The stormtrooper is one of the iconic images of the Star Wars film saga, and this gif takes you through the three major variations between the prequel, original and sequel trilogies.
The Star Wars Prequel trilogy flat out sucks: it’s the one thing that’s holding most fans back from super high expectations for the next Star Wars trilogy. That said, there are ways to redeem them, and one editor has made some edits that make them watchable.
Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones is universally considered the worst Star Wars film. Upon rewatching it, it’s hard to disagree—but you do see lots of what George Lucas was trying to do. Most of which was unsuccessful. Welcome to our Star Wars movie rewatch!
When I decided to wait outside the Ziegfeld Theater in May 2002 for Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, I hoped to be part of history. That happened—but it wasn’t how I expected.
Little Golden Books are those iconic illustrated books that just about everyone read and owned as children. They’ve covered everything from Grimm’s Fairy Tales to other classic stories. Now, they’re adding a new set of classics to their collection: Star Wars.
Remember this epic, 70-minute video review of Star Wars: Episode I? Well, at long last the followup review of Episode II is out, and it's everything you hoped it would be and more.
He annihilated The Phantom Menace in 70 minutes. He lamabasted Avatar in 18. Well, Mr. Plinkett is back, and he's set his crosshairs on Attack of the Clones with this epic, nine-part review. May God have mercy on our souls.
Boba Fett actor Daniel Logan is reprising the role for Star Wars: The Clone Wars. But this time he's pissed, and looking for the blood of Mace Windu. Maybe now we'll finally see why Boba should be feared. [USA Today]
Just as you finish up your t(of)urkey leftovers, we thought we should share some movie leftovers with you. Say, 40 deleted scenes from movies like Star Wars, The Dark Knight and Star Trek? Click through for excised joy.
Luke's Original Intro from A New Hope:
NiceKirk shares a tender moment with MeanKirk, who's worn extra eyeliner just for the occasion, in this clip from the Star Trek episode "The Enemy Within." You just know they stopped by Kirk's quarters for some nookie on their way to get merged back into one person. But what if Roger Korby's robot Kirk, and the…