Remember that seven-part 70-Minute Review of Phantom Menace Is The Only Prequel I'm Ever Watching Again review of Episode 1, filled with bitterness, sarcasm and hilarious venom? Well, here is the nine-part review of Star Wars: Episode 2 done in the same style.
Part 1: Part review satire, part parody, part commentary, all prequel hating vitriolic comedy. This transformative work delves into this film in detail as well as more general topics about why the prequels didn't quite "work" for most audiences. Part one is an overview about expectations and how the audience is left in the dark to fend for themselves as far as figuring out what's happening in the movie.
Part 3: Almost this entire sequence deals with the speeder chase sequence where the logic behind everything in the sequence makes absolutely no sense at all and is only there so they could have a speeder chase sequence. This is a reoccurring theme in the SW prequels.
Part 5: the things Anakin does to win the heart of Padme, other than the Force doing all the work for him. Things don't quite add up...
Part 6: In this part we're going to Jackson... Samuel L. that is LOL! We're going to discuss the most awkward, odd, and inappropriate casting choice EVAR! We must also talk about racism and marketing for a bit.
Part 8: the big, dumb, ending...
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