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Gotye vs. George Lucas: 'Some Star Wars That I Used To Know' Parody Laments Movie Changes (VIDEO)

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Yes, we know that parodies of "Somebody That I Used To Know" by Gotye have gotten a little played out. But we'll make an exception when we see a really good adaptation that tackles the truly important issues, like the fact that George Lucas has messed around with the "Star Wars" movies just enough.

Criticizing changes to the old movies such as Greedo shooting first and an excess of unnecessary CGI, to the retrofitted changes the prequels introduced ("midi-cholrians," anyone?), the song takes gives a comprehensive synopsis of why George Lucas can suck it.

The video features Tyson Apostal as "Darth Gotye," Mike Loveland as George Lucas and vocals by Isreal Curtis and Ryan Richardson. The parody lyrics were written by Eddie King, Jeremy Warner and Joseph Winter. You can subscribe to their updates here, if you're into that sort of thing.

Thanks to Uproxx for highlighting this video.

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