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The Hate, 20 September 2012

While I necessarily don't agree with all the hate that Episode 1 is getting, I can see why fans are mad. George Lucas took CGI by the horns and tried to 'carry' his production with it. However, I did enjoy this movie, although a rehashing gone wrong there are still some great aspects. The new series allowed newer generations to experience the force that was 'Star Wars' in a different way, not necessarily bad, just different.

The character development and immersion was definitively weaker than it was in the original series. The original series allowed the viewer to relate to the characters and join the journey with them. Thew new star wars makes characters look more like actors than actual characters.

A Timeless Classic, 20 September 2012

The Lion King; another timeless classic by Disney. The heartwarming story of Simba will never escape our hearts. The Lion King is the story of Simba, a young cub whose trying to find his place in the world after the death of his father, Mustafa. This story is full of hidden meanings, emotions, metaphors and analogies that each person could take away something different from each viewing. It's hard to find flaws in such a work of art but the way that Disney rehashes scenes from other Disney movies is definitely one of them. They don't take away from the experience of the movie but it's something that a movie veteran could definitely notice.

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Great Action Thriller starring Harrison Ford, 18 September 2012

The Fugitive is a complex thriller with every detail playing a significant role in the outcome of the movie. It's the story of a conspiracy surrounding Dr. Richard Kimble, a surgeon who is on the run while U.S Marshal Samuel Gerard tries to find an explanation of why Kimble was framed for the murder of his wife. The movie has a sticking nature to it, every detail in the actors face will prove that Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones deserve every praise they have received for their performance.

Based on the 1960's Television series, this movie does not disappoint. It makes the watcher want to go back and view the original series to see how it compares.