C-3PO may be smart, risk averse and more than a little timid, but he sure does find himself in trouble more often than not throughout the Star Wars saga. His personality makes him unique when compared to the rest of the franchise's cast, which consists of mystical monks, soldiers and hotshots.

In fact, C-3PO isn't all that different from the protagonist in a Woody Allen movie. Both are intellectual, self doubting and prone to monologues, which is exactly why Vulture has mashed Star Wars and Woody Allen together for brilliant effect.

The site has taken the opening of Allen's classic film Manhattan and given it a Star Wars spin. Instead of Allen monologuing about Manhattan and the people who call it home, C-3PO's voice can be heard over black and white shots of Tatooine. All of C-3PO's classic lines are here, as the golden droid finds himself in one depressing situation after another.

It's all to celebrate C-3PO actor Anthony Daniels' upcoming return as everybody's favorite protocol droid (whatever that is) in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. No doubt C-3PO will once again be less than thrilled about following his robot pal R2D2 into peril in the new movie. Maybe we'll learn more about that fancy new red arm of his too.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens is in theaters on Dec. 18.

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