Nah, you guys got it all wrong. There are really two ways to look at TPM. First, look at it like a decent night of television. Say, Wednesday nights on NBC. First you got "Ed," which is alright. Occasionally funny, kinda goofy, interupted by occasional bursts of burn-out-my-eyes-to-stop-the-pain stupid commercials. Then "West Wing" -- very good, interspersed with a few more "please stop insulting my intelligence, you corporate whores!" commercials. Then the classic: "Law and Order." Also interupted by stupid commercials. So, yeah, it was interupted by a few short bursts of stupidity that you coulda lived without, but the rest of it was a solid evening of entertainment. Nothing blow-your-mind great -- not like a threesome with the two hot cheerleaders of your choice -- but pretty good anyway. The other way to look at it is like this: If we hadn't seen the previous three flicks, we all would've wet our pants with joy and swore on a stack of Starlogs that it was the greatest movie we'd ever seen, a modern sci-fi masterpiece. Although we still woulda hated Jar-Jar. As for AOTC, I figure less Jar-Jar, more fighting, and Christopher Lee equals a freaking good time.