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Attack Force (2006)
Quite Possibly One of the Worst Movies I've Ever Seen -Possible Spoilers-
This movie is absolutely horrid. I can't believe Seagal signed on for it and actually helped write it. First of all, the plot makes absolutely no sense. The movie was rushed so much that by the time I had the slightest idea of what CTX was and who was on who's side, the end credits were rolling. I also couldn't tell if I was watching a sci-fi, horror, or action movie. Next, the acting was horrid, which isn't that much of a surprise in this type of movie, but it was really, really bad. Not to mention the fact that half the time when Seagal was speaking it wasn't even his actual voice. The filmmakers apparently put no effort into finding someone who sounded at least somewhat like Seagal. Also, half the time the audio was out of sync with the actors' mouths. Finally, the fight scenes. Normally, these save a Seagal movie, but the one's in this movie are absolutely horrible. They move so fast that you can't see anything until the fight is done or the director decides to do a cheap slow-motion shot. I am sorry to say that Seagal should retire if this is the sort of film he'll be making from now on. If he wants to save his career, he needs to go back to make movies like he did in his Under Siege days. Those, at least, have decent fight scenes.
The Best Star Wars Film
This movie is outstanding. It is by far the most well-acted movie of the prequels. It is also the darkest and most emotional movie of the saga. Featuring 5 lightsaber battles, it is definitely the most action-packed of the movies. From the opening scene with the space battle on Coruscant to the closing scene with the sunset on Tatooine, the movie never loses the attention of the viewer. Sir Ian McDiarmid (Chancellor Palpatine) did an AMAZING job with his acting, as did Ewan McGregor (Obi-Wan Kenobi). The end duels were brilliantly choreographed and the longest in cinematic history. The best part: No Jar-Jar Binks. Well done George Lucas. And thank you for nearly 30 years of cinematic history.