I am delighted to announce the opening of my new art gallery. Please feel free to visit: entry is free for Lego people.
I got Revenge of the Sith for Christmas. Did you?
Is it just me, or is everything Sith?
It’s a sad day when the Lego recreation is more exciting than the real thing. Still, you know what they say: What’s the difference between Hayden Christiansen and some Lego? One’s a lifeless piece of plastic devoid of dramatic potential or human expression… [insert punchline here]
My latest incisive movie review has been blocked from publication. It’s censorship, goddammit!
The dark side clouds everything…
The Internet is the spiritual home of the weird amateur crossover video, but today I think I’ve come across two of the weirdest: a commentary on UK ID cards in the style of Gilbert and Sullivan and yet another Star Wars pastiche… but this one using the Rebel Alliance as a metaphor for organic produce.
whoa man revenge of the SITH is out today i haven’t seen it yet but it’s just SOOOOO cool.. I giv it 5 stars.anakin is way my faverite that dude can act some its easly the best film i evr saw were sombody turns into darth VADER.it ROCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This is insane: a bloke who’s building his own life-sized R2-D2. So far he’s done the legs. I can’t help wondering if he gave up at that point after George Lucas suddenly equipped those same legs with rocket boosters in Attack of the Clones. That’ll teach the nerdy little twat, George probably thought. He should be out driving fast cars and chasing girls, goddammit! Now where did I put that modelling cement…?
But I digress. I’m sure I’m right though. George keeps an eye on these things, you mark my words. If our plucky hobbyist manages to work his way around this one, expect R2-D2 to suddenly be made of liquid metal and be able to morph into a desk lamp at will in time for Revenge of the Sith.
“…trailers lead to overexcitement… overexcitement leads to bowel irregularities… bowel irregularities lead to the dark side!”
Regular blogrot reader (hi Simon!) will remember that I promised myself I won’t watch any trailers for Star Wars Episode III. But that was before an evil, shadowy presence sent me a link to the teaser trailer and I clicked on it quicker than you can say “seduced by the dark side”.
I promised myself I wouldn’t watch any trailers for Star Wars: Episode III, since the trailers for episodes I and II just gave away every single bit of the film that was worth watching. But then I saw this. The temptation will be strong. Only sudden death seven days after watching The Ring can save me now.