Part II of my 'Death Star Trilogy,' this is a sequel to "Star Wars: Station Tribulations," set shortly after the previous installment. I recommend viewing the first installment before this one in order to enjoy the saga fully.
Star Wars: A New Deficit
Directed By: Philip Heinrich
|Genre:||Comedy, Sci-fi, Parody, Fantasy|
|Released:||February 21st, 2007|
A New Deficit is a competent addition to Smeagol's Death Star Trilogy, albeit perhaps not the most entertaining of the three. Not to say this film doesn't have its funny moments, but there are fewer jokes than in the previous entry, and, like Station Tribulations, they are better suited for those who know the Star Wars films. It seems more a straight-forward telling of economic troubles in the construction of the Death Star, although that in itself is a pretty funny concept. Overall, it's a pretty good entry to the series, not the best, but it definitely requires viewing of the previous and following films in the series to give it a broader context; I wouldn't recommend watching this on its own without the other two.