The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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This fast-paced half-hour...deftly recreates Lucas' far-far-away galaxy through surprisingly good stop-motion animation.
This particular episode is pitched to anyone who grew up playing with the lesser-known Star Wars toys: the Ugnaughts, Bossks, and Dengars of the Kenner line.
The hit rate is strong, particularly when focusing on more random members of the series.
The spoof is perfection, down to obsessive details of set dressing - again, the result of Green and his fellow proud nerds...Robot Chicken: Star Wars is certain to keep that inner problem child happy.
while sketch shows inevitably offer some misses amongst their hits, everything here moves so fast and is cut so sharp that there is simply no time for longueurs. Which is more than you could say for The Phantom Menace...
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.
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.
I love all of these one liners and 5 second shorts. They make my day.
Robot Chicken is one of the most funny and creative shows ive ever watched and this star wars parody episode is a testament to it
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