Richard Ramos - Crouching Tiger, Hidden Gundam! (gaijin@i-manila.com.ph)
Mon, 12 Mar 2001 02:40:34 +0800


> Whenever they go into those monologues about this right and that
> wrong -- and in the chinese-dubbed version I was watching -- I get turned
> off totally. I can't understand how the younger generation can stay
> interested either..

You'd be surprised. qyite a lot of kids do need to have things pointed out
to them. it's not a bad thing, it's a function of upbringing.

> >True, but this problem stems from the fact that GW didn;t have enough
> >episodes for the kind of Storyline that it had.
> Well, that's bad storyboarding for you. If what you said is true,
it
> was trying to cramp too much into too little, and that hurts it more than
it
> helps.
> Pacing is important..

I wholeheartedly agree on this point. definitely bad storyboarding.

> >True. Chris is very much developed as a character, noticeable because of
> >her, well, dimensionality-- it's almost as if she is a real person, the
way
> >she reacts at times.
> =) The fact that she totally dropped off the scene is something I
> don't quite understand. She's pretty okay as a pilot, IMO, if not
downright
> good. Since she was "reassigned" IIRC, so it stands to reason that she's
> still around in 0083.. unless she voluntarily demobilized.

It's highly probable that she just retired.

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