Re: Poor Uncle Owen and Aunt Beru... Oh Well!
Liam wasn't bad, but I used him as a midpoint in the deterioration of George's directing chops. You go from Dreyfuss knocking it right out of the park in 1973 to Neeson (mostly okay) then the wooden performance he coaxed out of poor Natalie in Episode III when the girl deserved better material and a chance to shine.
Remember what cooleddie74 says, kids:
"Don't forget to have a Patrick Swayze Christmas!"