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One of the heretofore untold stories of the Rebel Alliance's attack on the Death Star. We're in the cockpit of an x-wing fighter piloted by Stacey, code name Pink Five. An R2D2-like robot is her co-pilot. She's talkative, a bit of a ditz, and, having napped through the briefing, has no idea what's going on. "Are they, like, shooting at us or what?" Her helmet reads, "Chicks Rule," and it causes minor trauma when she realizes she has a bad case of helmet hair. A call from Hans Solo does brighten her foray in this galaxy far far away. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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A New Hope. Totally.

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Comedy | Short | Sci-Fi

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15 May 2002 (USA)  »

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WILHELM SCREAM: A ship explodes in the background and the pilot screams. See more »

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Followed by Pink Five Strikes Back (2004) See more »

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Like, may the force be with you and stuff...
22 July 2003 | by (Cleveland, OH) – See all my reviews

Oh... my... god... like, when I first saw this, I was all like "this is really cool", and I had to tell my friends and they were all "whoa", and I was all "didn't I tell you?" and they were all "this is really cool", and I was all "I told you."

Something tells me the fabled Valley of the Jedi is home to the galaxy's biggest mall, and has produced this Valley Girl X-wing pilot. This comical short re-imagines the legendary Death Star run from Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, by plopping the classic stereotypical valley girl into an X-wing and letting the fun just happen.

This short is one of the funniest I've seen, and Stokes, the director, has taken great pains to add effects that are sure to make Atomfilms contest managers to question if he used actual footage. He's done a wonderful job modelling the ships and creating the atmosphere of the original run.

The jokes are fresh and funny and you gotta feel sorry for that droid. Stokes has a winner here, no doubt.


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