The wonder pouring from Raiders' facade is no less dim, but in the lens of perspective, Crusade does it better because of Sean Connery and Harrison Ford.
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Temple is saved by a rousing third act that is as good as any, including a hodgepodge of fight scenes leading into a mine cart chase that is tremendously …
Raiders is a B-level story. That's just the way it is, but more importantly, that's how it should be.
No doubt Episode III is the best of the prequels, mostly because it's about conflict, you know, the stuff that this franchise was based on.
So much of this action-oriented nonsense goes nowhere, generally spliced with more romantic duds or Anakin whining.
For all of the editing Lucas has done to the original films through the years, it's flabbergasting that he has never taken the knife to Phantom Menace
Jedi remains the Ewok show, the furballs caught in a battle of mechanical firepower and ancient defenses.
Every piece of it is brilliant, every move it makes classic, and every element concise.
A kid growing up, or maybe even in high school right now, is about to have their mind blown regardless of whether or not Dewbacks patrol Tatooine.
Graffiti is an intimate little film, at times more about the cars than the people.
Most film futures are decrepit, hidden by shadows or lighting that has long since faded. THX is bright, clear, and sanitary.
No one can say that the Indiana Jones franchise has dealt with anything other than the fantastic. From flesh melting souls to thousand year old knights, the series staple …