Keywords: #Alec Guinness #Carrie Fisher #George Lucas #Harrison Ford #Mark Hamill #Peter Cushing #Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope
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David Nusair Reel Film Reviews
December 17, 2015 ...a stirring introduction to such legendary figures as Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and Princess Leia.Read in Source
Tim Brayton Antagony & Ecstasy
June 05, 2016 A hell of a drug, the kind of movie that seems almost purposely designed to convince all but the most jaded members of its audience of the expressive power of the medium.Read in Source
Robert Martin Globe and Mail
December 16, 2015 It must be nice to be able to spend $8-million to fulfil your childhood fantasies. George Lucas has that much money because of the tremendous success of his last movie, American Graffiti, and he spent it both wisely and well on Star Wars.Read in Source
Rita Kempley Washington Post
December 09, 2015 Lucas's ingenuity is reaffirmed by Darth Vader's every asthmatic exhalation, by Princess Leia's cinnamon-bun chignons.Read in Source
Clyde Gilmour Toronto Star
December 14, 2015 Proves anew that ticket-buyers young and old in this jaded era will still respond to a strong and simple story about good versus evil with the good guys winning.Read in Source
Felix Vasquez Jr. Cinema Crazed
May 06, 2016 It's a near timeless milestone in cinema that lives up to its legacy as a simple, exciting, and fun science fiction fantasy.Read in Source
Rena Andrews Denver Post
December 15, 2015 George Lucas, who brought us those memorable kids in American Graffiti, is back with Star Wars -- a film that would captivate the Mel's Drive-In crowd as well as enchant the kid in all of us.Read in Source
Vern Perry Orange County Register
December 21, 2015 Star Wars is nothing short of pure unadulterated entertainment, something that has been sorely lacking in a great majority of recent films.Read in Source
Bruce McCabe Boston Globe
December 15, 2015 Star Wars is not a film to be written about, it's an experience. It's that rare experience for both adults and kids that shortchanges neither. Go -- and enjoy.Read in Source
Ronald E. Butler Tulsa World
December 21, 2015 Tender loving care abounds in the production... The casting is great, with the inexperienced giving it a naivety that is essential to the story, and the veterans a rock-solid identification with evil (Cushing) and good (Guinness).Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...