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Halfway through the Star Wars prequels I knew our relationship was coming to an end. We were different people who wanted different things. It felt like a bad decision at the time, and it still does now.
I felt cheated, betrayed. Too much baggage, too much water under the bridge, too many consequences. Ad — content continues below. Then, this script appeared on the internet.
I wanted to look at what I could have won. And I did; and then I went to look at what we actually got. What a shame. Firstly, let me say this.
Also, in City Of The Gods, the whole alien thing is a slow reveal, not explicit from the start. This script is far more subtle in many ways. Here our hero is our hero — the lone, grouchy old wolf we know and love — but with a real sense that his best days are behind him. Now, this is a very good thing. Get the best of Den of Geek delivered right to your inbox! Here, happiness between the two is not sealed until a twist that ends the second act.
I could go on forever about the subtle differences in tone and content here. What you need to know is that it offered far more for the characters to chew on, and — most importantly — a real ending to the adventures of Indy. From the start of City of the Gods , there is sense that this is the end, whether Indy lives or dies. What Kingdom of the Crystal Skull does in contrast is provide the Hollywood ending, inasmuch as it leaves a door open. City of the Gods closes the book on Indy in fine style.
Unlike the final film, it offers him a genuine choice. A real temptation in its final act, a real choice and a really rounded set of nemeses to deal with and contrast him against… It cuts to the core of why Indy picked up the hat and whip in the first place, and what would make him put them down. Here, Henry Jones Jr. This surely makes the reward all the sweeter. Poor old Padme Amidala, poor old Marion Ravenwood: they could have had it so much better.
They could have been more than just babymakers. However, if this film were a meal, City of the Gods would be like cooking the same recipe with better quality ingredients. Certainly something to chew on. Skip to main content area. Join our mailing list Get the best of Den of Geek delivered right to your inbox! The Lovebirds Review. Capone Review: Tom Hardy Misfires. Share: Share on Facebook opens in a new tab Share on Twitter opens in a new tab Share on Linkedin opens in a new tab Share on email opens in a new tab Comment: Comments count: 0.
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Halfway through the Star Wars prequels I knew our relationship was coming to an end. We were different people who wanted different things. It felt like a bad decision at the time, and it still does now. I felt cheated, betrayed. Too much baggage, too much water under the bridge, too many consequences. Ad — content continues below.