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The Qui-Gon Show (1999)

Qui-Gon Jinn (as portrayed by his Kenner action figure), arrives home from another long boring day at work ("oh, the usual, trusted my feelings, practiced my lightsaber..."). Slowly, he ... See full summary »
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Qui-Gon Jinn (as portrayed by his Kenner action figure), arrives home from another long boring day at work ("oh, the usual, trusted my feelings, practiced my lightsaber..."). Slowly, he begins to realize that his life is not what it seems. When he asks his best friend Yoda about this, he is sent on an incredible voyage... Written by Jason A. Cormier

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When Star Wars meets "The Truman Show" and "The Matrix".
5 March 2005 | by (Groningen, The Netherlands) – See all my reviews

In the beginning the movie cleverly spoofs "The Truman Show". The whole part were "The Truman Show" is being spoofed is by far the best bit of the movie. At the end it suddenly turns into an cartoon, spoofing "The Matrix". The ending doesn't really blend in with the rest of the movie and I would had liked it far better if it had just and only spoofed "The Truman Show".

Despite that the last part is not really fitting in with the rest of the movie it still is pretty funny and has some clever dialog and inside jokes.

Nothing wrong with this, just plain good old fun.

8/10

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