It's the same kind of funny with super-duper Goody-Two-Shoes-heroes, who are supposed to represent the force of light and good but end up blasting up hundreds if not thousands of people (Luke Skywalker, I'm looking at you). But it's okay because they were part of the force of evul and we didn't know any of their names anyway.
Not everyone who worked aboard of the Death Star was a clone, it's very obvious in the movie. Clones only served as a military force, the executive decisions and maintenance were done by normal people.
I saw it the very year it came out :/ And yesterday I saw a review on Youtube about it, in 3 parts, so it summarized the movie quite nough to make me realize that I hate it! I prefer Middle Earth or Narnia, thanks
I personally think the first book was pretty good. I liked the first book a lot, actually. Then the second book came out, and it was slogging through, but still pretty interesting. When I got to read the third book, it got a loooot slower. I was uninterested in most of what the third book had to offer. A few good scenes I liked, and a few things I did feel upset about and had interest... but too little of those were there, and too far between. I like Eragon's brother, and I feel pity and what he's going through and what he's had to do. However, you barely ever see him. Saphira the dragon has become a bit stupid in the books, and I'm rather annoyed by that. I liked her sly comments in the earlier books. I have not read the fourth book yet. I plan to read it and own it one of these days, so I can have a complete collection, and finish the series (because I like completing things... *cough). But, I grew more uninterested as the books continued.
I liked the books when I read the first three in grade 7. I have yet to read the fourth and keep procrastinating, though, so I don't know how I'll feel about it. I still knew the movie sucked back then, though, so that's... something, I guess.
I really didn't care for the prose, or the characterization, or just about anything in the book. But I'm tired of people saying that it copied off Star Wars like that's a bad thing. Star Wars copied the fuck off Dune and nobody seems to care (either because they really like Star Wars or they haven't read Dune). And Lord of the Rings copied the fuck off of The Ring of the Nibelung, but is still considered the father of modern fantasy storytelling. Plenty of successful stories were less than original. So it seems a bit hypocritical to focus on that with Eragon. Especially when there's so many other problems to talk about.