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Top 10 Things the Original Star Wars Trilogy Did Wrong
on Monday, May 27, 2013
Everyone bashes the Star Wars prequels left, right, and center, but in this video, the Unusual Suspect takes a look at what the original Star Wars trilogy did wrong.
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