Meesa like you page! Meesa hate Jar Jar as much as everything else in the
movie. The whole damn Star Wars Movie sucks a lot! That acting blew,
Queen "Amadoodoo" made way to many fashion statements (and she does not
blink at all in the movie), Anakin was no better than one of the kids on
the Barney show, and the only people in the movie that really could act
bearly had any lines! I would have loved to see Samuel L. (Jedi) Jackson
blow all their Motherf***ing heads off, in true Pulp Fiction fashion.
Perhaps if Yoda had become self-aware that he was a character in a movie, he
would have turned to the audience and said "Fear leads to hate, but fear of
losing money leads to cheap commercialism, cheap commercialism lead to greed,
greed leads to
Jar Jar, Jar Jar leads to great suffering, great suffering leads to websites,
websites lead to the Dark Side..."
I think all those other people are idiots and that Jar Jar is the worst
character for a movie EVER.
here is my suggestion for the next star wars title," The slow and painful
death of jar jar binks" . it should pack in the houses even more then the
last film, maybe win an oscar for best death.
Witness what rampart commercialism does to art: it destroys it! Thanks for
selling out George! Perhaps you could make the next movie with a G rating?
Iím sure that would stuff even more $$ into Hollywoodís corporate coffers;
cause, remember, itís not about the fans, itís about the money!
I've recently been playing the classic game "Marathon 2". If you've
never heard of it (unfortunately likely), think of it as a slightly
more intellectually stimulating Doom. It had a great flame-thrower
(Tozt-7) that turned enemies into charred skeletons. They had really
cool screams too. I wish I could use it on Jar Jar.
I have qualms about killing intelligent life, but Jar Jar doesn't
qualify so let's tozt him!!
Lets take a look at the etymology of the name Jar Jar Binks, it gives an
insight into the creative process.
The most relevant fact in this process is that it is claimed that a number
of Australians worked on the CGI process for the construct in question. To
fully understand the process we must look at the Australian slang idiom.
A Jar - a colloquial term for a size of drink, repeating this means two
Binks - a great robbery (From the Bink's job)or a rip off or some fraudulent
The interpretation is simple - a joke thought up by drunk Australian
computer nerds that they thought no one would take seriously, Unfortunately
they were dealing with Hollywood.
If I ever see that fuckface walking down the street...to quote
Sting's rendition of Feyd Rautha: "I will kill him!!!"
Jar Jar Binks ,Lucas' ill advised creation,utterly disparaged the Star Wars
trilogy/story altogether. It once had wide spread appeal(Star Wars),even to
people whom wouldnt consider themsleves movie goers; intelligent
Until the ewoks and now jar jar . That "war" scene at the tail end of Phantom
Menace was a complete rip off of Woody Allen's movie "Love and Death" , where
the bumbling goof ball (Allen's character) won a battle out of silly
cowardice and physical blunders......Lucas was so preoccupied wwith pleasing e
veryone in the movie that it fell short of creativity ,especially in the
screenplay area. Jar Jars only contribution was taking the attention away
from Jake Lloyds awful performance as Anakin.Why a precocious protegy
,a"chosen one" ,would act and behave so annoyingly I will never
know.Anyway,back to the real issue at hand, Jar Jar Binks - if George is at
all serious about the Star Wars legacy retaining any form of myth like
content substance, in this body of work , than he must eliminate this
pathetic character from the Star Wars universe.
The only real question is HOW Jar Jar must die. I'm afraid I have to
disagree with all of the suggestions on your page: Aside from the Sarlacc
pit, they are all quick deaths, too good for Jar Jar. I believe Jar Jar
should step on a land mine early in Episode 2, having both legs blown off,
after which he has to be dragged around by his eye stalks. Later, he is
captured by the Emperor and tortured for information. The Emperor takes
his inarticulate pidgin English to be a pathetic attempt at 'playing
dumb,' and has the Stormtroopers beat him mercilessly, during which he
loses an eye and suffers several broken bones. Finally, during an unruly
protest in front of the Imperial Palace, the Emperor blames recent food
shortages on graft by his 'Agriculture Minister', Jar Jar Binks, and
throws him to the crowd. The angry crowd guts him, pulls his body apart,
eats his heart, and tramples on his remains.
I want to know what happened to all the wonderful sarcastic humor of the
original series. Nowhere in the first three movies did Lucas slip into
bathroom humor to get chuckles from the audience, but the humor wasn't
always intellectual either. Even a five year old kid can laugh at Han
Solo suddenly running into a wall of stormtroopers, or Leia's line about
how she'd sooner kiss a Wokiee.
Jar Jar was crated for one reason, and one reason only, to draw kids to
the movie. This was a huge mistake on Lucas's part. What, he didn't
think kids wouldn't come to a Star Wars movie!? I admit, there were
other things I found I didn't like about the movie, but none so bad as
Some people also feel that Jar Jar was in the movie for comic relief,
and we should cut him a break. Comic relief is fine, but not in the
middle of a battle! Almost every serious, battle driven movie has comic
relief, but its at the appropriate time. Jar Jar makes stupid comments
and bungles around throughout the entire battle. I want to know when
Lucas went from doing a tear-jerker interlude like in Jedi, where a Ewok
mourns its fallen friend, to one where Jar Jar trips and falls all over
himself. Even Shakespeare's Macbeth has outlandish humor in it, but not
when he's killing the King!
I really hope that Lucas nix's the character of Jar Jar for Episode
Two and makes the movie more like the end of Episode One, great visuals,
awesome battles, and plot driven.