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Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace - Jedi Council Chamber Is in L.A.!
When Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan are talking to the Jedi Council, look out the windows, it's just a picture of L.A. repeated, and the horizon doesn't align from window to window!
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Jake writes:
i dont care i think jar jar binks is the biggest slip up in star wars history.
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shawn writes:
how could it be LA? Coruscant was entirely computer generated!
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Jazu writes:
Jar Jar does something important later.
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toyoka writes:
It's not LA because their were blue screens behind each window and the city was made on a computer.
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Brad writes:
First of all just because Jedi have the ability to see into the future doesn't mean they use it all the time. Secondly, Darth Maul is a Sith, not a Jedi.
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tom_m525 writes:
Yoda says in many of the movies that the future is clouded around stuff. Why should this be any different?
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Cygnus20 writes:
Anyone who thinks that Jedi can predict the future with such accuracy that they can prevent their own deaths should pay more attention to Star Wars. Even Yoda once said in 'Empire' the the future is difficult to see because the future is governed by emotion. Also, if you payed attention in Empire, Vader said that the Emperor has forseen that Luke would destroy him. Yet in Jedi, it was Vader who destroyed the Emperor. (I concede that Luke had a role in it, but still....) Besides, imagine how much of the fun would be removed from these movies if all the Jedi and Sith could predict the future with 100% accuracy. If they could, Anakin would never have been trained and the original trilogy never would have happened.
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Dylan Rush writes:
But most of phantom menace was filmed in the UK though, including that scene I think.
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Chookie writes:
Ummm, if jedis can see into the future, wouldnt darth maul would of seen his demise???
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firedrum writes:
jedi can't not see into the future...they can only "feel" what will happen...and sometimes they don't get the right feeling either...if they could see into the future...then Qui-Gon wouldn't of died...he felt he could beat darth maul...but he didn't!
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Trivimaster writes:
Wait, if Jedi really could see in to the future, Qui-Gon and Darth Maul would have seen their demise, so they could have prevented it, but then they should have seen themselves being alive when looking into the future so there was no reason to prevent their death so... Aw, forget it! This gives me a headache!
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dephenom writes:
only the desert scenes where shot in Tunisia and the sith are just jedi's that have turned to the dark side!!
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Moldy_Crow writes:
Jake You've got it right not even the flying shoe in TESB can beat Jar Jar
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Mars Guo writes:
Hey I think that is LA! That seems like it should be a joke but it isn't. >.< Don't worry. Darth Maul felt it, but only for a second =)
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Juiswa writes:
And you know what? Lucas is putting Jar Jar into episode II, just because he doesn't want to admit that he made a mistake.
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@ssKicker writes:
I thought most of The Phantom Menace was filmed in Tunisia.
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