In Theatres | Star Wars: Episode 1 – The Phantom Menace 3D

A remake of George Lucas’ 1999 Star Wars episode returns to the “beginning”. Nine-year-old Darth Vader (Jake Lloyd) a.k.a Anakin Skywalker returns to the big screen in full 3D imaging.

The original plot is unaltered and for those unfamiliar with the original, here is a quick overview of the film. Obi-Wan Kenobi is a young apprentice Jedi (Luke Skywalker our hero in the previous trilogy, remains unborn as the plot develops) along with, Qui-Gon escort Amidala to a meeting with the Republic leaders however, become stranded on planet Tatooine.

Here is where, Anakin Skywalker a.k.a Darth Vader is introduced to the “Dark Side”. I will leave you off here as, any further information to those who attended the original release would be pointless, and to the newbie’s, would ruin the show.

This weekend, consult your local movie director and head out to the matinee, I am certain you won’t be disappointed.

Directed by: George Lucas

Starring: Frank Oz – Yoda, Ian McDiarmid – Senator Palpatine, Oliver Ford Davies – Sio Bibble, Hugh Quarshie – Capt. Panaka, Ahmed Best – Jar Jar Binks, Samuel L. Jackson – Mace Windu, Ray Park – Darth Maul, Ralph Brown – Ric Olie, Terence Stamp – Chancellor Valorum, Brian Blessed – Boss Nass, Sofia Coppola – Sache, Kenny Baker – R2D2, Anthony Daniels – C-3PO, Greg Proops – Beed, Keira Knightley – Decoy Queen

2 Responses to In Theatres | Star Wars: Episode 1 – The Phantom Menace 3D

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  2. Terence July 27, 2012 at 5:16 am

    Top of the range, very interesting and lovely episode.

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