Year Released: 2004
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Running Time: 10 minutes
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This comic short is a mock documentary about the “real” Darth Vader, portrayed here as a guy who played himself in the movie because he always wore the mask all the time already, and these days wanders around Los Angeles philosophizing about the life of a struggling actor. As you can see, this idea doesn’t quite work, somehow – for one thing, Darth Vader is not a real guy who lives in Los Angeles – in fact, I’ll be mercifully quick about this, nothing about “Darth Days” works, nothing at all. They did shoot a scene at Pink’s Hot Dog stand, which made my mouth water, and I got all nostalgic for my Hollywood days. They get half a star for that, and also because they understood, after all, that they’re supposed to have an idea for a movie, as a prerequisite to making one. That counts for something, as does the laudably brief running time, though even at ten minutes, this went on far, far too long…
Posted on April 16, 2004 in Reviews by Rogan Marshall
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