Essays On TPM and AOTC

Adam’s been working on retroactive reviews of each Star Wars film and so far, he’s got TPM and AOTC posted. Go check ’em out.

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16 Responses to “Essays On TPM and AOTC”

  1. Adam D. Bram (The Nilbog) Says:

    Thanks for the mention, and maybe you can help me with That One Guy.

    • lazypadawan Says:

      The only thing you can do about That One Guy is to block him. Once I started modding his comments he went away. He’s a pest, a contrarian, and a game player.

      • Adam D. Bram (The Nilbog) Says:

        Oh is he? Did he try that stuff here?

      • Adam D. Bram (The Nilbog) Says:

        Well, in any case, my goal with my site was not to censor, but have an answer ready for anything. It would just be nice to have backup sometimes.

        I guess sometimes I’m still too trusting of people’s motivations.

      • lazypadawan Says:

        He did try this stuff here. I knew the guy was a basher and a troll. Anything I posted, he would argue how I’m wrong. He seldom if ever contributed anything positive. I wasn’t surprised at all to see him trash AOTC because I had his game figured out. There’s no point arguing with him because 1) you’ll never convince him since he believes he’s right and you’re not and 2) he’s one of those guys who always has to have The Last Word even if it’s your blog. My time is too valuable to waste on people like him.

      • Adam D. Bram (The Nilbog) Says:

        I’ve had a talk with him, and made it clear he needs to stop. If he tries it again, he’s gone.

        I know it’s more than he deserves.

  2. Paul F. McDonald Says:

    Very good, as always. I’m still upset Spider-man beat out AotC. The Amazing Spider-man is where it’s at. Raimi did redeem himself with Oz, but damn those organic web shooters.

    And yes, I love all those lines too.

    • Adam D. Bram (The Nilbog) Says:

      I’m honored and humbled that the writer of the Heresies himself thinks any of my ramblings are good.

      Just be careful what you say about my Spidey ’02. It may not hold a candle to Clones, but it’s still my second favorite non-SW movie of all time. It made me the Goblin fan I am today.

  3. Simon Maxwell Says:

    While we’re on the subject of essays about the prequels, is Bob Clark from Wonders in the Dark reading this? Hello, Bob, if you are. Is there any way we can read your article on The Phantom Menace which you mention at the end of your Attack of the Clones article on Wonders in the Dark? I tried the link you gave, but it appears the ‘Aspect Ratio’ website has gone and the domain seems to be for sale. I would very much like to read what you had to say about The Phantom Menace.

    (By the way, if anyone’s interested in reading Bob’s article on Attack of the Clones, here’s the link: http://wondersinthedark.wordpress.com/2010/04/08/bob-strikes-back-at-attack-of-the-clones-naysayers/ )

  4. Adam D. Bram (The Nilbog) Says:

    Just a heads-up, I just sent in Sith. It should be on JN tomorrow and the SBL on Friday.

    On an unrelated note, is there anyone here good at art and/or Photoshop that I can humbly request assistance with a project I’m planning for Jar Jar June?

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