Epic Star Wars Episode I Movie Review

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On YouTube, he goes by "Red Letter Media" - a middle-aged guy named Mike from Milwaukee who is an avid Sci-Fi fan. How avid? He put together a 70 (Yes Seventy) minute review of Star Wars Episode I - the Phantom Menace. Now you're probably thinking a 70 minute movie review must be incredibly boring. Quite the contrary... Apparently this video is a "must see" in the hollywood movie community and presents a thorough indictment against George Lucas that even the most avid Star Wars fanatic probably can't argue against. Watch and learn and be wickedly entertained.

“In this opening segment I discuss the major flaw of The Phantom Menace which is the characters and the lack of connection with the audience.”

“Part two now focuses on the second biggest problem with the Phantom Menace, the story. The mystery plot lacking direction and emotional involvement was really the other big problem. No tension, no drama, no stakes. Characters aimlessly follow along the events.”

“Paaaaaart 3. Shit just got real.”

Part 4:

“Part 5 focuses on the real “Phantom Menace” which is Qui-gon Jinn. His character makes no sense as do his actions. I also focus on Anakin Skywalker and how that character sucks too.”

Part 6: “Things that don’t make sense at the ending and an analysis of light saber duels”

Part 7:




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