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Finding Graceland (1998)
Remember the King
This probably won't be anyone's best movie, or even one of the favorites but you will remember it for sure. You'll remember it cause of 2 things. First is that King is back in this one and second is that it's very original movie. At the beginning I wanted to switch TV program, but try to stay with it until end and you'll see it have interesting story.
Harvey Keitel is very good as Elvis. No he doesn't walk, he doesn't talk like he did/do but cause as movie goes you'll start to think more and more that he could be him. That's the thing what's good in this movie: it will keep you in front of your TV cause you will won't to find out if he's Elvis or one of many imitators.
The rest of actors are solid, nothing special but you'll believe in the story they tell you and that's the most important part.
If you like Elvis I strongly recommend you to see this one and if you don't you may still see this movie cause as I said, you won't see movie like this again.
powerful you have become master Lucas
STORY *no spoilers* It was directed by Lucas and story writer is also Lucas (and what did you think?). He had very hard job with this episode. Most of people agree that first episode was good (or bad) but they all agree that it didn't reveal much of the story. Second one reveled more, but the hardest task remained for episode 3. He needed to show us how and why did Anakin turn to the dark side. He done very good job (and thankfully to McDiarmid's acting who even turned me to the dark side). He put all the peaces together and you will never fell that he put something cause he had to just to match with old trilogy (even better, he explain some things that he didn't have to). It's also one of the most fast-paced episodes. I would recommend the movie for 13+. You all know what can light-saber so to the man. One of my favorite comebacks (someone who isn't a fan of Lucas's movies may not notice that) is that Lucas sense for humor is back and it's the best (good all Indiana Jones sense for humor).
VISUAL Lightsaber fights, explosion, space (star) wars. Need to say more? Industrial Light & Magic won 14 Oscars for "The best visual effects" and I hope they'll earn one more with this one. The best looking SW movie and one of the best visual effect's I've seen. But they all wouldn't mean much if camera isn't good. You know how some movies in action switch scenes very fast? Nothing like that in SW. Actually it's even better; in space fighting camera follow Anakin's and Obi's fighters. Camera angles are also great. I only wish I saw more of the Natalie.
SOUND Everything sound good. I experienced few problems but I'm pretty sure that it was theaters fault.
ACTING The best acting of all 3 SW movies. Anakin (Hayden Christensen) is much better as a bad guy then good guy and I like his acting much more in Revenge of the sith. Master Kenobi (Ewan McGregor) is the biggest improvement. He was good in episode 2 but sometimes his acting was getting on my nerve (maybe he wanted to turn that one since he was getting on Anakin's nerves also). The rest of crew is what we all expected. Master Yoda (Frank Oz is voice actor), Mace Windu (Samuel. L. Jackson), Palpatin (Ian McDiarmid, by my opinion the best acting), Padme (Natalie Portman) and Count Dooku (Christopher Lee) are all professionals and they done they job on professional level. There are few awkward moments but real SW fan's wont bother that (or wont even notice). Fighting scenes looks the best of all SW movies and there's plenty of them.
And relax, there is no Jar Jar in this one (actually you'll see Chewbacca!).