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originally posted by: Puppylove
Whoever it is that played Fen...
...versus pretty much any actor from the old days. Since he has black skin I'll stick with black skinned actors. Will Smith, Morgan Freeman, Samuel L. Jackson, Eddie Murphy, Danny Glover, I can go on even though I despise doing comparisons along the lines of color, as it gives some authenticity to the concept of race, but that's neither here nor there.
Even the most comedic and silly of these actors can also do serious well when they want to, as well as handle comedy when appropriate. They have a wide range of skills. Meanwhile we got in using star wars Fen's actor. At no point did his emotions feel real or authentic, he felt out of place. Then again is possibly it's just a poorly written movie and it's the writers fault for making the character feel unbelievable.
I mean they did a horrible job with Han Solo, which was disappointing. Ford how could you let them do this to Han?
The main issue I have in giving examples is I'm notoriously bad with actor and actress names, as well as having a mind that draws a black when put on the spot. Only reason Fen sticks in my mind is he's the most recent actor that I've seen in a movie that set off this feeling.
originally posted by: AugustusMasonicus
originally posted by: svetlana84
Star Wars already sucked back then. Trekkie here...
Cause Star Trek: The Motion Picture was the Citizen Kane of outer space.