And watch the spoilers, but they're LJ-cut.
How not to name your Sith Apprentice is quite good.
Among the comments, I also found a link to that review of the movie :
Which contains those gems :
Star Wars required heroic dialogue and Lucas never acquired an ear for it. It's as if someone who once heard a few passages of Shakespeare decided to write the sequel to Romeo and Juliet.
And for all those out here who criticize Hayden's acting in the SW movies, I couldn't say it better than this :
There ought to be an Oscar category for Best Acting with a Desperately Bad Script. I'd give it straight off to Hayden Christensen, because despite all he made the brooding Anakin Skywalker's a vigorous, compelling presence on the screen. And we almost never laughed at his lines, which is quite an achievement,
I think I no longer have to post a review of the movie.
Except I probably will, sooner or later.