On growing up, and being grown, with the most popular film series of all time. The final Essays on Star Wars installment.
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‘Revenge of the Sith’ is the final film of a director who is seldom thought of, first and foremost, as a director.
How the favored Star Wars composer tries to save ‘Attack of the Clones’ from itself.
‘The Phantom Menace’ could have been a great prologue. But its inconsistent approach results in fundamental missteps.
Return of the Jedi has become a warning for movies wishing to age well.
The ‘Empire Strikes Back’ villain is guilty of betrayal, murder and worse. But there’s one aspect of his villainy that often goes unexplored.
‘Star Wars’ is loaded with spectacular moments and mind-blowing special effects. But your eyes aren’t what draw you into the universe.
In the lead-up to ‘The Last Jedi,’ Introducing a collection of daily essays on each of the ‘Star Wars’ movies.
Each of the active writers for Film Misery list five things to be thankful for this Thanksgiving.
Share your thoughts on one of the most newsworthy announcements of the past several weeks.
“Master Moments” searches for the defining moment of the Indiana Jones character in ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark.’
Justin ranks all thirteen of the $1 billion grossers from worst to best.
Brief reviews of ‘The African Queen,’ ‘Chico & Rita,’ ‘Star Wars,’ and ‘The Godfather’.
‘The Artist’ accused of rape, new rules for nonfiction Oscar hopefuls, and a rare fluff interview from Jon Stewart.
Cannes matters, Farrell and Cotillard join Cronenberg, ‘Prince of Persia’ review, set pics from George Lucas’ ‘Red Tails’, ‘Super 8’ trailer online…