"I was very disappointed when the film actually came out, because I didn't think it was very good! But it was certainly an extremely exciting thing to be a part of.
Asked if he joked about the film with Simon Pegg, whose Spaced character Tim famously hated the film, Serafinowicz added: "Yeah, sure! I think I rang him from New York and we'd only just become friends then. I said 'Simon, I'm sorry, it's really s**t'. Yeah, it was something that we bonded over.
"It was a real shame, because I think the first Star Wars film is my favourite film ever. That would be my desert island film. For me it's got everything. There's not a beat wrong in that film.
"It's a testament to the resilience of the Star Wars universe itself, that even with all the tweaks and whatever that George Lucas has done to the original film, and all the inferior prequels, that the universe still manages to be so exciting and cool and endures."
The new general seemed a bit out of character for a Jedi, who seem to hold life above everything else.
In Ambush Yoda tells the clones that they are unique and are more than just identical replica's of Jango Fett.
In Malevolence Rising Plo Koon tells the clones that in his eyes they are not meant to be expendable.
In The Zillo Beast Mace Windu threatens the leader of a people with whom the entire Republic needs a treaty, in order to save the Zillo beast, because every life holds value.
I find it hard to believe that 3 Jedi council members would approve of another Jedi using his clones as bantha fodder. Moreover the entire idea of assigning a Jedi with such a reputation to one of the Republic's finest legions seems to be a very unwise decision to say the very least.