Ryan Wieber and Micheal "Dorkman" Scott return to try and prove who is better at the light saber. The pair battle again and once more the pair appear equal. They fight each other through ...
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Ryan Wieber and Micheal "Dorkman" Scott return to try and prove who is better at the light saber. The pair battle again and once more the pair appear equal. They fight each other through various obstacles and at one point both disarm each other, briefly contemplating fist fighting each other to decide, but choose against it and reclaim their lightsabers. After a long battle, Dorkman exposes his arm and Ryan cuts it off, and slashes Dorkman's leg, causing him to fall. Dorkman attempts to use the force to regain his lightsaber from his severed hand, but Ryan stops this and cuts it in two. Detemined to make Dorkman suffer, Ryan plunges his saber into Dorkman's shoulder; however as the hilt gets nearer to Dorkman, he takes his chance. Dorkman kicks Ryan back and the lightsaber falls by him. With the last ounce of his strength, Dorkman takes the lightsaber and throws it at Ryan, cutting him in two. Dorkman gets up and begins to limp away, turning back to kick Ryan's body.
... This deserves a 9 out of 10 seen as an amateur/amateurish project. I completely agree with other posts that this short at times surpasses the best fights in STAR WARS (all of them). As with part one it has an inventiveness and a wry sense of humor, which makes it worth watching, and I don't mean that in the "It's fun because they did the best they could" way. It really IS entertaining.
The plot is... well non-existent, and plot wise a duplicate of the first one. Two characters fight to the death with light sabers. What this brings is not only a compact STAR WARS action sequence, but also the hope for a future generation of sci-fi geeks: Anything is possible.
Keep going you guys! This video is viewable from YOUTUBE - where it has been posted by the producers.
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