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Jedi Junkies (2010)

PG-13 | | Documentary | 19 May 2010 (USA)
A film about the world's most dedicated Star Wars fans. From lightsaber wielding martial arts academies to a filmmaker who built the world's only life-size Millennium Falcon, from a Monster... See full summary »

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Mark Edlitz

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Mark Edlitz
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Credited cast:
Jay Shrivastava Jay Shrivastava ... Himself
Ray Park ... Himself
Peter Mayhew ... Himself
Jeremy Bulloch ... Himself
Linda Papadopoulos Linda Papadopoulos ... Herself
Eduardo Sánchez Eduardo Sánchez ... Himself
Flynn Flynn ... Himself
Dennis Ward Dennis Ward ... Himself
Clive Young Clive Young ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
D.M. Atlas D.M. Atlas ... Himself
Rod Barnes Rod Barnes ... Sith Enforcer / Exec Producer, Star Wars: Tremors of the Force
Amy Brown ... Kitty Brown
Vince Collura Vince Collura ... Himself
Cameron DeVictor ... Himself
Candy Keane Candy Keane ... Herself
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A film about the world's most dedicated Star Wars fans. From lightsaber wielding martial arts academies to a filmmaker who built the world's only life-size Millennium Falcon, from a Monster Garage-esque sculptor whose professional livelihood is building custom lightsabers to metal-bikini wearing dancers who embody Slave Leia, the film offers viewers a rare glimpse into rabid fans' personal and professional self expression that borders on obsession. Written by Anonymous

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USA

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English

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19 May 2010 (USA) See more »

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Atlanta, Georgia, USA See more »

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Tuesday Night Movies Inc. See more »
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The Farce is Strong
29 November 2015 | by xnintendollx-993-590159See all my reviews

This "documentary" is scary, not in a good way. It's like this, say you're a big fan of something in the high school days and that incessantly annoying kid in class starts wearing the t-shirts, asking you repetitive questions about the thing, blurting out lines randomly, etc. When things are obvious, and you know that he/she is just doing it to try to be your friend or for an even deeper/darker motivation that makes you cringe. So, yeah, this "documentary" is kind of like that. You feel like abandoning the love you have for the thing because you can't escape the weirdos ruining it for you. It is a sad thing. It's not the embodiment of "the force" but "the farce".This program also displays a few of those types of individuals who you know just buy a ton of whatever they are a "fan of" just to show it all in excess later. It's like those kids who shove everything "geek" they own under-the-sun into one corner of their rooms just to use it as a backdrop for a YouTube video. Somebody should make a parody of it, yet it already is one. Create a parody of a parody then. Jedi Junkies is lazy and weird. Plus it has Olivia M. in it saying something that does not make sense that does not help the piece backtrack out of anything that made you cringe at previously. For the folks out there who are fans of bad movies and lazy weirdness, go for it. I rated this piece a 2 out of 10 because I liked seeing some of the different retro Star Wars toys, but I dislike Ed Sanchez for various reasons.


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