I thought it was great. I really didn't get the feeling at all that he's burned out on this. Really, the only big difference I found was that he didn't do a live-action "storyline" like he did in some of his other reviews and he didn't hate on the movie. Therefore the analytical parts of the review where he scrutinizes things about the film and comes up with theories from a marketing perspective stood out more. But that was largely what his Avatar review was like. Plus having watched his Star Trek movie reviews and seeing how much he brings up stuff from the earlier Trek installments, it's clear he's a fan of the source material just like (or even more than) Star Wars, as he's got the kind of attention to detail you'd really only expect a fan to have.
It's for that reason that although I'd love to see him review stuff outside of Star Wars and Star Trek (or even outside of the movie medium, for that matter), I'd rather he not focus on that kinda thing unless he genuinely wanted to, as opposed to Pandering to the Base
. It's obvious these videos take a lot of time and effort to make, and I can't help but think that he really did review Dragon Ball Z, Gundam or any of the other things fake Palpatine brought up in that video, it'd come out half-hearted because he just doesn't care that much about the source material.
What I'd like to see him do (after he's done Episode 3 and has thus ran out of "obvious targets") is review the original Star Wars trilogy, which I think would come out well as long as you don't think him liking the film is a crippling problem for his reviews, and review the Clone Wars pilot movie. If only for two major reasons:
1. See his take on a movie that everyone seemed to hate. I know some of the fundamental reasons, but I'd enjoy his take on it.
2. See his take on Ahsoka Tano. I imagine whatever he'd have to say would be pretty entertaining.