Saturday, February 18, 2012

Clone Wars Bloopers: Ep. 4.18 "Crisis On Naboo"

A very interesting episode, with plenty of Bloopers to talk about!

First off, when the Ship flies towards Naboo at the beginning of the episode it doesn't even have a dent.
But if you remember from the previous episode it was heavily damaged.
Looks as though Dooku is making some credits on the side doing ship body work.

Next, Derrown uses his left hand(If you can call it that) to reach through the ray shield and blow up the generator. You can see that there's nothing on his wrist.
But after he electrocutes Anakin he activates his jet pack via a wrist gauntlet on the same arm that wasn't there before.

When Derrown blows up the shield, there is a guard standing between the two explosions. Yet he does not get injured... or even knocked down. Also in the same shot, Derrown is nowhere to be seen(on the stairs).

When Embo acquires his disguise he is wearing his trademark hat.
Later when he disengages his disguise his hat is nowhere to be seen.
Shortly afterwards, when Anakin and Mace run to catch Bane and Eval, Embo and Twazzi's speeder, as well as the shock troopers holding them at gun point, are completely gone.

A little later, the shock trooper that arrests Cad Bane loses his color briefly

Near the end of the episode Dooku blasts Anakin with Force lighting sending him flying backwards, he bounces off a pillar and lands on the floor. Notice the crack in the middle the floor, he lands just to the right of it.
The Camera cuts to Dooku and Palpatine and then back to Anakin, he is now well to the left of the crack. Also notice he is not in the light either which means he's moved back several feet as well.
Red line = Crack.

Random Note: The Old Swictheroo
In one scene from the trailer you can see Anakin attacking a Senate Guard, which is obviously from this episode.
In the episode it is changed to actually be Derrown without his senate guard disguise.

 Big thanks to Anthony and Kyle for helping me out with this one! If I made a faux pas of my own let me know in the comments. If you enjoyed this edition of CWB be sure to use the share buttons below.

Mini Review
This was a beautifully animated episode! Some scenes, especially outdoor shots, looked identical to scenes from The Phantom Menace. The beginning was awesome, bounty Hunters kicking butt is always a welcomed sight. After that the episode went south for me. The kidnapping scene was full of plot holes and straight up stupid moments! Obi-Wan warns Mace about the guards being Bounty Hunters, yet he entrusts two of them to protect the Chancellor... That's just one example! Obi-Wan's confrontation with Bane and Eval was a let down. Not only did Bane get captured with hardly putting up a fight, his line "Kenobi! I should have know..." seemed like something straight out of Scooby Doo as a friend of mine pointed out. It's evident now that this Arc has laid the ground work for Anakin's distrust of Obi-Wan and the Council we see in Revenge of the Sith. I really like this, it gives a lot more depth to Anakin's fall to the Dark side. Even though I've been a critic of Anakin and Dooku redundantly dueling every few episodes, this duel was one of the best of the series. It was fluent and very much mirrored it's live action counterparts. The end was anti-climactic and predictable. Obi-wan just walks past Dooku and grabs the Chancellor. What the??... Whoa, that was quite a rant. So overall I give this one a 5.9/10.

Until Next time, MTFBWY! -B-


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