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# :)
Actually, I don't really care. I don't hold Star Wars sacred. And I agree it was technically done very well but at the same time the character did seem a little out of place within the films as a whole *shrug*
(, Mon 5 Dec 2011, 10:01, archived)
# I think he was as badly scripted and stupidly voiced as most of the comedy characters
C3PO, yoda, ewoks, etc. Never understood why anyone got upset
(, Mon 5 Dec 2011, 10:05, archived)
# I think they could have gotten away with the voice and the script if it wasn't done in completely over the top slapstick style
Some sort of connection with realism. It felt like they just forgot they were making a film and not a cartoon.

I do find it amusing how people get so upset about it though :)
(, Mon 5 Dec 2011, 10:09, archived)
# Yoda fighting R2 for a sausage
C3PO waving his arms about and going oh dear all the time
"get this walking carpet out my way"
Remind me which Star Wars film is the serious non comedy/slapstick one?
(, Mon 5 Dec 2011, 10:20, archived)
# Starwardler's List

(, Mon 5 Dec 2011, 10:22, archived)
# :D
(, Mon 5 Dec 2011, 10:24, archived)
# 'ning Mistah!

(, Mon 5 Dec 2011, 10:36, archived)
# 'Well I didn;t say there was a serious non comedy/slapstick Star Wars film.
But I think there's a line between a bit silly and overblown over-the-top stupid. And Jar-jar crossed that, that's all I meant.

And I don't even like Star Wars enough to get into a conversation about it! Agh! Sucked in! :D
(, Mon 5 Dec 2011, 10:43, archived)
# I have to get this off my chest
They are fucking KIDS FILMS! The Ewoks, C3PO etc. are badly scripted, slapstick etc. because they are children's characters.

Yeah, I like the films too, I watch them quite often, but you can't expect characters aimed at entertaining children to be deep and meaningful, convincing and non-irritating to adults.
(, Tue 6 Dec 2011, 16:41, archived)