Seriously. This guy fixes The Phantom Menace. In less than 10 minutes -- and with shockingly few changes -- this guy has made Phantom Menace not just infinitely less bad, but... good. Like, I would like to watch the movie he describes, and yet it's still recognizably The Phantom Menace. It's astounding. Now, when it starts, you're going to think he's just stealing Plinkett's criticism of Episode 1, but he very quickly moves from criticism to solutions, and explains the benefits of each change. Just... just watch it, and weep for what could so easily have been. Thanks to Tyler D. for the tip.