Five Word Review

By redyeah
Written August 27, 2009
Jar-jar kicks the a**es everday!
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Deja vu' (In a good way)

By Critic7
Written February 14, 2012
When I was 10 years old my parents took me to see the 'Original' Star Wars (Episode IV) Now, 35 years later, I was able to take my ten year old daughter Madison to see Episode I (her first Star Wars movie) so it was more sentimental for me and answered many floating questions for her. I was surprised how much she loved it (My wife thought she would be to scared) If you have seen it already (and who hasn't?) it's still worth seeing again on the big screen, but if you have a child whose over 8 it's a great experience for both of you. Kind of like being a Master Jedi passing on the ways of the Force to your youngling whose now becoming a Padawan Learner. B
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Converted 3D is not worth it.

By Gareth
Written February 12, 2012
While I had no issues with the film lilke so many others did, I went to see the 3D. I am very against converted 3D as if it is not shot in 3D you do not get 3D no matter how many tricks they try. I had been told that ILM had a new conversion process, so we went to see this. Many times during the film my wife asked me if I had seen any real 3D and many times my answer was no. Very hard to justify paying for no real improvement to a film you already have on DVD and Blue Ray.
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Enjoy it in 3D

By dhopfe
Written February 14, 2012
I may not be able to see movies in 3D which I would not be attempting promote this, but since it was Star Wars it is worth it in any event. I am still glad they have movies in 2D. To see a movie in 3D when you can't see in 3D is pointless, unless it is a special movie.
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Great Family Fun

By gusjr2
Written February 13, 2012
Great to see on the big screen!
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