Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Awesome Fan Documentary!

There's this guy on YouTube named Jambe Davdar who's taken it upon himself to make fantastic documentaries for the Original Trilogy films. He's already made "Building Empire" for TESB and "Returning to Jedi" for ROTJ. He's now slowly uploading parts of "Star Wars Begins" for ANH which is amazing as well. I have to say this puts most Lucasfillm Docs to shame. It's essentially a fan made commentary, as you watch the movie you get to see behind the scenes footage, alternate takes, deleted scenes, all while listening to interviews with the cast and crew. Take a look at all of them and tell me what you think.
Note: It's probably best to go directly to his channel to see all the parts.

 Part 1 of "Star Wars begins"

Part 1 of "Building Empire"

 Part 1 of "Returning to Jedi"

I hope you enjoy it as much as I do, it really is extraordinary. 
GL needs to hire this guy, this should definitely be in the Blu-ray bonus features. -B-

Name change/new pic!

I just now realized that the name of my blog was "This is this Blog your looking...".  What the heck!?! Did any of you guys notice this? I sure didn't. What bugs me is I think it's been like that ever since I created this thing. Needless to say it has it's proper name now. :-)

Btw, my background image is a pic I took of the Portland Head Light in Cape Elizabeth Maine.

Sunday, January 23, 2011

"Witches of the Mist" Clip Blooper

A lot of you having been telling me about this since I posted "Clone Wars Bloopers" and I haven't noticed it 'till now. 

In a preview clip for "Witches of Mist" you can see when Dooku lifts the pillars with the Force that specifically the pillar behind and to the left of Savage is being lifted also.
 In the next shot the pillar is sitting on the ground....
 ...and then in the next shot it's in the air again.
And this is what it looked like in the finished episode.
Obviously the camera angle was changed in order to compensate for the goof.
I couldn't put this in CWB because it was fixed but it's still an interesting blooper.