MIN Star Wars
Things have gotten way too serious around here, so it's about time that we all had some fun!
Okay, things have never really been that serious around here, so it is about time that I wrote about a sci fi comedy for a change, and not about some foreign film with a fancy-pants rubber suited monster or bikini girls (?).
Many people, mostly squares, questioned why the great Mel Brooks would choose to make a parody of "Star Wars" ten years after the film was released?
The answer was simple, because he could, and because it was the last film genre (Sci Fi) left for him to lampoon.
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