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Phineas and Ferb: Star Wars
Phineas and Ferb travel to a galaxy far far away to help out some rebel heroes.
|Studio :||Disney Channel,|
|Crew :||Creator, Creator,|
|Cast :||Dee Bradley Baker Thomas Brodie-Sangster April Winchell Ashley Tisdale Caroline Rhea|
|Genre :||Animation Action Comedy Science Fiction Family|
This is an astonishing documentary that will wring your heart while it bends your mind
The movie runs out of plot and jokes well before the end of a two-hour running time, long for a light comedy.
This film is so real. It treats its characters with so much care and sensitivity.
One of the worst ways to make a cult movie is to set out to make a cult movie.
While it turned out better that it has any right to, it should had never been done in the first place. A highligth for Phineas and Ferb, but an infamous moment for Star Wars. It's almost as akward as cross-overing with Jesus from the Bible Shared Universe.From reading here Dee Bradley Baker, who is the clones in The Clone Wars animated series voices someone, and Simon Pegg and other person did ended as minor roles on The Force Awakens, so at least there's a miniscule redeeming nerd factor.However, had they at least got Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, or Anthony Daniels from the s parodied flm involved, then the special at least would have at least some nerd factor, and the official blessing from the cast, that would have prevented this from feeling like an insulting devaluation of the Star Wars franchise.Had they dressed the characters as Star Wars characters, and reenacted the film ould have been less insulting. The Phineas and Ferb characters, are not iconic enough to deserve to meet Luke Skywalker. And them meeting despite not deserving it is what feels insulting.Also why does Ferb becomes part of Maul's species when evil?
I don't know the legal parameters for retelling of stories, but with Disney's acquiring of Lucasfilm in 2012, I was assuming Phineas and Ferb would be something special -- and we weren't disappointed. Grandparents now, we were in our teens when Star Wars IV first appeared. We have watched and enjoyed all the movies over the years. We have also enjoyed Phineas & Ferb with our family, and even by ourselves.This story focuses on all the favourite characters existing in the 'Star Wars' universe. Candace is with the Empire, as a good-guy, and 'Darthenshmirtz' is with the Empire, as a bad-guy, and the boys are on Tatooine happy going no where else. Isabella trades in her ribbon for goggles and Agent 'P' continues to save the day.Your Star Wars memories are threaded into this storyline in a very clever and funny way. All adults will enjoy this production and your young members will love the story style and the music they expect from each episode. Well done Disney.
Disney and Lucasfilm join forces to bring kiddies and their young-at-heart parents "Phineas and Ferb Star Wars." It marks the Mouse House's first real stab at lampooning and honoring George Lucas's space opera since the company bought the Galaxy Far, Far Away. I'm not counting Mickey and Donald donning Jedi shrouds and stormtrooper armor at Disneyland.Phineas and Ferb are joyfully relaxing in the glow of Tatooine's twin suns a couple of summers ago in a galaxy far, far away. The two boys and Agent P are suddenly thrust into the middle of a galactic rebellion when the plans for the Death Star fall into their hands. Can they overcome the forces of evil and Stromtrooper Candace? Will Agent P prevent Darthenshmirtz from using his Force-powered "Sith-Inator?" "Phineas and Ferb Star Wars" runs parallel to "Episode IV: A New Hope." While Phineas and Ferb are embarking on their adventures, they cross paths with Luke, Leia, Han, and Chewbacca as they race to escape the Death Star and bring the hidden plans of the space station to the Rebels. It's funny to see how their actions inadvertently affect what goes on in the original 1977 movie.It's also entertaining to see the characters, planets, and starships realized in the animated style of "Phineas and Ferb." Other familiar faces from the "Star Wars" saga turn up as well. Ferb adapts Darth Maul's look when he turns to the Dark Side. Jabba the Hutt and his motley crew of creatures show up as well.Although it's rated G, "Phineas and Ferb Star Wars" does contain some jokes only parents will get. A couple of them I found unnecessary, but children won't understand them. However, older teens might grasp the double-entendres."Phineas and Ferb Star Wars" is a successful mashup between the two Disney worlds. I'm sure we'll be seeing many more such crossovers very soon. I welcome them all if they're crafted as well as this one.
When Disney bought Star Wars, people were totally against this. And when this crossover was announced, the hating towards Phineas and Ferb (especially in Latin America, where it is one of the most hated series ever, unlike USA and the English-speaking countries where the show is a hit) increased a lot. But I knew this was gonna be good, and totally better than Mission Marvel.And you know what? I was right.The episode is awesome. Not kidding. The story takes place during the events of "A New Hope", and unlike the usual parody in which the main characters act as Luke, Leia and the rest, in this one nobody replace the main members of the cast. Also, most of the actions that Phineas and Ferb do have their consequences in the original story.The Star Wars characters don't appear too much, and when they do, they make really funny scenes.But the most interesting thing is the humor. It was very adult, even dark I would say, for a Disney show. Many people consider Phineas and Ferb as a kids show, and they're totally wrong. And although the adult humor is in a lot of episodes... here it was taken to a superior level. Phrases like "Darth Vader can kiss my bantha", seeing Isabella blasting at Vanessa and Candace, or Darth Vader actually killing someone by hanging him with the force are things that don't appear that much in actual Disney.The songs are really nice, and for the "Phinbella" shippers, there is also a little fan-service scene at the end that they will love.This one is possibly the best Star Wars parody. I'm in love with the Family Guy: Star Wars episodes, but Phineas and Ferb: Star Wars is at the same level of awesomeness. Watch it. You would enjoy it until the end.