Mr. Plinkett (a.k.a. "The Phantom Reviewer") brutally dissects Revenge of the Sith

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Mr. Plinkett, the weird old codger famed for his hilariously harsh reviews of the Star Wars prequels, has finally reviewed Revenge of the Sith. He's not totally annoyed with it. After all, it doesn't star baby Han Solo.

For those readers unfamiliar with Plinkett's 50% rambling-50% incisive style of critiquing, here are his vivisections of The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones, Avatar, and Star Trek (2009).

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ManchuCandidate
ManchuCandidate

Aside from cat rape (not in favor of it), I agree with many of his points.

To be honest, I watched the entire thing (hey, it's New Years and I'd rather not watch football) and it was more entertaining than the movie.

Lucas wanted his stories to rhyme? How about a limerick?

Any film with Count Dooku

Is loaded with SFX hoodoo

But so lacking emotions

and social conventions

So it just ends up a big pile of pooh pooh