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Comments about the soundtrack for Star Wars: Attack of the Clones (John Williams)

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Re: A Long Review of the Movie
• Posted by: Dogan Bilge   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Saturday, June 1, 2002, at 12:31 a.m.
• IP Address: 212.252.6.205
• In Response to: Re: A Long Review of the Movie (clone 5)

I agree that in Return Of The Jedi those scenes and lot more looked fake but that was because CGI technology wasn't that advanced back then. It's not disturbing. Those movies were made back in 1980's. But today those scenes I mention which look fake because of bad CGI could have been better. Just a little bit more work and it's done.
And as I mentioned there are lots of reasons I didn't like this one.

You say that I should just enjoy instead of criticizing every little thing, well you are right. But in the last few years I'm unable to do that anymore. I watch movies too many times, I try to analyze everything and when I like a movie, then I really want all movies to be like that one. I expect too much from movies like star wars and in this case, I was disappointed. The first 3 star wars movies were also not oscar winning type but they were more serious filmmaking attempts.

There are really good writers and talented directors like Spielberg, Cameron or Zemeckis. I think Lucas should let his movies,which have a strong back story btw, to be directed by another "director". And the screenplay should be written by a writer. Not Lucas again. If he's unable to catch the spirit of a story in a movie medium, he should stop. Even in the movie, the characters were so shallow, you just can't identify yourself with any of them. You can't love those characters, none of them were explained in detail much.

I just watched Panic Room and I really liked it. I don't say it's perfect but 4 stars definitely. What I'm saying with good filmmaking is Panic Room. You take a good story, write a good script, believable script and shoot it with some vision. Fincher has a certain kind of vision. In that movie the scene where Mom and daughter eat their pizza was a great character scene. We learn a lot of them and a lot of their backstory in 3-4 sentences. That was quite good. I mean, think of Jurassic Park. It was a masterpiece. It was entertaining and also a greatly shot film. Also Terminator 2, both entertainment and again a masterpiece. What I wanna say is that, you can do good films while entertaining people. But Lucas aims to a young audience and puts too much stuff which is fun only for young ones.




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