Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II (2008)
Critic Reviews for Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II
It proves there's still plenty of fun to be had mocking Lucas' intergalactic series. Let's hope there's a third instalment on its way.
You know you've made it when everyone wants to tease - and among the many mockeries, Robot Chicken Star Wars Episode II is the best.
It takes the thing we love the most and pokes inventive, irreverent fun at it.
The first Robot Chicken: Star Wars was a success, but unlike The Empire Strikes Back, this sequel doesn't improve on the original...
The voice talent on Robot Chicken is always strong, but we'd be remiss if we didn't point out that this special was greatly enhanced by the voices of Star Wars vets Carrie Fisher, Billy Dee Williams and Ahmed Best.
Audience Reviews for Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II
This sequel to the robot chicken parody of the star wars universe is still fast paced but isn't quite as funny. Its still genuinely funny enough to enjoy though which is more then I can say for other star wars parodies.
More fast paced sketches with a longer running time. I was a bit more accustomed to the humour this time, making it a bit funnier than before. Best of all is hearing the original actors pop by for a few sketches, especially Ahmed Best as JarJar and Billy Dee Williams as Lando. Getting to see Bossk do some super cool bounty hunting was a highpoint. We also see some sea dragons hoping to find more than just sand on tatooine. Vader reenacts the destruction of Alderaan using a muffin to tease Leia. You must be a Star Wars fan to get these jokes as they are even more esoteric than the Family Guy spoofs. Clever, silly, and a lot of fun.
Robot chicken was one of the most brilliant spoof shows of all time, let alone done by the comic duo Breckin Meyer, and Seth Green
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