Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith

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  • Star Wars: The Complete Saga

    Star Wars: The Complete Saga Widely accepted as one of the all-time great movie franchises, Star Wars movies are loved for their astonishing special effects and epic storyline. The popularity of these movies continues to grow as every new generation of film buffs discover these great movies. If you know a Star Wars fan who doesn't already own this set, this gift is a guaranteed win. This collection delivers all six of the original episodes in the exquisite high definition and crystal clear digital sound of Blu-ray. Over 40 hours of special features and extra scenes include exclusive content available only with this collection. The nine disc set includes: Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999) Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002)…

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  • Star Wars Phantom Menace Poster Analysis

    Star Wars: The Phantom Menace In 1998, Lucas Film released a teaser poster for their long waited and highly anticipated new movie, Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace. This was a relief to many fans and stirred much excitement with the community because Star Wars has been without a release since 1983 and many fans are looking forward to seeing the new George Lucas film. This teaser poster grabs the attention of long time Star Wars fans as it does new fans wanting to know what happens to the…

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  • Star Wars Vs. V. Star Wars

    The Light vs The Dark Star Wars Episode III vs V Star Wars is an immensely popular franchise with an estimated worth of over 30 billion dollars. The universe that George Lucas created back in 1977 was and still is a magical and groundbreaking experience for all who watch; with fans spanning across multiple generations. When it was announced that The Phantom Menace was to come out in 1999, fans were ecstatic. It was the first Star Wars film in 16 years and people were more than ready. However,…

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  • Star Wars Movie Effects

    you ever heard of Star Wars? You probably have. It’s “a space opera film series (created by George Lucas) that became one of the most successful and influential franchises in motion picture history.” Starting in the late 20th century, and brought back at the turn of the 21st century, the Star Wars films continually advanced the field of special effects, and developed into a massive merchandising industry. Lucas’s success as director and writer with his previous films got him the support of 20th…

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  • Phantom Menace And A New Hope: A Comparative Analysis

    There is perhaps no greater debated franchise in the history of film than that of George Lucas’ magum opus, The Star Wars saga. With the eighth film in the franchise set to premiere only a week from this essay’s writing (December 8th, 2016) it can be described as nothing less than a mega franchise. The three original films in the series (Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi) each had their own massive cultural impact- whether that be due to incredible special effects for…

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  • Philosophical Themes In Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope

    is easily overlooked because when most people watch movies they are looking for pure entertainment instead of the significant meaning. However, taking into account the philosophical relevance is important for understanding the overall meaning in any screenplay. This statement enables people to have favorite films that they really do not completely understand. One of the most nostalgic movies in history, Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, contains many disguised philosophical themes that many…

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  • Comparison Of Star Wars And Harry Potter

    In doing so, we will compare story, characters, concepts, and more, of two of the biggest franchise films - Star Wars (SW) and Harry Potter (HP) - in which I will show why Star Wars is the better franchise. Despite their difference in genre, the movies share many similarities. both franchises share many similarities they have followed the same basic structure of ‘The Hero’s Journey,’ also known as the ‘hero myth’ or ‘monomyth’ (Hokanson & Fraher 2008 p. 29) like many stories/films beforehand…

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  • A New Hope In Star Wars Movie, Rogue One

    Set prior to the events of the third installment of the Star Wars series, A New Hope, Rogue One tells the story of the behind-the-scenes heroes that acquired the infamous Death Star’s blueprints essential to its destruction. Set in a variety of locales, the most notable being Jedha, an Imperial-held desert moon, Eadu, housng an Imperial research facility, and Scarif, home to the Imperial data bank. With atmosphere as varied as location, there is always an underlying tone of hopefulness laced in…

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  • A Hard Day's Night Analysis

    budget of under £200,000. Its influences have been iconic and generally, reviewers have worked lyrical about it ever since. Even in 1964, the reviews were mostly positive. It was referred to as the Citizen Kane of the Juke box musical by Sarris in 1964. I believe one of the reasons for its early success was the fact that it was new, it marked a new beginning. It would encapsulate The Beatles phenomenon and provide us with a historical record that wan sends time. There had been rock musicals…

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  • Amistad Reflection

    “La Amistad” I will write about the movie “Amistad”, directed by Steven Spielberg. He is a famous director, he has directed many movies, for example: Jaws, Indiana Jones, Jurassic Park, E.T, Tin-Tin, War Horse, Amistad, etc. The movie Amistad was released in December 10, 1997. It was based in a true history of historical events of 1839 before the United States civil war, it was aboard the slave ship “La Amistad” that was traveling from Cuba to the South of the United States with slaves…

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