Critic Review - Time Out

In scope and ambition, Jediresembles nothing so much as the next level of a computer game, with a new environment, new gadgets and new creatures.

February 9, 2006 Full Review Source: Time Out | Comments (3)
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John Munro

Its a fitting ending, Luke is more mature and awesome, Han and Leia are pretty much official, so yeah there is some good stuff going on. As for the creatures... Its a Galaxy Far Far Away, bring on the aliens. I think where Jedi excels over the other movies is the amount of action which brings about a really good amount of entertainment. The Story line and Character depth are good, but that is where Empire Strikes Back takes the cake. So nothing wrong with a new environment, new gadgets and new creatures.

Feb 20 - 10:38 PM

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Larry David

TIME Magazine, the New York Times, Time Out, Variety, the Chicago Reader, Slant Magazine and the Washington Post hire the worst critics ever. They sh-t on every classic!

Feb 16 - 10:39 AM

Andrew W.

Andrew Wolfe

This is the first movie I can remember actually seeing in theaters. My dad took us to watch it. It was also the first movie I saw in the Star Wars omnibus, so sure, there were some parts that didn't make as much sense as I'd have liked.

Speaking with the wonderment of a young kid being treated to a rare trip to the movies: This movie was pretty awesome once I got into the flow of the action. The laser swords were probably the coolest thing anyone would see in a movie for years to come. The ewoks were hilarious.

And computer games? People barely even knew what a computer really was back then. Outside of the movies, that is.

Mar 3 - 01:39 PM

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