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Star Wars Vader vs Kenobi Reimagined

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This is for those Star Wars fans.

FXitinPost has posted there reimagining of the classic Vader vs Kenobi clash in Episode 4 A New Hope. Its been getting tons of praise for its effort and totally puts the old movie fight scene to shame. 

This is a must Watch for those who enjoyed the movies.

Enjoy.

After seeing this, I really hope they reimagine the Luke vs Vader fight scene in Return of the Jedi.



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Thanks for sharing this. Absolutely epic.



Very nice. The original scene was pretty weak.



Chinese food for breakfast

 

I was more impressed with this reimagination:


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That's really cool, looks like one of the best interpretation of Vader's might. The best, and unmatched.



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I've seen that, OP's I mean, not Conina's, and it's really well done. Obviously it wouldn't have been possible to film it like that in 1977, but I'll just pretend it plays out like this in the actual movie.



It's how everyone remembers it in their mind until they re-watch the film. I just realised though, why does Obi Wan disappear? Lucas done a massive shit on people in that scene or what? Attempting to leave it open for Obi Wan to come back with the universe rules not set yet but went with the smiling Ben martyring himself, knowing Luke is the true heir of the prophecy or did he just later decide a Jedi's death wasn't to be a vanishing or was Obi Wan even the first to die from light saber who wasn't in a white plastic shell... I'm really kind bummed out now but alas, all things are flawed.



 

Technically well done but missing the original point. An old master meets his former student, a duel of the mind not physical strength. This is just mindless pew pew pew.



Conina said:

I was more impressed with this reimagination:


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Lol, well done and funny as hell.

numberwang said:

Technically well done but missing the original point. An old master meets his former student, a duel of the mind not physical strength. This is just mindless pew pew pew.

100% agreed. Instead of just letting the dialogue and action tell the story, they just try to make it look cool and fast-paced, like the prequels, and have to add in the overdramatic voiceovers from those films to tell the story.



Saw this a while back. It's a little over produced and doesn't fit with the rest of the scene but sometimes that's what I want. I'm really impressed with what is possible these days. We've come a long way.



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