In this animated parody crossing Star Wars with Lola rennt (Run Lola Run), Princess Leia has twenty minutes to raise 100,000 credits to save Han Solo from being frozen in carbonite.

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Rachel Chadderdon ...
Princess Leia Organa (voice) (as Rachel J. Chadderdon)
Will Butler ...
Han Solo (voice) (as Will Abe Butler)
Ben Fletcher ...
Darth Vader (voice)
Darren Scales ...
Steve Gensler ...
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Bail Organa (voice)
Byron Tsang ...
Qui-Gon Jinn / Jawa (voice)
Kent Sanderson ...
Eric Martin ...
Elizabeth Ascot ...
Padmé Amidala (voice)
Daniel Viney ...
See-Threepio (voice)
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In this animated parody crossing Star Wars with Lola rennt (Run Lola Run), Princess Leia has twenty minutes to raise 100,000 credits to save Han Solo from being frozen in carbonite.

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There'll be no escape for the Princess this time...


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22 January 2003 (USA)  »

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$200 (estimated)
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Darth Vader: You underestimate the power of the dark side of spoofing subtitles of German dialogue.
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I don't get it
25 March 2008 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

I guess there's a reasonable chance I'd have understood this if I had watched Lola rennt or knew anything more of it than the basic plot. As it is, I found this to be one of the weirdest things I've ever watched. I did still enjoy portions of it, Bertocci's humor seldom disappoints me. This is a parody of said German film, as well as the five Star Wars movies that had been released at this point, but mainly Episode V. I wouldn't suggest viewing this without having first watched said Episodes, and, if my case is anything to go by(or at least stand by, if your legs are tired, heck, in fact, have a seat), that should probably include first-mentioned Tom Tykwer piece. The comedy is more or less typical Bertocci, with some added zaniness(it seems quite random at points). Some of the material is really good. The animation isn't bad, and there's reasonable detail in the graphics, in general. The sound is well-done. The voice acting is more or less spot-on. The music, I'm assuming it's like that of "Lola", personally I found it repetitive and annoying(noticeably so, for something of this length). I found the pacing to be simultaneously too fast and too slow, everything was in almost constant motion, but at the same time, I'm afraid I found myself more or less bored with this... again, I'm not ruling out the possibility that had I watched the foreign cinema release upon which this is based, I'd have been thrilled beyond belief. Editing is fine, at the least. I recommend this to fans of Bertocci, Tykwer and Star Wars. If you don't know of at least the last two(maybe the first one, too), I'm not sure how likely you are to find this all that interesting. 5/10


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