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An assassination attempt on a senator gets her two superpowered-bodyguards, one of whom has the hots for her and whose investigation leads to a mystery that has remained shrouded for ten years.

While nowhere near as good as I.I, this is an adequate watch and certainly head and shoulders above Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones.

Definitely do not watch this until you have episode III lined up. At present, I do not know if there is a phantom edit of that. So.. I don't know if I can recommend this. Right now it's flagged as disliked, but I don't feel that I wasted my time watching it. I just feel let down by the ending.

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Ghostbusters 2 (1989) poster

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Facing hard times, The Ghostbusters are called back into action when the city's mood dips deep into anger.

Definitely not as good as Ghostbusters - (1984 movie), but an adequate film nonetheless.

  • Properly titled Ghostbusters II.



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Rebels struggle against an imperial dictatorship, searching out superheroes for aid.

  • aka Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope
  • Invents: Light sabres, the Force, Jedi, and more.

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Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace

coming later

This was edited into Star Wars Episode I.II - The Phantom Edit - (2000 movie) which is highly recommended. So highly-recommended that I recommend not watching this official 1999 release and instead watching that 2000 edit.

Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith

coming later, if I can bring myself to watch it again

  • Properly titled Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith

The fourth movie released

  • a phrase was repeated again up earlier..
  • 1:11:30 -- Those are some lame-ass Jedi. I'd begin that fight by bombing the building.
  • ~1:14:20 -- "He's too dangerous to be left alive" is repeated twice. The good guys and the bad guys saying the same phrase seems to be a theme.