The Best 70-minute Star Wars Review Ever!

Now if you assumed I am a Star Wars apologist with fanboy idealism that Star Wars does no would be mostly correct. However, I admit to critiques of Star Wars in technical aspects of being a movie (characters, plot, direction) and those things that detract from the Star Wars key truths (midiclorians? really?).

So when a friend of mine sent me a SEVENTY-MINUTE video review of the worst Star Wars movie "The Phantom Menace," I hesitated to even hit play while shaving. I'm glad I wasn't shaving as it is about the funniest thing I've seen in a while.

Check out part 1 here (some NSFW language):

My favorite part is at 4:15 when he talks about "getting the girl in the end"...look at the bottom right-hand corner. Hilarious! Lots more deadpan humor like that.

Here's the rest of the videos at Slashfilm. Some of them have really offensive language and situations, so be mindful. But everything else...enjoy!


Stephen Lingwood December 19, 2009 at 8:50 AM  

I think Attack of the Clones is much worse than Phantom Menace... for the same reason the video identifies, that you didn't really care about a set of characters.

Video makes some good points, though seems to get weirder as it goes on.

The whole problem with the prequels was that they were a-series-of-events-that-needed-to-happen to get to episode 4, but they didn't really add up to a story. If they had been a good story, they would have started with them in 1977.

Anyway Merry Christmas to you and the missus.

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