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I hate 3D that shit is so fucking overrated. But i’d see THIS video and pay for it in fucking 3D luv ya Mike AKA PLinkett
Because the Phantom Menace needs another dimension: not only do you smell the shit, you get to step in it too.
is there even anything different in this review compared to just episode one?
its in 3D
Is that all?
That’s the point. Red Letter Media put as much effort in this review as Lucas and co. put in the Phantom Menace 3D.
That’s the point.
2:25 left me with tears of laughter and fear as I shit my pants indiscriminately. Dammit, why do you guys consistently use your brilliance for the powers of evil?
That fucking creeped me out.
You need anaglyph 3D glasses for this review. Those are the ones with the red and blue. The newer ones that you get use polarizing filters and will not work without content specifically designed for them and presented on a display capable of polarizing the light from the interleaved frames differently.
can’t you make an instant replay of the cool 3D animation you have a couple of times in this review
Im glad i know that even if the new disneys star wars are shit… ill be comforted in the fact that Mr. Plinket will tear em apart!
I just love that the music under the 3d quote is from FRIDAY THE 13TH PART 3 which was in 3D for you younglings.
The best part about waking up, is the acid in yourcuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuup.
The Windows phone commercials are playing in an endless loop. I’d love to see the new videos but ICANT
Using the 3D glasses I got from The Hobbit
I’m sorry, but I can’t finish watching this…my eyes hurt…I still love this review though.
why do these videos not work?
Can we have an SBS version of this?
Sad error in judgment that they don’t give those 3D glasses away here in… Um… North pole… The cinema crew collect them back because they’re “too expensive”. Or something. Furthermore, I also cannot watch this great review to the end mainly ’cause the eye problem. :'(
these aren’t new…
The part with the floating skull and the silence was cinematic genius.
That 3d effect is giving me a slight headacke
What isn’t new?
I would dare say RLM put a bit more effort. That was a long shot of that cat wandering around and chewing on some weeds.
This is the new digitally remastered version as it was originally intended.
Yeah, for an extra five dollars, we should be able to keep those glasses.
The 3D version makes the film even worse than it already was.
Also, here’s my detailed analysis of the creative mastermind George Lucas.
my asshole is deep.you probably woudn’t understand it’s complex meaning.
dont think this really works with 3d glasses (standard red&blue type); Maybe that’s the point.
You forgot to significantly dim the picture of the 2012 one.
What is that song that plays near the intro during the George Lucas quote.
I come a year late, but for the record, any 3D you find online wouldn’t work with the 3D glasses from the cinemas. You’ll need these oldschool red-and-blue 3D glasses. They make the colors look like crap, but it’s the only way to do 3D on a normal monitor.
the worst movie ever, now in 3d
Oh this is fucking brilliant as usual–I just re-watched the original three reviews of the prequels, and I’m TOTALLY going to watch this to. XD
I also love how the planet’s core and interior is all underwater, and putting aside the whole fact that the physics of all that pressure would probably be doing CRAZY things to the matter state of “water” (i.e. I don’t even know if it would be a liquid), it would mean NO PROTECTIVE MAGNETIC SHIELD ON THE PLANET because NO MOVING LIQUID METAL–no LUSH LIVING THINGS on it. The astrophysicists/geologists in the audience must have been writhing in their seats. XD
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