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Star Wars III (huling hirit)...

Warning: Spoilers ahead...

MY GOSH!!! The movie that I was really anticipating... the movie that will bind the prequel trilogy to the original trilogy... the movie that many have said is worth the two disastrous predecessors.... is an LVN, Sampaguita picture guised as a Hollywood film set in the future. Rogelio Dela Rosa is that you?

Everytime that Anakin and Padme have a scene, I want to put cotton buds in my ears and close my eyes because I think the actors themselves are really squirmish in delivering their lines. George Lucas!!! Please hire good screenplay writers! I beg of you!

I was really, really disappointed! But if this movie has merit, it has the look and feel of the next trilogy (4,5,6). The costumes, the spaceships and many questions were answered. But my gosh!!!! I am still reeling from my desire to puke!!! Those lines!!! Arghhhh.... cheesy.... cheesy!


rbasmayor said…
Disappointing... hmmm, I have to watch this movie pero eversince naman, hindi ako nag raise ng high hopes or expectations na magiging solid arthouse material ang Star Wars Trilogy (1,2,3). For the first two parts of the trilogy, the screenplay is nothing but trash (haha), napaka corny and bland and no offense to Hayden (Anakin), pang dekorasyon lang talaga siya sa movie.

Pero cguro, ok na sa akin kung better siya sa 1st two movies... At least di ba, parang Harry Potter...

In films, I really believe kasi na you can make a bad movie with a good script but never a good movie with a bad script...

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