The Late Movies: 90-Minute Critique of Star Wars Episode II

Chris Higgins

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....

Part 1

"Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones is the worst thing ever made by a human, except for the bagpipes."

Part 2

"George starts throwing the plot at us, which is basically the exact same plot as the last film."

Part 3

Bright Lights, Dumb City.

Part 4

A detailed discussion of what 19-year-old males look for in a mate.

Part 5

Why murdering women and children is a pretty good reason not to marry a guy.

Part 6

The Samuel L. Jackson connection.

Part 7

George Lucas ruins the Lightsaber and the Force all in one scene.

Part 8

Bigger is not always betterer. "George Lucas proves that he is the master of ruining things."

Part 9

Ripping off Blade Runner and screwing up Yoda. Oh, George.

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