actors standing still and doing their lines like it's fucking Ugly Betty is a good idea, making Anakin look like a creepy stalker rather than a romantic lover is a good idea, why having Padme "die because she lost the will to live" is a good idea, why ignoring how psychology works is a good idea.
Because that's what these movies are apart from the shittastic coreography of ballerinas with glowing sticks and gungan throwing balls at stupid robots.
>>11138940 A friend of mine has seen, in order Gundam Wing, Gundam Seed Destiny, Gundam Seed, Gundam Unicorn and Gunpla Build Fighters. Gundam Unicorn peaked his interest in the UC continuity, and knowing him and his level of interest, I recommended he just do the movies. He's in a rush to get to Zeta anyway, I think he just wants context for Unicorn more than anything.
>>11139300 >Not seeing entertainment in the kendo style of fighting.
You're missing where the entertainment factor is supposed to be.
This isn't about looking fancy. It's about the emotion in the duelists. Again, look at the scene in Return of the Jedi when Luke lets his anger slip against Vader. There's not supposed to be anything fluid or beautiful about it - it's Luke completely rage-dumping on his father. The scene conveys that well.
By comparison, the Obi-Wan vs Anakin duel, a fight that should be exuding raw anger and a shitload of bitterness, feels astonishingly flat. All the elaborate choreography really undermines what should be the most raw, emotional part of the prequel saga.
Given the choice, I'd take something I can get invested in over something that just looks pretty.
>>11139703 That's the thing: from the character's actions it really doesn't seem like they stay in control of their actions. The lines are delivered in standard Hollywood yelling. The fight just doesn't match them, which is weird.
It was also disappointing that they wasted the potential that the fight was supposed to be a conflict of ideals. It would have been so easy to have Anakin's style gradually become more inventive and fluid, compared to Obi-Wan's adherence to perfect stances, or something like that. Instead you get a bunch of budget and attention paid to a fight that doesn't add anything to the story beyond the fact that it happened.
>>11140202 Also by the same token you could say that the emotionless half-hour fight scene between Anakin and Obi-Wan also could have been at the start of the movie without any difference, so there's that as well.
>>11138923 I'm still watching it and I'm pretty glad I didn't skip any episodes. I didn't really see anything that would be worth qualifying "filler" episode in the bad way you can think about (the kind of useless fillre you can see in big shonen and such)
So let me get this straight, it's flat out said that Char got a demotion after Garma died on his watch. As a result, he's transferred the Mad Angler squadron. But it turns out he's commander of the Mad Angler squadron has a bunch of subs at his command, along with a ton of specialty mobile suits (and awesome ones at that. Only thing cooler than a Gogg is a Hygogg), a lot of men, and ever child spies. Before he had one cruiser and like two or three zakus minus his fancy custom one.
Do spacenoids have a different definition of what a demotion means?
>>11150124 Boone's aqua squadron likes Char. That's why they enjoy doing stuff for him. He is the Red Comet. It's an honor to fight alongside Char. and with Char's help they had a chance to get the big prize and take down the Gundam.
The spy network with Miharu is separate from Char. The Zabis thought they demoted Char to the 'lowly' aqua squadron, but Boone welcomes him because he looks up to Char and is glad to have him join. They were already in that region doing their thing and Char was sent there to them.
so in a way the Zabis "demotion" backfires on them because of Char's suave personality.
>>11150098 A game which came out over 20 years after MSG is supposed to justify the many boneheaded decisions to send out the Core Fighter in that series? What? Why are you bringing games into this in the first place? I recognize that the Core Fighter had some uses, basically as the only aerial support they had outside of White Base itself, but that doesn't absolve it of the countless egregious uses of the thing. Also the only Xbox I've ever owned and played is the original, because in all of Sega's infinitely baffling wisdom they decided to drop a shitload of exellent games onto it.
>>11150250 it's because the answer was already stated in the first post. mobility. it's easier to launch a plane instead of the whole mobile suit. the core fighters is actually effective that's why the Gundam was designed that way. so you can use both depending on the situation. you would experience this yourself if you played EIS. taking down Zakus with a core fighter. and obviously the core fighter is going to play a vital major role later at the end of A Baoa Qu. Thanks to the core fighter Amuro is able to escape and survive.
