'Star Wars,' Nothing but 'Star Wars'
In a short movie parody of Star Wars, vegetables and other organic foods play out the intergalactic saga.
The M&M chocolate candies reenact the Star Wars saga in a parody TV commercial used to promote M&Ms moving over to the dark chocolate side and Revenge of the Sith.
The home video that rocked an Internet.
From your About Guide, in "Remote Uncontrol," a story about moving to the country, Mike encounters Jar Jar Binks.
Short comedy films spoofing the sci-fi series may be viewed online.
Wish I could show this comedy short to you, but it's currently unavailable for online viewing. You can buy a copy, though. Click through for price comparisons on home video purchases.
Play nice, lads.
First Jar Jar, and now an intergalactic purple Jedi dinosaur!
A Chinese bootleg DVD of "Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith" reveals some hilarious and inappropriate subtitles. See this gallery of screenshots.
An ambitious musical parody Webtoon. The soundtrack is also available as an MP3.
An animated Web cartoon series "where no caveman has gone before." The Flintstones meet classic "Star Trek" characters in these spoofs -- and "Star Wars" figures into the episode "Marooned on Tatooine."
Comedian Steve Oedekerk's Thumbs.com site presents live-action movie spoofs starring opposable actors. About "Star Wars," see a trailer for "Thumb Wars" and storyboards from the film.
See his music video parody for "Star Wars: The Phantom Menace."
A comparison of "The Simpsons" and "Star Wars," from About Animated TV.
If you're still hungry after looking at our three pages of "Star Wars" links, About Sci-Fi/Fantasy Guide Julia Houston has an impressive list of sites spoofing the film series.
Gruesome humor at this charmer, claiming to be "the only site on the Internet devoted to all the hands that get chopped off in the 'Star Wars' saga." Ordinarily, I'd give it two thumbs, but I ain't saying nothing.
A major repository of humorous "Star Wars" news, funny pictures, and other spoofs. Don't miss the Parody Poster Gallery, and the fan-submitted Top 10 Lists and photo captionings.
The usual bunch of idiots at "MAD Magazine" uncovered the director's notes and doodles made during the filming of "Attack of the Clones."
"Star Wars" pictures humor, featuring silly captions on stills from all the films in the series. Other fun includes a Sith Curses generator.
Darthy gets choked up recalling the good ol' days in this animated Web cartoon from Camp Chaos and What Is Deep Fried. Strong language.
This amusing questionnaire by Lawrie Malen reveals which "Star Wars" character you most resemble.
Short fan-films, including comedies with titles like: "American Jedi," "Glengarry Glen Darth," "Chewie's Star Wars Holiday Special," and "My Name Is Darth Vader."
Serious pictures from "Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones" have been satirized by the humor magazine with the addition of funny captions, launched in two parts.
The parody magazine offers brief excerpts from their special edition highlighting the series with new humor and reissued material.
In the traditions of Woody Allen's "What's Up, Tiger Lily?" and "MST3K," this ambitious parody strips the soundtrack from the original "Star Wars" film, replacing it with ludicrous dialogue and plotting. See the "new" version in nine parts.
"The Daily Probe" has the scoop on Curly Fett, Jibba Jabba the Hutt, Rar-Rar Rinks, Darth Brooks, and others.
Dozens of short spoof winners and finalists are on view at AtomFilms, including "Stargeeks," "Jar Jar's Walking Papers," "SW Project," and "Darth Vader's Psychic Hotline."
Also known as "The Making of: 'Attack of the Clones!'" This animated Webtoon will be entertaining to schlock film lovers familiar with the life and work of Edward D. Wood, Jr. Nice job from Camp Chaos. Need Flash?
"The Zodiac Strikes Back," says Ophira.com. What's your sign? I'm a Lando with my "head in the clouds" (and malt liquor in my gut).
Several hundred "mistakes" are described and frequently accompanied by screen captures from the films to illustrate.
Besides the unintentionally funny "Star Wars Holiday Special" listed below, the characters made TV guest appearances in the unlikeliest places: "The Donny and Marie Show" with Paul Lynde, "Sesame Street," and a Bob Hope Christmas special with the Muppets. Photos and transcripts capture the humor/horror. Extra grins: screen tests of Kurt Russell, Cindy Williams, Robby Benson, and others.
From the Web site: "It is a period of stylistic banality. The rebellion is looking dowdy and the evil Galactic Empire has grown too fond of industrial finishes. Dull grey is the 'in' color. A design task force, called the Aesthetic Avengers, is assembled under the direction of JustinSpace and dispatched to make-over a galaxy far, far away..."
Edivu is another source of current events being twisted into "SW" themes. Here are a few sketches you may not have seen elsewhere from major cartoonists.
Dozens of top editorial cartoonists used "Star Wars" themes during the frenzy surrounding the opening of this film. A collection by Pro Cartoonists Index.
This infamous 1978 musical-variety Christmas season show featured the original movie's cast with guests Bea Arthur, Harvey Korman, Art Carney, and Jefferson Starship. Planet Tokyo presents a blow-by-blow review and enough schlocky screen captures to keep you awake nights.
Hypothetical battles between "Star Wars" characters and outsiders are proposed and dissected with humorous results. Enjoy fights like Solo vs. Kirk, Anakin Skywalver vs. Harry Potter, Ewoks vs. Gremlins, and John McClane vs. The Death Star.
Han and Leia's Family Album, Alternative Casting photographs, plus another collection of magazine and newspaper cartoons, from BlueHarvest.net.
A spoof movie trailer of "Star Wars" meets "The Matrix" is on view at IFILM. (If you experience technical problems, try the other speed choice.)
Mammoth fan site BlueHarvest.net sticks dozens of humorous .WAV and .MP3 sound bites and audio spoofs in your ears. This page of treats includes Bill Murray's "Saturday Night Live" rendition of "Star Wars," "Yoda Having Sex," "Shakespearian 'Star Wars,'" Christmas special clips, song parodies, French version samples, plus Johnny Carson and Bob Hope impersonators' monologues.
If you thought substituting the word "pants" into these movies' dialogue was funny, bend over.
Learn how George Lucas is repackaging the "Star Wars," "SW2 Electric Boogaloo," & "Jedi" trilogy again, and details on the upcoming prequel, "Here Come the Jedis!" From Doug Anderson.
Many fans bristled when the "Attack of the Clones" title was announced. Thanks to this random generator toy by The Brunching Shuttlecocks, you can create a galaxy of substitutions or name the next chapter. How about "The Teenage Astonishing Wookiees From Outer Space"?
At the beginning of each "Star Wars" movie, ever wonder where those words flying through space are headed? This quickie animation from Killfrog has the answer.
A clip of the classic confrontation of Triumph the Insult Comic Dog and "Star Wars" nerds waiting in line to see "Attack of the Clones." From IFILM and "Late Night With Conan O'Brien." A longer, uncut clip may still be available to watch at Milk and Cookies.
More than 320 errors, usually continuity-related, are documented from the series, thanks to Blooperman. Amusing reading for die hard fans.