‘Darth Vader’s Birth’ As Done By A Film Student...Impressive

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  1. Electrix

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    http://filmonic.com/coolness-vaders-birth-as-done-by-a-film-student



    Its quite good I think! Not too sure about the side-kick dude though...
     
  2. DorkyFresh

    DorkyFresh Sum Dum Goy

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    i realize that they have a shoestring budget but that was very 'meh'...and that's putting it politely.
     
  3. EdRyder

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    ... The trick is you have to turn the air purifier ON to get rid of the smoke ,..
     
  4. PWN3R

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    The guy could have, at the very least, shaved his goatee if he was that keen on playing the Emperor.:csad:
     
  5. Mr. Credible

    Mr. Credible jukebox hero

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    wow... that looked like the "be kind, rewind" version of episode III...

    and no, i didn't mean that in a good way.
     
  6. The Guard

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    That was awful.
     
  7. Mee

    Mee 2 E's are better than 1

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    Hahaha, that was AMAZING.


    The Emperor looks like a stoner. (and with all that smoke floating around...) And I loved the sound effects when Vader broke out. *plop*


    *plop*
     
  8. The Lizard

    The Lizard Didn't eat Billy

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    Pfft. If he was a REAL Star Wars fan, he would have picked a scene from the original trilogy.
     
  9. FaT_tONle

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    Oh please... the Sith's voice was decent but not even the makeup? THen they had to dubb the Episode III voice over in there... lame... not that I could have done better.
     
  10. Apollo

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    vader looks more like a 50's robot. but overall good good, haha. I'm going to have to re-enact a scene from a movie next year also for one of my film classes.
     
  11. SuBe

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    Putting it mildly.
     
  12. Comicfilmer

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    ...and that's a film student who won't get much further than film school. That was pretty terrible.
     
  13. Dr. MIX

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    Oh c'mon you guys, being in film school myself and having seen MUCH worse, this is quite good. The aesthetic and technical aspects of translating what was on screen in comparison to the 100 million dollar counterpart must have taken alot of effort. It may not have been executed perfectly in terms of production value, but this guy has got potential.

    Good job mate. Keep making movies.
     
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    Hahahahaahahahahhahaaa... that was so unintentionally hilarious that I give it 2 :up:
     
  15. DDS

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    I don't usually like bashing amauters with little money but...:dry::hehe:
     
  16. bullets

    bullets bang bang

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    The whole thing was terrible and pointless.
     
  17. The Original Bamfer

    The Original Bamfer Big, Bald and Beautiful

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    Well, at least there was no Hayden Christensen. :csad:
     
  18. gkokujin

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    "Dark Fader" had on sneakers
     
  19. bunk

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    Ha!
     
  20. amazingfantasy15

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    Yeah, plus whenever there was direct light on his shirt and (sweat?)pants they looked dark red instead of black.
     
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    I just love how they rerecorded the much parodied "NOOOOOOO!!!!" in the clip from the actual Ep. III movie.
     
  23. Wilhelm-Scream

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    Darth Vader got so mad when he found out he killed Padme that he knocked over a large Diet Coke! :eek:
     
  24. amazingfantasy15

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    and Tripod!
     
  25. 04nbod

    04nbod I need to debrief you

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    i was expecting to see how shmi squeezed out the helmet ;)
     

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