That one moment when you realize you found time to watch and review The Force Awakens and Rogue One but never bothered to review the other Star Wars movies. Well, that changes today. Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope is an unforgettable sci-fi adventure. The film not only had a large impact on cinema during a time when films were small, independent beings with the film being a cultural phenomenon but it also has tons of good things. The performances, George Lucas' direction, the action sequences among them the remarkable Death Star fight located within the third act and the writing were great. All of them. The film even has tons of quotable lines such as: "I sense a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of voices cried out and were suddenly silenced","I find your lack of faith disturbing","You may fire when ready", "Great, kid, don't get cocky" and more. Another thing worth praising is John Williams' score. I don't often praise conducted music in films but when I do, it shows signs that the film has good in it. Had it not been for this movie, we wouldn't have the big-budget blockbuster Hollywood offerings we have now. And it's all thanks to you, George Lucas. You may have been accused of ruining your own franchise with the prequel trilogy but you still get credit for opening our eyes to how, in blockbuster filmmaking, there are infinite possibilities.