Star Wars: A New Hope Movie Review

Description: Star Wars: The Last Hope is the first film in this legendary series created by George Lucas. It follows the struggling rebellion against a tyrannical government called “The Empire”. One of the leaders named Princess Leia, sends droids named R2-D2 and C3PO to get Obi-Wan Kenobi before Princess Leia is captured. R2-D2 and C3PO make their way to the Tatooine, the planet of Ben Kenobi. A local named Luke Skywalker, buys the drones and quickly finds a message in R2-D2 from Princess Leia. He then delivers it to Ben Kenobi who tells Luke that he has a special gift called the force just as his father had and he should use it to take down The Empire and save Princess Leia. Skywalker begins his journey and meets a con man named Han Solo and his Wookie friend named Chewbacca. They quickly find out about the Empire’s plan to build a mobile battle station which can destroy planets at one time. Will Luke and his newly found allies be able to save the universe? Find out in Star Wars: A New Hope.

Pros: This movie was revolutionary for it’s time and made way for, and inspired, the creation of countless other movies. It has an all star cast ranging from Harrison Ford, and Mark Hamill to James Earl Jones. The story was amazing and immersed you to a new world like no other movie can. The soundtrack, composed by John Williams, was so perfect that even if you haven’t seen the movies you would still recognize some of the songs.

Cons: The shooting doesn’t look real but it was filmed in 1977 and to be honest it looked more real than the prequel movies.

Final Rating: 10/10, a cinema masterpiece which has stood the test of time.

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