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The 5 Most Iconic Images in Harrison Ford's 5 Greatest Movies

In 5 Frames features the best in cinema, showcasing five iconic images of an actor, actress, or director in their most acclaimed and famous films. These are the scenes that captured our imaginations and have endured as timeless. 13 more words

Z: The Films

The Force Awakens: A Star Wars Mirror Universe

Well, it’s been awhile and needed to sit down and write about something this weekend, and since it’s on my mind this week, I’ll go ahead and talk about the new… 1,776 more words

Reviews

The Force is Strong in my Family

When my wife and I decided to start a family shortly after getting married, one of the things that got me the most excited was the prospect of passing down my love of certain things to my future children. 773 more words

Life

Star Wars Black: Luke Skywalker and Wampa by Hasbro

I’m patiently awaiting the arrival of new 6-inch Star Wars Black figures, so in the meantime I thought I’d deal with some unfinished business with one of the older Deluxe sets. 1,250 more words

Star Wars Propagates and Upholds Harmful Stereotypes and Unhealthy Norms Regarding Snow

We’ve all seen The Empire Strikes Back. If you haven’t, then insert some not-so-thinly-veiled insult with regard to your utter ignorance of frivolous pop culture moving picture flicks and geek cultdom. 635 more words

Critique/Opinion

A Long Time Ago In A Galaxy Far, Far Away...On Hoth

I find the quality of some fan films, particularly the visual effects very surprising.  I have no idea what budget these things have, but their ability to often pull off starships and super powers is amazing. 34 more words

Movies & TV

Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back

Frequently regarded by fans and critics alike as the best Star Wars film, Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, was released in 1980 as the second movie in the original trilogy, and the first to be given a specific title in cinemas on release (with Episode IV: A New Hope being simply titled ‘Star Wars’ on release). 599 more words

Film