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JarJar Binks: The F! True Hollywood Story (2000)

 |  Comedy, Documentary, Short
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Credited cast:
Jeff Etter ...
Narrator (voice)
Daniel White ...
Mike Dawson (as Danny White)
Kim Kempfert ...
Bambi Struthers
Dave Estes ...
Zachery Taylor ...
Jack Nicholson (as Zachary Taylor)
Dudley Beene ...
French Mime
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Patrick Lowery


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3 September 2006 | by (Raleigh, North Carolina) – See all my reviews

An absolutely dead-on, fantastic spoof of an already tired E True Hollywood Story. The film is very brief so it never overplays its hand. One of the most striking aspects of the film is how well it follows the rules of E True Hollywood Story, yet it finds endless ways to poke fun at the show while still delivering on the mandatory Star Wars in-jokes and overall madcap humor. Leif Einarsson is an excellent director and his massive background in special effects make the difference in this film. Some of the highlights include the crazy French critic: "Jar Jar showed that little bitch Mickey Mouse who the real boss is." A fabulously gay Darth Maul, numerous cameos and doctored pictures, and the so-called "archival footage" is hysterical. The actor playing George Lucas was especially brilliant. All in all, one of my favorite Star Wars spoofs and definitely a must-see for ALL Star Wars fans.

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