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In “Jedi,” we encounter several unforgettable characters, including the evil Jabba the Hutt, who is a cross between a toad and the Cheshire Cat; the lovable, cuddly Ewoks, the furry inhabitants of the “forest moon of Endor”; a fearsome desert monster made of sand and teeth, and hateful little ratlike creatures that scurry about the corners of the frame. It is that extra level of detail that makes the Star Wars pictures much more than just space operas. This time, there’s a breakneck chase through a forest, aboard airborne motorcycles. Other movies might approach the special effects. His adversary is a slimy, gruesome, reptilian monster made of warts and teeth. One thing the Star Wars movies never do is waste a lot of time on introductions.

After several of the bad guys have run into trees and gotten creamed, you pause to ask yourself why they couldn’t have simply flown above the treetops Other action pictures might approximate the sense of swashbuckling adventure. And there is an admiral for the Alliance who looks like the missing link between Tyrannosaurus Rex and Charles De Gaulle. The camera in “Jedi” slides casually past forms of life that would provide the centerpiece for lesser movies. Things are happening all over. Maybe that’s why the film has such a sense of visual richness. The movie is a complete entertainment, a feast for the eyes and a delight for the fancy. It is that extra level of detail that makes the Star Wars pictures much more than just space operas.

The camera in “Jedi” slides casually past forms of life that would provide the centerpiece for lesser movies.

Posted by Russell DuPuis at 9: Things are looking bad when suddenly the monster is crushed beneath a falling door. It’s a little amazing how Lucas and his associates keep topping themselves. Other action pictures might approximate the sense of swashbuckling adventure.

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What “Jedi” is really giving us is a picaresque journey through the imagination, and an introduction to forms of life less mundane than our own. RogerEbert Here is just one small moment in “Return of Jedi,” a moment you could miss if you looked away from the screen, but a moment that helps explain the special magic of the Star Wars movies. Luke Skywalker is engaged in a ferocious battle in the dungeons beneath the throne room of the loathsome, Jabba the Hutt. Unlike a lot of special effects and monster movies, where new creatures are introduced with laborious setups, “Jedi” immediately plunges its alien beasts into the thick of the action.

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The story in the Star Wars movies is, however, only part of the film — and a less crucial element as time goes by. The fact that the makers of “Jedi” are able to emerge intact from their task, having created a very special work of the imagination, is the sort of miracle that perhaps Obi-Wan would know something about. He is brokenhearted at the destruction of his pet.

Newer Post Older Post Home. One thing the Star Wars movies never do is waste a lot of time on introductions. From the point of view of simple movie-making logistics, there is an awesome amount of work on the screen in “Jedi” twice as many visual effects as “Star Hdmovi1e4 in the space battles, Lucas claims.

And there is an admiral for the Alliance who looks like the missing link between Tyrannosaurus Rex and Charles De Gaulle. The movie is a complete entertainment, a feast for the eyes and a delight for the fancy.

They’re pouring forth from imaginations so fertile that, yes, we do halfway believe in this crazy Galactic Empire long ago and far, far away. At long last, freedom is restored to the galaxy.

Luke Skywalker confronts his father Darth Vader in a final climactic duel before the evil Emperor. And “Return of the Jedi” is fun, magnificent fun. After several of the bad guys have run into trees and gotten creamed, you pause to ask yourself why they couldn’t have simply flown above the treetops In the last empir, Vader makes a momentous choice: It is that extra level of detail that makes the Star Wars pictures much more than just space operas.

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This time, there’s a breakneck chase through a forest, aboard airborne motorcycles. The Empire is finally defeated, the Sith are destroyed, and Anakin Skywalker is thus redeemed. His adversary is a slimy, gruesome, reptilian monster made of warts and teeth.

The movie also has, of course, more strrikes the amazing battles in outer space — the syar video games that have been a trademark since “Star Wars. In “Jedi,” we encounter movei unforgettable characters, including the evil Jabba the Hutt, who is a cross between a toad and the Cheshire Cat; the lovable, cuddly Ewoks, the furry inhabitants of the “forest moon of Endor”; a fearsome desert monster made of sand and teeth, and hateful little ratlike creatures that scurry about the corners of the shar.

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Jabba’s throne room, for example, is populated with several weird creatures, some of them only half-glimpsed in the corner of the frame. Full movie on Pubfilm. Things are happening all vack.

And then here is the small moment there’s a shot of the monster’s keeper, a muscle-bound jailer, who rushes forward in tears.

Maybe that’s why the film has such a sense of visual richness. Other movies might approach the special effects.