Science fiction and fantasy
To some, this guy is a messiah, or at least the inventor of the Jedi religion. Others can't forgive him for that floppy-eared fool, Jar Jar Binks, or for flooding the market with overpriced plastic dolls. Love him or hate him, George Lucas has directed one of the most successful series of space opera films ever, and modern science fiction movies wouldn't be the same without him.
Film ReviewsStar Wars Episode III : Revenge of the Sith
Darth Vader rises, and everything goes pear-shaped for the Jedi.
Released in 2005.
Star Wars: Attack of the Clones
Anakin and Amidala: the other use for lightsabers explained.
Released in 2002.
Star Wars: A New Hope
Luke Skywalker learns the ways of the Jedi in order to save the galaxy from an evil Emperor and the terrifying Darth Vader.
Released in 1977.
Two Jedi knights struggle to keep peace in the galaxy, whilst the Sith return to do the opposite. But a young boy may hold the power to restore balance to the Force.
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