After the battle on Endor, the Rebels are retold the story of Episode I and Episode II through the vantage point of C-3PO. A shadowy figure is also listening and steals a ship. ....and R2-...
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After the battle on Endor, the Rebels are retold the story of Episode I and Episode II through the vantage point of C-3PO. A shadowy figure is also listening and steals a ship. ....and R2-D2. C-3PO and Admiral Ackbar set out to rescue R2.Written by
Some very witty observations on the Star Wars films
I've heard that there are better "LEGO Star Wars" shows, but at the time of writing this review I haven't seen any others. What I saw I liked, and I'll certainly watch the other LEGO shows now that I've seen this. It's a joy to hear Anthony Daniels reprise his role as C-3PO for such a modest production, and the voice acting is consistently well-timed, which is important when trying to make people laugh. Some of the jokes, especially in the final episodes, were a little too childish to be appreciated by older viewers. Many of them, though, were very witty observations which often poked fun at the not-quite-praised aspects of the films. Die-hard fans tend to take things a little seriously; you wouldn't believe the number of vitriolic arguments I've read over "Star Wars"! It's good to reflect on the sillier side of things, and "Droid Tales" offers a very good opportunity to do so.
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