James' Review of Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi
The Rebellion faces it's greatest challenge as it finally faces the might of The Emperor.
The last entry in the mighty Star Wars franchise The plot takes everything that proceeds it and neatly ties it up, whilst treating the viewers to some incredibly good space battles. The returning cast slip into their characters with the same kind of ease that one slips a comfortable pair of shoes. The special effects are excellent, and show the advances in technology at the time. But again, this movie is not without it's problems. All the viewers were expecting a mighty roller-coaster ride of a film, but it could have just been that little bit better. With another Death Star, it kind of feels like a rehash of the first film. Then we come to the Ewoks, which are only slightly less annoying than Jar-Jar Binks. But in the end the cheesiness of this entry does kind of make for a satisfying conclusion to the greatest soap opera in galactic history.