Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope

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In “Star Wars episode IV: A New Hope,” viewers are introduced to Luke Skywalker, the son of Anakin Skywalker in his home planet, Tatooine. He lives there with his uncle and his aunt. In the Call to Adventure, Luke and his uncle buy two droids named R2-D2 and C-3P0. It is revealed that R2-D2 has a secret message embedded in him from a very beautiful woman, who Luke has never seen before. She states in the message that she needs Obi-Wan Kenobi's help and Luke delivers the message to him. She tells them that she is in despair and under attack and needs files that are in R2-D2. The refusal of the call is when Luke backs down from going with Obi because he believes he needs to stay and help his uncle and aunt on their farm. The Meeting with the …show more content…
Yet, they get away and are off to Alderaan. Other tests in the movie would be the fighting between Luke and Darth Vader, the Stormtroopers, and the Sith Lord. The approach to the inmost cave is seen as Luke and the gang notices that Alderaan has been destroyed and another “planet” has been found that leaves them thinking it is not a good idea to be there. The ordeal of the movie would have to be Obi-Wan’s death, right in front of Luke, the rescue of Leia, or when they were almost crushed by a trash compactor. The Reward of the movie is Luke joining the rebel fleet and gaining more allies than ever before. The Road Back of the film takes place as Luke and the rebel group are looking to defeat the Death Star as this is his attempt to get back to what he knows as “normal”. In the final battle of the movie, Luke hears Obi-Wan’s voice as he is manning the spacecraft and destroys the Death Star, saving the rebels and the galaxy from the wrath of the Empire. With this, Luke takes his first step in becoming a true Jedi and believing in the Force internally. The Return of the Elixir is shown after the Empire is destroyed and peace reigned throughout the

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