Tom Fisher has created a modern style trailer for Star Wars: Attack of The Clones. Previously he created modern style trailers for the original Star Wars trilogy and Star Wars: The Phantom Menace.
A user by the name of CaptainDirewolf made this Halo 5 map called "Boonta Eve", and if it looks similar to a scene in Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, that's because it is. CaptainDirewolf recreated the podracing course from the film,Show More Summary
Tom Fisher has created a modern style trailer for Star Wars: The Phantom Menace. Previously he created modern style trailers for the original Star Wars trilogy.
Podracing is probably the best thing about The Phantom Menace, and this latest Halo 5 Forge map helps prove it. Xbox Live user CaptainDireWolf is the author of a new Halo 5 Forge map that recreates the famous podracing scenes from Star Wars: The Phantom Menace. The expertly-made map is called The Boonta Eve, which […]
Remember the podrace from Star Wars: Episode 1 - The Phantom Menace? A skilled Forge user has recreated it in Halo 5. The Boonta Eve Halo 5 map is the work of "CaptainDireWolf", who created a race track and made the most of a welding glitch to create the podracers, which are actually built out of Halo's Ghost vehicles. Show More Summary
Unlike most of my colleagues, I haven’t had the chance to try HTC and Valve’s Vive Pre virtual reality headset. I hear it’s good, but it could be another overhyped disappointment like The Phantom Menace. Read more...
Maz Kanata was one of the most divisive new characters in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Before it was released much was made of the mysterious new character, with speculation swirling about what she had the power to do. In the end, we didn’t really get to see too much of Maz Kanata’s powers and... Show More Summary
J.J. Abrams and Disney (smartly) pitched Star Wars: The Force Awakens as a throwback to the original trilogy (the movies that most fans of the franchise loved) and a lot of the behind-the-scenes footage focused on the return to practical effects. Show More Summary
Maybe, just maybe, Star Wars: Episode I—The Phantom Menace would have been more coherent and enjoyable if its core characters, like Qui-Gon Jinn, Jar Jar Binks, and troubled little moppet Anakin Skywalker, had just been portrayed as a bunch of incompetent, self-sabotaging dirtbags instead of as actual heroes. Show More Summary
Weakened job prospects for lawyers have triggered declining law school enrollments. Some point to the economy as the source of these diminished opportunities, but the economy is rebounding, and recent analysis of data from the Bureau...Show More Summary
"It's just one endless battle scene after another, and puppets fighting other puppets."…
Yes, I’m talking about Star Wars Episode I: Racer, the game that took one of the most pointless scenes in any Star Wars film and turned it into an incredibly successful racing game on PC and the Nintendo 64. With all the Star Wars excitement I recently decided to go back and watch the prequels again. Show More Summary
Twitter use Burr Shot First spent Christmas Day watching the original Star Wars trilogy for the first time. Her excuse for never having done so before was that she watched The Phantom Menace first, and couldn’t even get through it. Fair enough. Show More Summary
The excitement over Jar Jar, the intensity of the Anakin auditions, George Lucas comparing The Phantom Menace's pacing to poetic stanzas--watching this documentary has the same haunted, speculative thrill as walking through a ghost town or visiting an exhibit of Titanic artifacts.
When the Giants and/or those close to Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham circled the wagons pre-suspension, they came with claims both ridiculous (the phantom menace of a Panthers motivational bat) and sublime (insinuations of homophobic slurs). But while bats aren’t something you see every day, Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael Irvin said the taunts…
Episode I may have problems, but don’t let those distract you from its good parts.
Growing up, ‘The Phantom Menace’ was a special kind of disappointment. But the prequels’ failures made me learn to care about ‘Star Wars’ in a different way.
From A New Hope to Ewoks to The Phantom Menace to The Force Awakens...
Before the Force awakened, a phantom menaced...what exactly? We put three children in the spotlight and asked them to explain the complex and convoluted plot of the first Star Wars prequel, Episode I: The Phantom Menace. Remember, this is a kids movie! Read more... More about Star Wars, Cute Kids, Entertainment, Film, and Standalone Video Template
If you can forget how awful The Phantom Menace was, come back from the darkness, my child. [ more › ]