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(At around one hour and twenty-eight minutes) According to this film, George Lucas was a reporter at the time, and got the inspiration for Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) while interviewing Darkos dressed in a cape and mask like Darth Vader's. See more »
First two are good, this one went into the kiddy zone...Still good for kids under 10
Watched the movie today,and it's passable. The whole film has been toned down for younger audiences, and that ruined it. It's not a horrible movie, has a couple of chuckles(for older audiences), but unfortunately has a lot of kiddy moments. The 2nd one that basically didn't reveal the plot until the last 20 minutes is a really fun and funny movie.This one finishes that plot, and that's that. Watched the previous ones in french with eng subtitles, but had to watch this one in English, like i knew, i didn't like it(read my review for the first one) mostly cause of the voice acting. Good for kids from 10 and under, older people probably won't like it. Going to watch the french version when it comes out, hope it has different(Better) dialogue like always cause it always has better voice acting... Good for kids, not for older audiences Enjoy P.S: Has a good Star Wars joke near the end ;)
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