Lil' Siskel here spent the last three days screening Star Wars Episode IV and has a few observations to share with us. Overall, it's an "exciting" movie, but she advises — "don't talk back to Darth Vader, he'll get ya!" I've never seen the film, but any flick that has a character "do his little light up sword to try to block the little pokey ball" sounds like something worth watching.
A nice, loving relationship is a hard thing to come by these days— unlike a Darth Vader mask and a toy light saber, which seem to be one husband's (un-cute) way of saying "I heart you." This is why they include "for better or for worse" in those vows. Marry a geek, suffer the consequences.
The unmasking of Darth Vader was an epic moment in the "Star Wars" saga, but the movie didn't quite get it right. Unbeknownst to us all, big bad Vader had a secret hobby up his
sleeve cloak and he'd be damned if this father/son bonding time didn't allow him a moment to showcase it. Woot. Woot.
Who knew that Dark Lord of the Sith had a freakin' great sense of humor? Here, he foils a minion's attempts to deliver a simple message.
When Jedis aren't fighting in distant corners of different galaxies, they're hard at work in stuffy little cubicles, like everyone else. With Darth Vader playing the big boss, R2-D2 as the uncooperative printer, and C-3PO as the inappropriate office pervert, this is some kind of everyday sci-fi funny-- whatever that means.
Oh, the indignities of being the younger brother of Darth Vader and working as a grocery store day-shift manager. This doesn't keep Chad Vader from asking to be called "Lord" and pulling out his light sabre. You think your manager is annoying...