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the BOWCASTER???
Posted by bryan on Jun 26, 2005
You could've summed all that up by saying "chewie was in the movie, but he didn't have a bowcaster".

That is pretty much saying the same thing, without all the words.




cgi babies
Posted by cosmicfish on Jun 27, 2005
This is pretty irrelevant to star wars, but has anyone seen Beyond Borders with Clive Owen and Angelina Jolie?
It came out about four years ago and at one point Angelina picks up at child in Ethiopia who is terrible malnurished, starving, there is a vulture a few feet from him. He looks surreal.
This kid had to be cg right? I know there are actually kids out there who look like this but they couldn't put him in the movie, they would have to take care of him and help make him healthier. Right?
If he is cg it was done really well.

Oh, and Hayden Christian is not a good actor.

Apparently
Posted by Miguel on Jun 27, 2005
He's good in a movie called Shattered Glass.

I recently saw the attack of the clones movie, and not even the genetic fusion of Ben Kingsley, Al Pacino and Robert De Niro into some kind of Uber Actor ( BEN PANIRO) could have handled the "romantic" dialogue that would make my 15 year old portuguese sister howl with laughter.

George Lucas should have handled the overall vision, and handed the screenwriting and directing duties to more capable people.




Meh
Posted by phduffy on Jun 27, 2005
He was in Life as a House, and got great reviews, and solid ones for Shattered Glass and Virgin Suicides.
I havne't seen any of them though, so I don't know.

I strongly suspect that he's decent, and that George Lucas is just super incompetent, but who knows?

And since Christensen is thinking about quiting acting, we may never know.