From Jonathan Last: “As for the prequels (’The Phantom Menace’ and ‘Attack of the Clones’)–well, I saw them in the theater–and what I saw was crap. Twenty years ago, when it came to liking ‘Star Wars,’ I wasn’t old enough to know better. And … when it comes to George Lucas’s latest films, I do know better. Sorry, George. You had me right until the end.”
The only problem is, I don't think I've ever said, or written, that. It's not in Nexis. I don't think I've ever talked about Star Wars on TV. I guess it's possible that this is from an email conversation with someone, but I doubt it, since the sentiments Apuzzo is attributing to me don't actually match what I think.
Moving on, Apuzzo says that I wrote that the re-released Episodes IV-VI "are a worthless waste of time." Again, I didn't say that and I don't think it.
Moving still onward, Apuzzo links to a piece he attributes to me, but is actually written by Matthew Continetti.
Apuzzo says that conservative film criticism is flawed because conservatives "have been too lazy or disinterested" to look at film in a serious way. One might say the same about Apuzzo.