Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III

Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III

Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III, directed by Chris McKay, combines the satirical sensibilities of Green and Matthew Senreich's Robot Chicken with characters of the Star Wars universe.

The Emmy Award-winning Robot Chicken returns with its third send-up of the Star Wars universe! In this all-new hour-long special, four very different characters -- Emperor Palpatine, Darth ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III torrent reviews

Kong M (gb) wrote: The fluid movements, personalities and the weird smile from the characters of Momo e no Tegami really reminded me of my all-time favourite Ghibli 'Omohide Poro Poro'. However it is not on the same level. Storyline is simple and effective, but for a 2-hour-long movie it is overly filled with comical moments that sometimes did not fit well into the bigger picture and eventually I became frustrated. Also, the characters are just too plain simple...this was the same in Omohide Poro Poro but at that time it made sense with the setting as the main character (a city girl) was on temporary holiday in a village. It failed here as the main characters are permanently relocated from Tokyo to a village, but they did not behave as city folks from the start and the process of blending in seemed too immature and quick. Character development is lacking and below my expectations. In fact it seemed to me the non-human characters were more interesting though I still doubt if their portrayal is as realistic as they could have been.

Yuli P (kr) wrote: I LOVE THIS MOVIE!!! I saw City of God. It was an eye opening for me. There are many other documentaries about Favela (biggest slum area in Rio, Brazil. But Favela Rising is so uplifting. A lot of documentaries about third world country are focusing too much on violance, poverty and all the negative stuff. But this movie talked about trust, friendship, brotherhood, community and hope. It's very refreshing.

Kym c my community profile R (it) wrote: OMG Jennifer Love Hewitt & Joey Lawrence in the same movie, ...LOL too cute. (can she guest star on Melissa & joey!?!?) Joey plays her gay best friend 'Fergie' (Ferguson) who always shows up to the clubs/bars not quite dressed to the theme of the place. She's always telling him to just be himself....(she needs to follow her own advice) Jen plays Katya Livingston a cutthroat advertising exec. She's willing to do anything to climb to the top.She's so good that even when she's not pitching she still gets the deal done!~ The big event of the movie is the 'Royal Ball' given by a rival that she is trying to get the invitation to. One day she bumps into her dream guy meanwhile her friend keeps trying to hook her up with her Lawyer. They're quite handsome and even share a few things in common. However due to her social climbing personality, she may have lost the one thing that matters most. I enjoyed the movie, esp. 2 of my fave actors (esp. Joey since he's only a year or so older Its like he lived next door) It was a fun & cute comedy Tho' I don't think it merits better than a C+ but maybe close to a lowercase b...

Mike A (ru) wrote: Only becomes interesting whenever Woody is on screen, which was not enough. 'Never trust a naked bus driver' is excellent advice.

Kelly K (ca) wrote: This was awesome! It reminded me to dream big and to never give up on those dreams when they don't work out at first. Truly an inspiration.

Conner R (es) wrote: Just when you think you've seen the worst movie ever made, things like Werewolf find their way into your vhs player. This is from start to finish a complete fiasco, absolutely nothing makes sense. With a hour and a half running time listed on the box, it feels more like an eternity when you actually begin to watch this. The shots and scenes last way too long for no apparent reason, other than to fill up the running time. The soundtrack is literally a two note native American song that plays the entire movie. The sound effects are completely off que. I don't know how many foreign no name actors were in this, but they were hilarious at trying to cover up their native tongue. Worst of all though was the terrible, terrible werewolf effects. They looked like costumes you could pick up at the local toys r us and the way they moved was ridiculous.

Ashley C (ca) wrote: Anyone who doesn't love this is crazy! My favorite Christmas movie of all time

M S (ca) wrote: Sterling Hayden and Sebastian Cabot were both quite good in this old-time western, but all in all a pretty weak flick.

Gabriel C (ca) wrote: Perhaps a bit too melancholy, but What's Eating Gilbert Grape is an okay film, with Johnny Depp and Leonardo DiCaprio giving their all.