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Quentin Tarantino's Star Wars (2002)

This film answers the question that has plagued movie fans for years: what would "Star Wars" would have looked like if Quentin Tarantino had directed it using action figures and a Macintosh computer?

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C-3PO (voice) (archive sound)
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We're all familiar with the story: a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, on a planet called Tattooine, a boy named Luke Skywalker is adopted by the only remaining Jedi knight and helps the Rebellion destroy the Death Star after learning the ways of the force. However, what if "Pulp Fiction" director Quentin Tarantino had directed George Lucas' script, using Kenner action figures and stop computer animation? Written by Blackfield

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9 June 2002 (Canada)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Follows Godzilla Versus Disco Lando (1998) See more »

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Star Wars Theme / Cantina Band
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LAME-O
25 May 2004 | by See all my reviews

OK a dude plays with his old Star Wars action figures, tape it, put some funky music for the soundtrack and steals dialogue from the Star Wars flicks. One or two references to Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction and BAM! QUENTIN Tarantino'S STAR WARS. It sparks some interest to losers like me but it totally fails at delivering laughs or even giggles. I'm sorry but I did better animation as a child, not knowing what I was doing. And what is that crap at the end : "Made with Macintosh". Geez that guy is proud isn't he? Heck he surprised me, I never knew you could edit video with a Mac! Hot diggedy! I'll buy three! Thank you Macintosh, you made this crap-fest possible.

You know, I love parody when it's well done and subtle or even when it's trashy and in your face but this... this is half an effort. Like an hour of work, maybe two. God, why is it listed on IMDb???

AVOID!


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