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Sith Apprentice (2005)

A parody of the NBC hit reality show The Apprentice, set in the Star Wars universe. Emperor Palpatine needs a new apprentice to further his goals of galactic domination, and has turned to ... See full summary »

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Robert Alley ...
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Kristen Caron ...
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Heather Harris ...
The FemTrooper
John E. Hudgens ...
Darth Vader (voice)
Denny Humbard ...
The Reluctant Jedi
John Mailen ...
Jar Jar Binks (voice)
Sarah Mailen ...
Emperor's Advisor #1
Jeff McClure ...
Emperor's Advisor #2
Ziggy McMillan ...
Darth Maul (voice)
Tom Ott ...
Imperial Admiral
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A parody of the NBC hit reality show The Apprentice, set in the Star Wars universe. Emperor Palpatine needs a new apprentice to further his goals of galactic domination, and has turned to reality television to fill the post. The final contestants are Count Dooku, Jar Jar Binks, Darth Maul, and Darth Vader... Who will be the new SITH APPRENTICE? Written by The Director

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Darth Maul: At last I will reveal my true talents to the Jedi. At last I will have revenge.
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Great Fan Film!!!!
28 July 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Sith Apprentice" is one of the greatest Star Wars fan films I have seen. I have long been a fan of Z Team Productions and their other fan films, such as "Darth Vader's Psychic Hotline." However this one is far and above my favorite. Not only do the costumes and digital effects impress for a fan film, but the physical actions of the actors help to convey the humor further. Filled with many pop culture references, some of which I did not catch until a second or third viewing, this film will appeal to Star Wars fans of any caliber, and probably to many non-fans as well. Also, the acting is excellent and really adds to the overall effect of the movie. In particular, new comer Patrick McCray does an excellent job as the notorious Count Dooku. This film deserves any award for which it is nominated, and was an extremely worthy choice as fan favorite for 2005. 10 out of 10 stars seems almost inappropriate so lets crank it up to 11. 11 out of 10 stars.


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