Star Wars: Old Wounds

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-Based on "Old Wounds", by Aaron McBride.

-Owen Lars and 3 year old Luke Skywalker are watching a marvelous sunset when suddenly a strange visitor arrives looking for someone... or something... revenge?.. why?.. from who?.. Find out why someone who tries to protect a future leader of the rebellion may turn into a real threat.



Its was great!!!!!

I loved it im a huge star war's fan an it was great but alittle more action or use of the force!!!!!!!

another good movie

it's a great movie, but I've already knew what will happen at the end.


Wow... Is that how it actually happened. I mean did Darth Maul get killed with a blaster shot to the head. I heard he came back with metal legs and stuff but I considered that a lie until I saw this video. I gave humor a 3 because you should the fate of many of the characters (That winged trader hahahah.) and how Darth Maul was ''there in the backround.'' It was awsome to think he even saw Darth Vader on Mustafar! Man that was an awsome flash movie... Although I wish you showed Darth Maul use some force powers like Dark Rage, Drain, Lighting... Grip etc. But since you didnt you made the force suttle and mystical, which is also good. You have also made the Sith look more intricate and greater... and not just mindless killing machines. Man! I love this movie... EXCELLENT!

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I don't understand everyone's fascination. Yeah, okay story, okay sound but the animation is lacking. Mostly though, it's the voice work; it's poor and sounds forced. It otally takes away from the story.

Extremely well done!

The graphics and plot for this video are amazing! The battle sequence is outstanding and the ending is great. I was on the edge of my seat! The only thing I disliked were Luke's father's lines at the end of the video, when he speaks to Obi-Won. I felt they were kinda corny and didn't mesh with the atmosphere of the video. Overall though, an outstanding production.

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4.21 / 5.00

Jun 26, 2006
2:27 PM EDT
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