Shadowman wrote:Dead Metal wrote:Shadowman wrote:Dead Metal wrote:And then show me where Darth Vader shows any kind of emotion.
The problem with Vader showing emotion is that his face doesn't move, so you have to pick it out of his voice. Fortunately, his voice is often dripping with emotion. Watch the opening, on the Tantive IV, and pay attention to Vader's voice. He is very clearly angry during much of that scene.
Yes, he's angry. Which is about as emotional as he gets. He does not cry in the originals, like he does now, which is why I said I didn't like him crying.
Okay, now do me a favor and actually watch Episode III. He doesn't cry. He flies into a rage, crushes everything in the room aside from himself and Palpatine, then screams out "NO!" He doesn't cry, that's just hyperbole from people bitching about that scene.Dead Metal wrote:I don't see why me complaining about Darth Vader now being whiny is wrong due to Luke and Obi-Wan being whiny at times?
Explain to me please why you felt the need to justify Darth Vader as "always" having been winy by pointing out that Luke and Star Wars unrelated characters sometimes cry. Please do.
...No. Just, no. I never said they "sometimes cry." I said they scream out "NO" in every movie. Just like they use the phrase "I have a bad feeling about this," or "A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away."Dead Metal wrote:And no I don't care that I wrote "any kind of emotion" instead of "feelings of sadness".
Well, you should.
Oh no, I'm not talking about the no in III, I'm talking about the new no.