Robot Chicken: Star Wars (2007)
Robot Chicken: Star Wars brazenly combines the satirical sensibilities of Seth Green and Matthew Senreich's Robot Chicken with the unforgettable moments and favorite characters of the Star Wars universe -- among them, its creator himself, George Lucas. Transformed into the stop-motion animated characters that are the hallmark of Adult Swim's Robot Chicken, and in conjunction with Shadow Machine Films, the Star Wars galaxy takes on an entirely different attitude.
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Audience Reviews for Robot Chicken: Star Wars
I thought Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode I was really funny. I'm glad they didn't trudge through the whole film like many other spoof versions have. The idea has been done before by British comedians Adam & Joe (if you're unfamiliar, you should check them out) but not as accomplished. The animation is meant to be crude but I actually found it to be quite impressive but most importantly, it is very funny. Certainly not the Family Guy rip off that I was expecting.
This is a fantastic parody of the Star Wars films. Possibly the best. Robot Chicken is very fast paced but is witty at the same time. There is never a boring moment in this funny film for fanboys. The animation is amazing and overall its better than the Family Guy parodies.More
I've never seen Robot Chicken, but it seems like a fast paced sketch comedy. They certainly go for quantity over quality, which probably works in its favor. The jokes are short and sweet, as is this this Star Wars special. I really liked action figure animation, which easily recreated the Star Wars world. There are some fantastic moments here, such as Jarjar and Vader meeting up, the Imperial officers pretending to die, and a janitor that always works on the bottom floor. Quick chuckles rather than belly laughs, it works due to its love of Star Wars, meaning the fun it pokes is always spot on but never cruel. A nice little watch.More
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