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    Quote Originally Posted by sbs99
    only 15? i dun think luke looked 15....or 15 years made obiwan looked so old in episode 4...hehehe....the gap was much larger...
    I'm don't remember what was Luke's age at ep4, 15 years and above is just a safe guess. But I think it is less than 20 years. Maybe somewhere between 15 - 20 years??

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbs99
    only 15? i dun think luke looked 15....or 15 years made obiwan looked so old in episode 4...hehehe....the gap was much larger...
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    Quote Originally Posted by agentmonkey
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    Jedi-sm causes premature aging?? LoL....tat explains the 900 yr old Yoda.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shojibake
    Show was better than the rest, but the editing was too quick. It should've been a lot longer.
    agree with you. should have been longer......

    Anyway, just came back from the show......

    but still all I can say is WOOOOOOWWWWWWW!

    Best Star Wars movie ever made........if you are fan!

    GO watch it.....you will never regret it if you have watch I & II!

    Although CGI was a little too much but still retain that Dark Side feel..........Lord Vader Rocks big time! It was hell to become a Darth Vader.....pain like there is no tommorrow!

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    ep3-ep4 is about 20-25yrs

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    Wathed it yest 7pm..... Nice show. I had a Star Wars dream last night, hehe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul_Yeo
    if Jar Jar Bink didn't die, why he is not in ep4?
    Jar Jar Binks, Jedi he is not.... And he will pass in time....

    More than 20yrs had past between Episode III and Episode IV. Even Yoda can only live to 800yrs old and we're looking at a Jedi Master. What makes u think Jar Jar Binks, who's not even a Force practioner can outlive any character?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelccm
    I'm don't remember what was Luke's age at ep4, 15 years and above is just a safe guess. But I think it is less than 20 years. Maybe somewhere between 15 - 20 years??
    the gap bet ep3 and ep4 is 20yrs. so, luke and leia are 20yrs old when ep4 happened.
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    Which means when Luke was a Padawan, his lao peh oredi is a Jedi Knight....

    Thus technically on a one-on-one fight, Luke can't win either Vader or Emperor. Hmm....

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    Quote Originally Posted by hanoman
    Wathed it yest 7pm..... Nice show. I had a Star Wars dream last night, hehe.
    What dream?

    Becoming a Jedi Master or Darth Vader?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsbn
    Which means when Luke was a Padawan, his lao peh oredi is a Jedi Knight....

    Thus technically on a one-on-one fight, Luke can't win either Vader or Emperor. Hmm....
    Actually although he is just a Padawan but never under estimate the Power of the Darkside.......hehe....!

    Luke maybe a weak Jedi in the beginning but his strength and will grow on Episode 6 where he beat his father. The Emperor was one of the strongest.......but no one can match Darth Vader who has a mediclorine count higher than anyone on the Universe.

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    Hehe.. just for humour...

    taken from here

    The danger of the Star Wars franchise (Score:5, Funny)
    As most users of this website must be aware, the original Star Wars was an influential worldwide film whose impact still resonates now, almost 30 years later. Unfortunately, some of the themes in the original Star Wars series have, in my opinion, contributed to the mindset of International terrorism, the cancer we see worldwide today.

    That's a controversial statement, so here's some proof. First of all, the side we are supposed to sympathise with were the rebels. Yes, a group of paramilitaries and other non-combatants who were fighting against a classical army structure providing order throughout the galaxy, the Empire. Here's the crux: the rebels never fought the empire in a conventional sense - they knew they would lose. So they went for "soft targets". Does any of this sound familiar??

    Let's look at this. The Terrorists/Rebels were repressed by a powerful enemy. Deprived of the means to fight back conventionallly, the Terrorists/Rebels were forced into guerilla tactics - concealment, ambush, and brainwashing (of the innocent small bears). It is the latter action I find most repugnant, morally. The rebels bribed the small bears first with food, then by masquerading as a deity figure encouraged them to attack a local outpost of the Empire. Now, there was no evidence the Empire had been anything other than a benevolent overlord to those bears. They were used shamelessly by the so-called good guys, and no-one raised an eyebrow.

    It was the movie "Clerks" which first brought this to my attention. In it, a character made the remark that the partially constructed so called "Death-star" must have been full of innocent tradesmen who had been contracted to work on the military project, their wives, their children, their favorite grandparents. The deaths of these innocent civilians was papered over in the film as nothing more than an impressive explosion. The butcher himself, Skywalker, was portrayed as some sort of hero.

    I have heard some argue that the rebels actions were justified by the Empires act in blowing up Aldebaran, Leia's home planet. Firstly I would beg you to remember that history is written by the victors. Did this peace loving planet Aldebaran even exist, or was it mere PsyOps? Did the "Deathstar" (actual name: FreedomLoveMoon) destroy anything larger than an asteroid? We can't tell - the filmmaker takes a biased treatment of the story from the outset, and the rebels conveniently destroyed the evidence. No attempt is made to give the Empire the right to reply to the allegations.

    My final point (I have many more but space is limited) is to look at Skywalkers conversion to the rebel cause. Does anyone else see something disturbing in the following description?: He goes out to the DESERT where he meets a religious extremist leader (Kenobi) who fills his head with ridiculous tales, ARMS and TRAINS him and then sets him on a veritable SUICIDE MISSION??? Who can honestly justify this?? PULL THIS FILTH OFF THE SHELVES.

    You may never have seen the original movies in this light. But it has been present in your subconscious, and the cultural subconsciousness of your elected leaders. Every time they had an opportunity to make a serious impact into terrorism, it was there, whispering treacherous thoughts of platitude. The dangerous mindset is so subtle it eluded notice, but influenced every decision. George Lucas should be hauled in front of Congress, and then executed. The current global terrorism emergency can be traced back to the moral relativism championed by the Star Wars franchise. He made a quick buck, we got global insecurity. *******.

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