>>11150329 the plane inside is the real reason why the RX-78 is so strong. U.C. was making the transition from conventional weapons like fighters and tanks to mobile suits. IGLOO expands on this by showing how certain weapons (and the people that specialize in operating them) became obsolete after Mobile Suits. like that gunner guy from the first episode and tank operators.
>>11150124 In retrospect, Char didn't really think things out through, huh? He killed Garma, whoop dee doo, now he gets demoted and pushed far far away from the front lines. Only reason he still has any clout is his fame and the fact that Kycilia still thought she could use him
Come to think of it, Char was flying by the seat of his pants the entirety of 0079 huh?
>>11134554 What bugs me about ZZ even more, is that for some reason, they always sent out Core Base, Core Top and a Core Fighter. Even though both Base and Top already have Core Fighters. It makes me cringe when a Core Fighter disconnects from the Core Base and another reconnects to the EXACT. SAME. PLACE. a few seconds after. What the fuck, Argama crew?
>>11150891 Because Judau can't form the ZZ gundam in his neo core fighter if there's already a neo core fighter occupying the docking space.
and to the OP, it's because the White Base was horribly underequipped for combat, aside from the Gundam Guncannon and Guntank, the Core Fighters were all they had up until the G-Fighter/Core Booster, and even then they never got more suits, aside from the universe where the Guncannon replaced the Guntank, and that's not a net gain.
>>11150892 >Because Judau can't form the ZZ gundam in his neo core fighter if there's already a neo core fighter occupying the docking space. Then why not simply send out Judau in Core Base and someone else in Core Top, cutting the transformation time?
>>11150899 If they wanted more fighters on the battlefield, they could still send an additional one, just piloted by someone else and not playing a role in the ZZ transformation. I know, I'm nitpicking, but it simply looks terribly silly when they transform and switch the Core Fighters for seemingly no reason.
>>11134710 >>11134711 >>11135740 While this is mostly correct, you can watch War In The Pocket immediately after 0079. Unlike other OVA series, there's nothing in the plot that ties it to the other productions. It's, basically, the best part of the franchise. Putting it on hold because of bullshit like "production order" is stupid. Watch it as soon as you finish 0079.
>>11155017 nah, the last line in 0080 about there being another war has more impact if you go in production order. and a good reason to go in production order is to see the animation improve with each entry. so it's less jarring than going back and forth.
>>11155124 >nah, the last line in 0080 about there being another war has more impact if you go in production order. Not a big loss, actually. And it's not like people don't know about the UC's history of warfare at this point.
>and a good reason to go in production order is to see the animation improve with each entry. so it's less jarring than going back and forth. As I said, that's the only exception to break the "production order". And besides, OVAs and movies will almost always have better animation than any TV series, so the jarringness will still be there.
>>11138433 I can't even imagine someone loving these movies, they're so bland in every way, LET'S PUT TONS OF SHIT IN EVERY SCENE ARE YOU EXCITED YET? LOOK AT ALL THIS CGI! Your taste is objectively shit, and this is coming from someone who didn't even like SW until ~2 years ago when I marathoned the original movies properly and saw how genius they are, every scene in those movies is brilliant with the possible exception of the big battle in 3. Characters are charming and relatable, effects are just perfect (and ruined with every further "improvement" by the disgusting Jew).
>>11150870 yeah it is mainly thanks to Kycilla that Char is able to stay involved in the war. and look how he ends up repaying her. It's almost like he felt obligated to kill her because she was a Zabi and the opportunity conveniently presented itself. >>11155017 >no amuro or char >best it's a neat side-story but not the best. the best part of 0080 isn't the actual OVA, it's the MS Era photobook and the Izubuchi designs which you can get in one his artbooks.
>>11138136 Char's motivation from the beginning was to fuck over all the Zabi family since they murdered his father Zeon Zum Deikun. He also believes in his fathers vision of Newtypes living in space, free from the Earth. As for his rivalry with Amuro, it seemed to have come out of left field for him. Their dispute over Lalah really cemented his animosity towards Amuro.
>>11145846 I hate the prequels as much as the next guy but this video is a bit unfair. When you slow down the action and specifically point out the coreography, of course it's going to look bad. You can do this with most action movies. It's supposed to look good in motion where you don't have enough time to really process every move and analyze it.
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