Attack Of The Clones

2012 Lucasfilm, Ltd./20the Century Fox Directed by George Lucas Produced by Rick McCallum Screenplay by George Lucas/Jonathan Hales Story by George Lucas Count Dooku. Really, George? Count Dooku? You give Christopher Lee a major role in the STAR WARS prequel as a Sith Lord of towering power and presence. With skills in The Force to […]

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The Phantom Menace

1999 Lucasfilm, Ltd./20the Century Fox Written and Directed by George Lucas Produced by Rick McCallum Music by John Williams Like most other STAR WARS fans I resigned myself to never seeing another STAR WARS movie. Despite George Lucas constantly affirming he had nine full screenplays ready to go and the STAR WARS movie were at […]

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Return of The Jedi

1983 Lucasfilm, LTD/20th Century Fox Directed by Richard Marquand Produced by Howard Kazanjian Screenplay by George Lucas and Lawrence Kasdan Story by George Lucas Music by John Williams Here’s the thing: most STAR WARS fans judge you by this standards: do you like the Ewoks and Jar Jar Binks or do you hate them? Now, […]

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From “The Han That Fell To Earth” or “To Boldly Solo Where No Han Has Soloed Before” File…by Sean E. Ali

Before you put time in on what follows, understand I am a casual STAR WARS fan. My canon is simply the first released trilogy and the current trilogy in progress. I don’t care about and never bothered to watch the prequels, the animated shows, never bothered with the comics or prose, barely listened to the […]

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The Empire Strikes Back

1980 20th Century Fox Directed by Irwin Kershner Produced by Gary Kurtz Screenplay by Leigh Brackett and Lawrence Kasdan Story by George Lucas It’s hard to believe now, I know. especially since for many years, THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK owned the crown as being the best of the STAR WARS movies (at least until “Rogue […]

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