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This is a rather novel budget parody of Star Wars, with an appropriately low-quality of acting throughout. While you wont find anything that resembles 'hard-core' within this film, it's certainly good for a laugh.

However, my Uncle Bruce recently showed me an alternative DVD parody, which was perhaps even better. Featuring such ingenious renamings as "Jabber 'The Bùtt'", "Luke Skywànker", "Chew-back-door", "'Hands' Solo" (captain of the "Millennium Phallic-come") and "The Botty Hunter" (as well as cross-dressers "TV-PO" and "Queen Lay-er") all of the most popular characters are loosely adapted. Over the course of the film, a healthy selection of the most noteworthy scenes from the initial trilogy receive the most affectionate of recreations. One of my favourites is the rather liberally fashioned tribute to the "Return of the Jedi" scene in which the wicked Emperor gets his final comeuppance at the hands of Darth Vader (just don't expect to find this particular display of homage on all versions- it was omitted from the soft-core edit as a matter of legal necessity). Admittedly the special effects aren't quite as lavish as those that can be found within the digitally remastered version of Lucas' films, but it's still a joy to witness just what can be produced on a shoestring budget. The reconstruction of the legendary scene in which "Obi 'The Wang' Kenobi" and "D'arth Invader" (his forename spelled phonetically- as if being pronounced through the character's heavy lisp- or should I say 'lithhhp'?) enter into mortal combat is possibly their finest achievement of all. Who could have guessed that the performers might succeed in executing such a profoundly faithful reenactment of the light-sabre duel- aided by nothing more than a UV lamp and a couple of tubs of fluorescent paint (as well as, one suspects, a rather skilled fluffer)?

Anyhow, if you're hoping to find a copy of this particular version, I believe that it was called "Chocolate Star-fish Wars".
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on 19 June 2012
nice little dvd set, nothing harsh or hard core but plenty to see if you know what I mean and the girls are pretty enough
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on 25 June 2015
As the title says good if you have a feet fetish as a few shots you see a woman on her knees sucking big boobs or licking pu$$y showing close up shots of Her SOLES. Only someone who likes feet like me would understand...
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on 10 February 2006
After four of my friends, including Dom who reviews porn films for a living, asked me especially for this, for christmas i had to see what the fuss was about, so i asked my girlfriend for it, she out of my amazement bought it for me .
This was the first porn film i have owned so i am no expert but the costumes look pretty good, even though there not on for long and the cheesy links to the star wars films are funny, the Ladies featured are attractive and it has been given a lot of good reviews according to Dom.
The DVD has no special features, but all of my friends say it is a very good title and i agree even though i am no expert, do you really need to be with porn.
if your looking for a present for a mate as a laugh have a go, its funny and because it has the star wars theme it will get a few laughs.
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