Friday, February 10, 2012

Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace Review.

A long time ago, In a T-Rex Theater at Essex Cinemas Far Far Away

                          STAR WARS
                          EPISODE I: REVIEW

This reviewer had the chance to go see a movie which is part of one of the greatest movie series in history, Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace.

Now when the galaxy has only been in 2D on the big screen, Movie Master George Lucas returned to bring a new dimension to the galaxy. With the new 3rd Dimension in the theater, the new age of movie fans now have the chance to see this epic movie series on the big screen. The pod races really come speeding out of the screen as you watch, and the lightsaber duels in 3D really make you feel like you are standing right there. Even the Lucas Film logo comes out at you. The flight scenes are great in 3D, it is as if they are flying around the theater. One thing that is great about 3D is the fact you feel like you are walking along side the Jedi Knights as they fight the Sith.

Obi-Wan Kenobi (played by Ewan McGregor) fights along side his Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn (Played by Liam Neeson), as they try to save the planet of Naboo and it's Queen. Along way, they meet a young boy on Tatooine named Anakin Skywalker (played by Jake Lloyd) and his mother Shmi Skywalker (played by Pernilla August). Now along side Jar Jar Binks (voiced by Ahmed Best) and R2-D2 (played by the great Kenny Baker), as well as young Anakin and Padme (played by Natalie Portman). Other well known faces from Star Wars in this movie were Yoda (voiced by the fantastic Frank Oz) and Jedi Master Mace Windu (played by Samuel L. Jackson). We must not forget the Sith in the galaxy, Darth Maul (played by Ray Park).

As wonderful as the cast is, there was another force in the outer area of the filming zone of the galaxy. Music Master John Williams is the head of all the beautiful songs in the Galaxy, he is a true musical master. Just as Obi-Wan and Qui-Gon work side by side, another two people strong with the force work together. George Lucas and Rick McCallum, both produced the whole movie mission. But producer wasn't the only path of the force, which Master Lucas followed. He is the writer of the whole mission and the galaxy Director.  The force is very strong with this cast and crew, as Master Lucas is one of the greatest movie Directors in the galaxy.

While this mission takes place in theaters around the planet, there is another mission in the outer area of the galaxy. Star Wars: Episode II - The Attack Of The Clones, this film will be heading to the world of 3D.

So when you are looking for a movie to watch make your way to the closest movie theater and take a trip to a galaxy far, far away.

The T-Rex Theater at Essex Cinemas is AMAZING!!! With the 60 foot curved screen and 124 speakers which is part of 7.1 Digital Surround Sound, there are 401 extra wide luxury seats with memory-foam headrests making a movie theater trip you will never forget! T-Rex stands for “Theatre Real Extreme”

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