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Star Wars Gangsta Rap: SE

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Jun 13, 2004 | 5:28 PM EDT
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BREAKING NEWS: SWGR 2 will be officially made by me soon!!

Check out Bent TV's FIRST video production: Country Azz Folk!

*NOTE: I was ORDERED by (they pay me and has exclusive LICENSE to SWGR:SE), to remove this file from - I've no choice. So it's either linking it like this, or no SWGR:SE on NG at all - please stop bashing me for linking it outside NG, thank you for understanding.

P.S. Star Wars Gangsta Rap is NOT by Weird Al, look it up, it's that simple.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


THat was good Pretty Damn Good


Rated 5 / 5 stars

well done

This is quite simply a work of art... id like to see wierd al yankovich think of something this spectacular, its a shame to see it slipping out of the top 50


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

No words to explain it

Simply amazing i remember the whole dam song start to finish


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Simply stunning.

This is an amazing flash movie that borders on perfection. The original film was a hilarious musical take on Star Wars, even if the graphics weren't that hot. This updated version retains the charm of the original and presents it in the highest quality animation I've seen in a flash movie so far.
As I said before, the animation is simply astonishing; and is without reservation the very best I've ever seen in a flash. I think it even beats Bentrame's other work, which is saying a lot. First, the character movements are very fluid, and it's downright hilarious whenever anyone busts into "gangsta-pose." Also, the camerawork is is dynamic and entertaining , and the transitions between scenes are varied and creative. Furthermore, the faces are well-drawn, and have a great range of expressions. The scene where Luke realizes who his father is is strikingly true to its film counterpart. Also, there is a tremendous attention to authentic movie detail, from the outfits to the machines and the backgrounds. Finally, I'm amazed by the number of movie scenes crammed into this flash. It's worth watching two or three times to catch every scene reference!
And, of course, this movie retains what made the first version great - a hilarious and witty song parody of the original trilogy condensed into rap form. The song keeps a lively pace, and doesn't really have any slow or mundane parts.
On a smaller note, the movie interface is excellent, complete with all relevant info on authors, authorship, and other movie versions. I appreciate the movie toggle buttons as well.
This is top-quality work. A lot of effort must have gone into this flash, and the results are superbly entertaining. Very, very well done!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


shit dude that was da bomb!! i loved the graphics... it jus all kicked ass!!