The Late Movies: 90-Minute Critique of Star Wars Episode II
Okay, I don't think I'm going out on a limb by saying that Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones is a really bad movie. We know this. We are sad about it, but we know this to be true. So our old friend from the 70-minute critique of The Phantom Menace is back, now with a 90-minute critique/review/parody of the film. Now, I want to warn you -- these videos contain swearing and what I can only call "comedic misogyny," but I found them super-funny and also a surprisingly good review of how movies should be made -- how to structure acts, build characters, and so on.
So, if you dare, check it out....
"Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones is the worst thing ever made by a human, except for the bagpipes."
"George starts throwing the plot at us, which is basically the exact same plot as the last film."
Bright Lights, Dumb City.
A detailed discussion of what 19-year-old males look for in a mate.
Why murdering women and children is a pretty good reason not to marry a guy.
The Samuel L. Jackson connection.
George Lucas ruins the Lightsaber and the Force all in one scene.
Bigger is not always betterer. "George Lucas proves that he is the master of ruining things."
Ripping off Blade Runner and screwing up Yoda. Oh, George.
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