She does rather have a point...
Hates the prequels & is a Michigan fan? I like.
Nothing to argue with here. Move along....
I feel an overwhelming urge to high-five her.
I was offered a free ticket. I didn't take it.
Hey boyfriend; keep this one. Do whatever it takes to make her happy.
Fuck that, she should dump the BF for suggesting they go see Episode 1.
Forget that. She should kill him. She'd do the world a favor!
2:42 - What are you, twelve?
I like it. So true.Shame about being an Apple fan, buteveryone has some quirks.
I now love her more than anything.
I'm doing everything I can to shield my son from seeing any promotions about this movie. All he knows is the original trilogy, and that's all he needs to know.
I like it, genuinely too. It's not without it's flaws but I do enjoy Episode 1 a lot. I can't be the only one.
Yes, you can be, and probably are. :P
It has its points. It has arguably the best score John Williams ever wrote. The choreography is amazing, especially the final battle between Darth Maul, Obi-Wan and Qui-Gon (or however his name is spelled). And, having seen it, I can honestly say it's no worse in 3D than it was in flatscreen. I think that's pretty much it, though.
I did just that.
Good* Star Wars? She must mean the clone wars cartoons.
I went this last weekend, took the kids, they enjoyed it. For myself, I just started imagining R2 dropping f-bombs every time he "spoke." Made the film so much funnier. :)
My brother wants to do an experiment with a couple of kids: have one watch the Star Wars movies for the first time starting with #1, and having the other start watching from the original movies, and see how it effects what they think of them.
Why would you damage a child like that?
My brother doesn't like children.Although, he did once train a one-year-old to call him Batman.
That man is now my hero.
This girl is marriage material.
"Isn't that the one everybody HATES?" makes me think she is basing her opinion on what everybody else thinks and has not actually seen the movie; thus making her a little less great (for the basis of her opinion not for not having seen the movie), but fine enough I guess...
I have a good friend, her first experience with star wars was only three months before episode one came out. She is now the biggest Star Wars fan of any of my friends, and has nothing bad to say about any of them. Qui-Gon is one of her favorite characters. I think those of us who have grown up with the originals are too jaded to form an honest opinion about the prequels.
Correct response: "You're not my girlfriend anymore."