The Star Wars Saga

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The Star Wars saga is such a phenomenon in American that it has become part of American pop culture. Just by references or symbols from the movie, people already connect it to The Star Wars trilogy.The Star Wars saga is well known and easily recognizable by everyone of different culture and has impacted the economy positively. Because of the concept of galactic fantasy, it made Star Wars sequels and prequels more more enjoyable to any age group. The saga is very appealing because of the galactic fantasy and its installment of real life issues of people, which had a great impact. Even though decades later since the first film movies was released in 1977, its still has the power to fascinate new generations. I chose Star Wars because …show more content…
The saga was able to capture huge amount of audience that were really fascinated by the galactic fantasy. According to the George Lucas wikipedia, “science fiction multi-film Star Wars saga has had a significant impact on modern popular culture. Star Wars references are deeply embedded in popular culture; references to the main characters and themes of Star Wars are casually made in many English-speaking countries with the assumption that others will understand the reference. Darth Vader has become an iconic villain. Phrases like "evil empire" and "May the Force be with you" have become part of the popular lexicon. The first Star Wars film in 1977 was a cultural unifier, enjoyed by a wide spectrum of people.Many efforts produced in the science fiction genre (particularly in film) can now be seen to draw heavy influence and inspiration from the original Star Wars trilogy as well as the magnitude of sequels, spin-offs, series, games and texts that it spawned. Sounds, visuals, and even the iconic score of the films have become integral components in the tapestry of American society. The film can be said to have helped launch the science fiction boom of the late 1970s and early 1980s, making science fiction films a blockbuster genre”. As it was mentioned above, the character in the Star Wars saga became iconic character. The iconic characters, portrayed actors, the musics are …show more content…
The Star Wars saga prevents people from realizing that their is a real world with issues outside of their fantasy. Because of the phenomenon of Star Wars, people had become ignorant of the issues that surrounds them.

Finally according to the interaction perspective, the Star Wars trilogy bond different cultures together and breaks any barriers. It unifies people together who have similar fascination to Star Wars. Finally how the symbols and references have the same meaning to different cultures, which bonds them because they are able to relate. In conclusion, the Star Wars saga has all the characteristic that makes part of American pop culture. Indeeds the saga has created new genre and how it impacts how films in the present are made. The saga is so influential even if decades go by. Because of this it has become an international

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