Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace
There is a re-emergence of the dormant Sith as they reclaim their old glory. The duo Jedi will have to escape the blockade to make new allies, A balance must be born into the force again.
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Kate Muir Times (UK)
November 16, 2015 Do kids really want to follow a plot about intergalactic trade embargoes?Read in Source
David Nusair Reel Film Reviews
December 17, 2015 The saga begins with this relentlessly erratic installment...Read in Source
Jeffrey Lyles Lyles' Movie Files
December 11, 2015 'The Phantom Menace' is definitely the major reason most fans, even prequel apologists like myself, don't watch the Star Wars saga in chronological order.Read in Source
Joe Morgenstern Wall Street Journal
November 16, 2015 What I can't comprehend is why the political details had to be so tedious and abstract. Will the kids of our nation and the world truly be titillated by trade wars and the spectacle of a do-nothing Senate?Read in Source
John Anderson Newsday
February 10, 2012 "Star Wars: Episode 1 -- The Phantom Menace" got dismissive reviews in 1999, and it deserves the same today. But you probably know that.Read in Source
Jay Carr Boston Globe
November 16, 2015 Character and personality take a back seat on this ride.Read in Source
Evan Williams The Australian
December 15, 2015 Everything in Phantom Menace exists in a bright noisy vacuum.Read in Source
David Edelstein Slate
November 16, 2015 Look, I wanted to love The Phantom Menace, too. I was an adolescent boy and would enjoy being one again for a couple of hours. But the movie has a way of deflating all but the most delusional of hopes.Read in Source
Joe Holleman St. Louis Post-Dispatch
December 14, 2015 The movie is fun, for the most part, and several scenes are as good or better than anything Lucas created in the original films. The human characters, however, are not nearly as interesting as those in the earlier episodes.Read in Source
November 16, 2015 Mr. Lucas is not without a certain technocratic sagacity, but I don't think he's communicating even with the young as astutely as he once did.Read in Source
Ray Pride Newcity
December 14, 2015 What if it had been good? What if it had been a movie?Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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