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    The hype and nerdom were real for this move. Maybe that is why it was an overall disappointment in my books but that ending scene was nothing less than glorious. The movie started off poorly but as it progressed it got noticeably better. Maybe it was just me but the opening was by far the worst part of the movie but it quickly got better. While the first act was forgettable the movie found its stride during the first Death Star test, the movie never looked back. From fantastic Easter eggs (highlighted and allusions to Obi-Wan Kenobi and an appearance by Grand Moff Tarkin) to action scenes and plot twists. While the first act was forgettable the third act was amazing, the second act was ranged from good to great. While it found lows on the…

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    Imagine if everyone came together to reach a common goal for the good of society. In the movie Star Wars IV: A New Hope, a science fiction film, Luke Skywalker, the main character, is a strong leader who is determined and brave. Luke ends up leaving his homeland with Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ben), CP3O, R2D2, Han Solo and Chewbacca to save Princess Leia from the empire. On their journey they end up in a near death situation and fighting the empire to destroy the death star. In Star Wars IV: A New Hope,…

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    hero. Throughout Star Wars A New Hope, Obi-Wan Kenobi acts as a guide for Luke Skywalker. Luke’s home was destroyed, leaving him alone with no family. Obi-Wan Kenobi takes Luke under his wing and pushes Luke to cross the threshold to save Princess Leia. Obi-Wan teaches Luke about the force and gives him information about his father during their journey, which guides Luke to become a hero. Obi-Wan Kenobi is a mentor for Luke Skywalker for the reason that he teaches, inspires, and fits the…

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    Rey Kenobi Theory In the recent film, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, many have surmised that the protagonist Rey, is Luke Skywalker’s daughter. In this essay, I will argue that Rey is not his daughter, but is in fact Obi-Wan Kenobi’s granddaughter. The reasons supporting this theory are, Maz Kanata implying that Luke is not a part of her family tree, the aura Rey emits is more powerful than a Skywalker 's, thus leading to the theory that Obi-Wan is in fact, Rey 's grandfather. Rey is a 19 year…

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    aunt and uncle. He would work for his uncle as a farmer. He heard of Princess Leia when he met R2-D2 and C3PO. R2D2 projected a hologram of Princess Leia asking Obi-wan-kenobi for help. Luke wanted Princess Leia, but she was captured by Darth Vader, so he went on an adventure to save her. However, this is where the refusal of call comes in. It is getting late and Luke has to return home. However, a tragedy happens at home, leaving Luke to go. He leaves his home with allies such as Obi…

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    The entire Star Wars series evolves around the battle of the forces of good (the Jedi) and evil (the Sith). One of the major recurring themes is the power of evil to overcome good, no matter what the intentions. Another theme is power. There are really 2 categories of power in the Revenge of the Sith. The power of The Force and then there is your regular types of power in daily life, independence and the ability to make decisions based on your own thoughts. The last theme is trust. In order to…

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    hologram of the Princess’ calling for help “Help me Obi Wan Kenobi, you’re my only hope” (Lucas 1977). Old Ben Kenobi is a name Luke has heard that name before. When he asked his uncle Owen, he refused to talk about the Old Ben Kenobi saying he was dead. He doesn’t want Luke to go to this journey, to leave them and never come back. Luke hasn’t realized, but he has been called to an adventure, his hero’s journey. Luke with the help of C-3PO goes to the dessert to find R2-D2 who kept babbling…

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    action in Star Wars Ep IV: A New Hope, is the quest to find a ship and a trained pilot in order to fly to Alderaan to help Princess Leia. Their other goal is to deliver the droids to Princess Leia without getting caught by the Empire’s giant army of stormtrooper and evil men associated with Darth Vadar. After Luke almost gets killed in bar, they find a man named Han Solo. Han Solo was very hesitant to take them at first, but once Ben offered a large amount of money to him, he was surely glad to…

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    Star Wars: A New Hope

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    entrusted with guarding the distress message to Ben Kenobi otherwise known as Obi-Wan Kenobi in addition to the Death Star’s layout plan. Deriving from this, Lord Vader then resolves to plan B, as he orders his troops to seize anyone who remains on board the ship after the general chaos and fighting ensued. Fortunately, resorting to an on the spot backup plan pays off for Vader as he was able to seize Princess Leia and imprison her aboard the Death Star in an attempt to delve information out of…

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    Star Wars Film Analysis

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    classic still alive today. The story of star wars begins in the California home of George Lucas where he began to capture the romance and adventure that he saw in old movies that he watched as a young boy as well as the heroics of the great Flash Gordon TV series. so george began to write the script for a screenplay that would one day be known as "Star Wars" Before George along with a crew of over 100 men and women could begin this interstellar epic they would need people to play the roles of…

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