« on: October 15, 2012, 09:08 AM »
WHAT IS LUKE DOING TO LEIA?
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Why don't the AAT's hatches lock from the inside?Why do the tanks even need a robot to drive them? Why not hard wire that stuff right in. It would be like building a drone to be flown by a seperately built craash test dummy. Stupid, and an issue I have always had with the Separatist army. Yet, the vultures are actual droids with no pilots.
And one of the reasons tanks have anti-personnel weapons is to prevent infantry from running up and attaching magnetic mines, etc. to the tank.
Then again, when have the AAT's ever used their weapons. They never use the hull rockets. Those nubs below the front hatch are lasers, too, according to the Episode 1 cutaway tech book.
So, yeah, we have the silly manuevors to make some "jock vs. nerd"/pissing contest scenes.
It just would've been a little more realistic than people doing olympic sports on the gun barrel and opening hatches from the outside. A bit too much of a kiddie vibe to a lot of that stuff in this episode, which already slowed it down... so at least make it less silly.You hit the nail on the head here!
Yeah these are REALLY nice... Like, nice to the point that if there wasn't SW I'd be considering going all in on these, and praying for a LOTR line as well... Actually if the latter happens it'll be hard for me NOT to buy into these. LOTR is the only movie franchise besides SW that has me hooked in completely.Indiana Jones?!?
Has anyone watched the Target bonus disc for Avengers yet? Pretty good, and legitimately 90 mins long. Cool retrospective of the whole series, and it was cool seeing the ComiCon reactions. It really is amazing that they were able to pull this off, five lead-up films and not a bomb amongst them.
One of my favorite parts of all the extras is they allusions they make to Chris Evan's former Marvel role without ever specifically saying it.
I managed to hit Target on Saturday and pick up the bonus disc, but have not gotten around to viewing it yet. Good to hear that it was worth getting. I still can't believe they had a $19.999 new release for one of the best selling movies of all time, including the Blue Ray, the DVD, and a 90 minute bonus video. And if you used your red card it was only $19.