-Bringing Captain Obvious' "observations" to a tolerable level.
ALTERNATIVE EPISODE I
Guardians of Peace
Enemies of Tyranny
Mr. Bungle said:
My mind is kind of blown right now. I didn't realize the guy who played Ric Olie (Ralph Brown) was also in Alien 3, and I actually thought he gave a quality performance in the latter.
Damn you, Ric Olie.
Ralph Brown is an imposter. I played myself in TPM and I was phenomenal.
No sir, I say damn you.
Personally I try and avoid "of the" in the middle, and have been trying to come up with something like THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK for ages with no success.
STAR WARS EPISODE I: THE OLIE FILES
I was just looking at the edit details for this and discovered:
- Naboo cruiser escape removes bad acting and dialogue from pilot and Panaka.
First of all, I agree about Panaka.
However, I don't see how anyone could call my acting anything but brilliant. The dialogue isn't my fault, although I did ad-lib both "look over there" and "you catch on pretty quick." Unfortunately they were both removed from this edit, rendering it nearly unwatchable.
And "pilot?" What an unforgivable offense. My name is known far and wide throughout the galaxy.
This is a travesty.
Darth Bizarro said:
TV's Frink said:
TV's Frink said:
WhatsMyName said:I liked the Jedi Rocks scene
did i studder?
I don't know. What does it mean to studder?
I think the proper term is Ric finder.
Fixed in the most dashing way possible.
"The entire ship is one big ship."
Every single scene I wasn't in.
As raw footage they are just curios but if placed inside reworked scenes with different pacing they could be a really useful resource to fan-editors etc.
They deserve a clean up at the very least (as far as that is possible) so plenty of potential work for the creative arms of the community.
Ye, I understand this point. I just don't like fan edits from an ethical point of view.
Kind of odd first of all that your name is "theprequelsrule", and that second of all, your on the the forum for fans of Star Wars that are also (for the most part) really into fan edits.
I am here to support the petition for a high quality release of the OOT. I would be happy with a standard-def DVD, in 16:9. That is all you need to be here.
I mean, I guess so. Its just a little odd.
We are all a little odd around here. Wait till you meet Ric Olie.
^That was me, failing to find the words to use that would convey the emotions that I felt upon reading the statement that you posted in this forum by typing on your computer or phone or tablet or other device that you use to access the forum.
The Aluminum Falcon said:
Ziggy Stardust said:
Wow, she was the only decent actor in the prequels.
Agreed! And she's old enough to have actually been in the original Star Wars movies...
You teenagers wouldn't know a good actor if I bit you in the ass and then told you what I just did.
Anything Ric Olie said.
YEAH I SAID IT! COME AT ME BRO!
However, you should only take your hate so far and I don't think I have said anything out of line. If so, I would hope I would be told by a moderator or a well respected member. Or Ric Olie.
I am offended at your statement, sir. I challenge you to a duel of handsomeness....
"Pardon Me Sir" deserves to be an OT.COM meme.
It should be used whenever we post a response that is blatantly obvious but rather tactless.
Pardon me, sir, but are you saying...you want a piece of me?
Bothan's Pies said:
For the next release, each copy will actually come with a free Ric Olie, who will stand next to you in your living room explaining what is happening in every single shot...
Send me your address, a plane ticket, and $49.99 and I will make this happen tomorrow.
For you guys' next gag edit, you need even more needless exposition added. Like when Luke beheads the Vader image in the Cave, he can explain to the audience that that wasn't really Vader. Or whenever a character dies, someone has to announce it ala Dr. McCoy. "Jabba the Hutt has been strangled to death by Leia!!"
I like this guy.
Ziggy Stardust said:
I like Bowie.
DuracellEnergizer said:The only reason people liked Fett was because of the mystery behind him. How could George not get this?
And his armor.
And my axe!
3PO: What? What's going on? Turn around, Chewbacca, I can't see! Ooh, they've encased him in carbonite! He should be quite well protected, if he survives the freezing process, that is.
I assume this delivered an Academy Award?
we're not Adywan.
After Padme lands on Mustafar, and she and Anakin hug it out momentarily...
ANAKIN: I saw your ship!
Wait, this is the "Best Dialogue from Revenge of the Sith." thread, right?
Now that I think about it how do Lightsabers stop the beam when they are activated? What we definitely need is for Lucass to film a 5 minutes monologue of Olie explaining the tech to us for the 3D edition of Star Wars.
"This was the weapon of a Jedi Knight. Not as clumsy or random as a blaster. An elegant weapon...for a more civilized age. You see Luke, the power-cell emits an energy beam that is focused via either a natural or synthetic crystal..."
The internet will soon be known by its new name, "The Olie."
Put Captain Solo in the Cargo Hold said:
TV's Frink said:
I don't remember the Gungans speaking anything but their annoying/racist version of English.
Well, when the trio arrives at the Gungan city there are 2 citizens saying something in Gungan, which I believe translates to:
"Look over there!"
Those guys stole it. :-(