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Post Posted: October 20th 2005 1:00 pm
 
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Starting a new thread for this as it will be eventually be moved elswhere. I literally stayed up all night for this track.

EPISODE III DVD's entire Audio Track with Commentary

MP3 specs:

• BITRATE: 128kbps
• FILESIZE: 128mb
• FORMAT: ac3 converted to mp3
• LENGTH: 2:20 hours or 140 minutes

If you download please feel free to post your thoughts.

:chewbacca:

It's mindblowing to finally hear what Lucas says about a movie many have waited all of their lives for. Sad in many ways, hehe.


Post Posted: October 20th 2005 5:14 pm
 

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I LOVE what he says about the reasoning why the Death Star took so long to build.


Post Posted: October 20th 2005 6:15 pm
 
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Just nice to hear Lucas set the record straight. "Ok, well this sequence, uh, always started out with Mace, uh, overpowering Palpatine."

Meanwhile, on the FX side, I always find ILM's visual effects interesting and I know this is an extremely FX-heavy film, but the commentary loses a lot of steam with Coleman and company. I don't know about you, but I want to hear from Lucas, not about digital face replacements in the Mace/Palpatine scene.


Post Posted: October 20th 2005 6:36 pm
 
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http://boards.theforce.net/RevengeoftheSith/b10331/22021329/ :lol:


Post Posted: October 20th 2005 6:56 pm
 
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darthpsychotic wrote:

WOW I wonder where he got that :roll:


Post Posted: October 21st 2005 9:10 pm
 
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Listened to it while working and loved what Lucas had to say. To be honest, I haven't listened to the commentary for ep1 or 2 because of what people have said about the fx people wetting themselves at what a great job they all did and things like that. Sad to say, there is a lot of that going on again. I don't know why Lucas didn't decide to do seperate audio ala Lord of the Rings with Director, visual effects and actors all having seperate commentary, because you can tell that he was not with Rich or anyone else while he was being taped.

Second, listening to what Lucas has to say, things make a lot more sense and actually give a lot of "character building" that I felt was lacking in the movie.

All in all enjoyed the file, but I now hate the saying: "This is really a beautiful map painting..." :mad:


Post Posted: October 22nd 2005 12:20 am
 

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hypertext wrote:
I don't know why Lucas didn't decide to do seperate audio ala Lord of the Rings with


I am so fucking sick of people saying this. Google the phrase "a la LOTR" (or the non-abbreviation; use the quotes no matter what). This is almost as overused as the "raped my childhood" bullshit.

"Why couldn't Lucas use more models a la LOTR?"
"Why couldn't the SW DVD's have been extended a la LOTR?"
"Battle droids suck, Lucas should've used Orcs a la LOTR."

:whateva:


Post Posted: October 22nd 2005 12:45 am
 
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He don't get all fucking butt hurt over something that I said which I meant no offense too. All I was saying is that I would have liked to have heard just George, no one else. I was using LOTR as an example because I have listened to that. Get off your fucking high horse, take a xanix and chill. DP asked to post our thoughts and I did just that.

I could have used something else, but that was the first thing that came to me. Besides, I'm drunk.


Post Posted: October 22nd 2005 1:04 am
 
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I am so fucking sick of people saying this. Google the phrase "a la LOTR" (or the non-abbreviation; use the quotes no matter what). This is almost as overused as the "raped my childhood" bullshit.


Yeah, I'd say you speak the truth. But honestly, it took my last Google search to remind me that "LOTR" is an acronym for those Lord Of The Rings flicks.

Well regarding the actual commentary, a la the Revenge Of The Sith DVD, I gotta say Coleman has a knack for pointing out every digital double, like Obi-Wan and Anakin in the duel and R2-D2 on Polis Massa. In the end, that's cool and everything, but I still don't care. But maybe that's just me.

:|


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nice, thanks.


Post Posted: October 22nd 2005 4:18 pm
 
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hypertext wrote:
I don't know why Lucas didn't decide to do seperate audio ala Lord of the Rings with


I couldn't agree more. I too am tired of this LOTR vs Star Wars shit.. LOTR is so over-hyped it's not even funny. Ya the movies are good but in my opinion they're just too damn long.

By the way DP thanks for putting up the audio commentary it was nice to listen to.


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Thanks to darthy, Klownicle, Zion, ET, and Faid for this, you guys are the OGs.


Post Posted: October 23rd 2005 6:04 pm
 
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What a load of shit


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thecolorsblend wrote:
I gotta say Coleman has a knack for pointing out every digital double, like Obi-Wan and Anakin in the duel and R2-D2 on Polis Massa. In the end, that's cool and everything, but I still don't care. But maybe that's just me.

:|

I'm actually very interested in that stuff. I find it very interesting.


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thecolorsblend wrote:
I gotta say Coleman has a knack for pointing out every digital double, like Obi-Wan and Anakin in the duel and R2-D2 on Polis Massa. In the end, that's cool and everything, but I still don't care. But maybe that's just me.
:|

phasetrak wrote:
I'm actually very interested in that stuff. I find it very interesting.


Post Posted: October 29th 2005 6:03 pm
 
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ETAndElliot4Ever wrote:
I gotta say Coleman has a knack for pointing out every digital double, like Obi-Wan and Anakin in the duel and R2-D2 on Polis Massa. In the end, that's cool and everything, but I still don't care. But maybe that's just me.

:|


Fixed. Actually, I'm going to go ahead and take some of that back. It was slightly amusing to see how many times I just figured people/things were real but were in fact computer generated. And in a way scary. But even more, I don't see why I'm the least bit surprised by it.


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Producers should be seen and not heard.


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