Star Wars Week: Star Wars A New Hope – A Quick Capsule Review
With Solo: A Star Wars Story out this week it felt a good time to revisit our previous reviews for the Star Wars films… next up A New Hope.
Phil’s Quick Capsule Review:
Star Wars is a genre defining, once in a life time kinda film that not only changed a genre of films for good it showed that the true value in film laid beyond the movie itself openning up multiple untouched revenue streams that kept the franchise alive well beyond it’s original runs. It’s a film that wears its influences on it’s sleeve, from pulp serials of the 30’s and 40’s like Flash Gordon to the World War two dog fights that influence it space combat action so heavily. The script is hokey for sure but the effects have rarely been topped by CGI and the pace and editing are top notch. Star Wars defined a generation and still continues to entertain and endure over 40 years later.
Best Bit: The death star assault
Buy, Stream, Avoid: Buy
If You Liked this Try: Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, Star wars: Return Of The Jedi, Star Wars: Rogue One
Author: Phil Hobden