Doctor Octagon Posted December 31, 2015 Report Share Posted December 31, 2015 I honestly, truly believe that. They were movies made for 5 year-olds designed to sell popcorn and Pepsi, and during production of the films nobody dared question the "L. Ron Hubbard-like" George Lucas or challenge him on the terrible decisions he was making. "Mr. Plinkett" poses basic questions to make these points, like "Tell me who the main character of The Phantom Menace was", or asks people to "Describe the following Star Wars character WITHOUT saying what they look like, what kind of costume they wore, or what their profession or role in the movie was", first with Han Solo (lots of great descriptions) and then with Qui-Gon Jinn (umm..) and others. The point becomes clear. Give the first video a few mins and you'll see exactly what I mean. It's excellent. Red Letter Media's "Mr. Plinkett" has some funny and honest reviews that look at why and how this all happened. If you haven't seen them yet you should give them a watch. Even if you're not a Star Wars fan they're pretty funny. Mr. Plinkett takes the time to go through the movie and even though it's comical he makes some really good points. (nsfw) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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