April 14, 2013
Frink has indeed grown indeedishly powerful, as he turns yet another Star Wars prequel into richer, creamier, higher-quality material, i.e., into comedy. The humor comes at the viewier from every which way—footage from elsewhere, gonzo subtitles, overly dramatic transitions, courtesy fast-forwarding done without the viewer's needing to lift a finger—but the audio gags (and there's a mind-boggling number of them) notably take on more epic. . . epically. . . epically highish. . . fuck it, indeedish epicnish compared to the first Ridiculous outing, as the audio transitions are massively smoover.
A strong, clear vision of what a Star Wars prequel should be. Respectful of film history, including Spinal Tap. Endlessly absurd if you play it on a loop.
Enjoyjoy: 9 rising obelisks.