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Without a doubt the best Star Wars movie. Star Wars fans and even non- Star Wars fans (like myself) can agree on that. This movie takes the formula, emotional levels, and action of A New Hope, and basically multiplied it all times 100 and got this movie. Everything about this movie was taken to the next next level after A New Hope. The only thing that bothered me a little bit in this movie was in the middle and end of act two; it got a little too boring for me. But if it wasn't as boring in the second act this movie would easily be a 5/5 for me. Other than that, however, this is the greatest Star Wars film that cannot and will not be beat.
This movie pioneered modern visual effects in Hollywood and changed the way that people view cinema forever. George Lucas really came up with one of the greatest fantasy epics of all time. No one would ever think to create something as big as a fantasy as this... but in space. It's an all around solid movie and is pretty entertaining. However, the directing by George Lucas is really bad in some parts and the dialogue (also him) is pretty bad in some scenes as well. Other than that, this movie sets the ground rules for what Star Wars films should be. It's amazing how much a movie as old as this is still being talked about today.
It wasn't the writing that was wrong with this movie. This movie had the same problem that The Old Guard had, which was that it needs a better music score to amplify the emotional scenes. But that still won't save this movie from being another Netflix action flick. There's just something about this film that's keeping it from being an exceptional cinema-worthy film (and not just another high-budget Netflix action movie). Now don't get me wrong, I enjoyed this movie very much and I thought the cinematography was close to perfect. It's an overall solid Netflix movie about the survival of brotherhood that could have been much more. However, out of everything that has come out this year on Netflix, this without a doubt is one of my favorites and I do think it's worth the watch.
Historically accurate and yet still beautiful, The Pianist is a survival film about an extremely musically talented Jew during World War 2. The acting is great and so is the directing. This movie is also very accurate to how Jews were treated in the late 1930's and early 1940's. The music in this film is also very beautiful and moving. It's hard to not be enchanted by the melody of the piano-playing. This film is gripping from start to finish and it deserves its Oscar wins.
This is without a doubt the best war movie to ever be made. It's brutally real and it does everything right. If you ever wonder why we as Americans show so much respect towards our veterans and soldiers, this is why. This movie shows exactly why we stand up for the national anthem and put our hands over our hearts. Not because we have to, but because we want to. We want to thank the people who has sacrificed everything and laid down their lives while in battle. This movie makes you feel so proud to be an American after watching it. This movie is truly a masterpiece among war movies and event though I've never been to war and probably never will, this movie paints a very accurate picture of what those soldiers went through overseas.