Star Wars Episode II: Movie review

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Star Wars is a film series created by George Lucas in 2002. Jonathan Hales helped him write it, but he directed the film himself. Episode II named ‘Attack of the Clones ‘ had Antony Daniels, Ewan McGregor, Natalie Portman and Ian McDiarmid as some of the star actors. The 4-star rating film is an epic opera film that captures the romantic story of a Senator and her guard. Episode II is an almost accurate representation of what humans imagine aliens to be.

Episode Summary

The Episode begins with a sensational chase through city canyons and brief scenes of planets and spaceships. It also includes a dialogue by two characters sharing what happened after ‘Episode I’ and helping the audience connect the dots and get the gist of the story. They also discuss the political climate of the Galactic Republic and muse over the political unease and the future of the Galaxy. The characters tell of the Separatist movement led by Jedi Count Dooku that threatens to plunge the Galactic Republic in the civil war.

Senator Padme travels to Coruscant to help the Jedi deal with this threat and ends up surviving and assassination attempt. She is put under the protection of Knight Kenobi and Anakin, his assistant. After a second assassination attempt, Knight Kenobi is assigned to search for the bounty hunter that saved Padme from her would be assassin and Anakin is left to guard her. The two fall in love with each other and the bigger part of the rest of this Episode focus on their romantic relationship. Knight Kenobi finds the bounty hunter and discovers a plot by the Trade Federation to bring an army of Clones to destroy the Galactic Republic. He is captured before he can relay the message to Anakin, but Yodu duels Count Dooku and saves Kenobi, and Anakin from sure death.

Movie Aspects

The dialogue in this film is such a letdown with the characters at the beginning of the film sounding like bickering lawyers instead of the heroes of the romantic fantasy of this Episode. They lack the thrilling and captivating tone that would set the mood for a hopeless romantic to enjoy the film. Padme and Anakin do a good job in bringing out the romance in the film but their dialogue is somewhat flat and almost seems robotic. The romantic lines are such cliches, except for one point when Anakin tells Padme, “I don’t like the sand. It’s coarse, rough and irritating-not like you.” At this point, the film starts to have some uniqueness and authenticity.

On the other side, the photography and computer-generated images are breathtaking, with the strange aliens and towering cities giving one pause. The directing also does a spectacular job of capturing the transformation of the young guard Anakin into the vicious, murderous man.


People have some pretty strange ideas about aliens, and Episode II of Star Wars does their imagination justice, especially compared to Episode I. I would recommend Attack of the Clones for you if you’re a sucker for romance and the ideals of good winning over evil.

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5 Movie Box Horror Films Too Scary to Finish!

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Cinema is one of the most sought after ways to entertain oneself and with the advent of technology; you can easily watch your favourite movie online anywhere and anytime and with movie box, watching movies online has gotten much unruffled. Well, to give your sense some pleasurable nightmares to take your feet off the ground with some gory, blood curdling brutally horror films that will let the blood reek out of your soul and heart.

With movie box app, you are sorted, as all you have to do is download the app on your device and you land into the world of movies, TV shows and videos.  Horror genre instils a lot of excitement and the reason behind is that until today, a fine veil of doubts and vagueness blankets our mind, when it comes super natural elements that coexist and cross our paths time to time.

Horror movies intensify those beliefs, so now that you are looking for some great spine-chilling horror films, here we bring you five movies that have created and set benchmark in this very class. To help you here we bring you top five movies that you can enjoy alone (on your own risk) or with your friends.

List of Top 5 Horror Movies of All Time

When the wind is cold and the sky is dark, then the level of excitement, fear will double up on its own. Next time, when you impetuously want to watch horror movies consider these movies to test your waters.


The number one spot goes to this movie, and the best part is that the intensity of fear with each viewing will get scarier and creepier. The movie revolves around an egomaniac crime writer and his ill wife and the couple moves into the house where horrifying murder took place. A modern classic with balanced amalgamation of exorcism, Halloween, and Psycho- thriller so far is best in horror genera. The movie also hassequel and both the part are available movie box.

The Conjuring

The movie opens with black screen only voices of characters talking about their possessed doll. It is based on the true story with immaculate narratives and the treatment of the all the character is also justified. It is understood that it is one of the top grosser on the box office, the movie also has sequel and its third part is in the production stage.

The Babadook

A deep psychological thriller with double edge sword that comes with terrifying monster who is prowling in the house, and as soon the mother sense she realise there is a baleful manifestation around her. The main character of the movie is mother, son and of course deadly monster (Babadook).

It Follows

A supernatural psychological horror film and the plot revolve around teenage girl Jay, who is chased by a supernatural object followed by a sexual encounter. The concept of movie is amazingly striking, as it narrates howa super natural force lugs out sexual intimacy with a girl (Jay, protagonist of the movie).

Paranormal Activity

It is found footage supernatural horror film and the film revolves around the young couple who are haunted by a supernatural presence in their home. It is based on the true events thus it is will make you jump off the board and you will feel the same sort of presence at your place .

Five movies that we recommend you to watch toexperience the fear, thrill to give your heart pound and come out with fear. Grab your drinks and stuff, switch off the lights and let the fear blow you.

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2005 was the year when Star Wars fans around the world got what was due. The much-deserved closure was delivered with the release of Star Wars Episode 3- Revenge of the Sith. It was going to be an experience of epic proportions, the plot to end all schemes. Expectations were high from the ‘sequel to the prequels’ and boy, did it deliver. A whopping $848 million is no easy feat, but the question is, ‘Who does the movie owe its success to?’ As the Star Wars tradition goes, people came to the opening night, dressed as their favourite characters, spouting dialogues and monologues from the movie and having actual lightsaber fights in parking lots. Sure, it is amusing but also inspiring, watching the passion that drives these people. Inside that hall, the iconic intro music filled the massive room, only to be drained out by the cheers and shouts from the fans standing on their seats. And it is also available on the latest version of ShowBox app, you can get the latest version here. The movie had run its course by the time the credits rolled; it made me think. How would Darth Vader react if he saw his own story? Because if he did, I think he’d be doubtful.


Spoiler Alert! It’s been 13 years since the movie has been out, so it doesn’t really matter at this point of time, but don’t say we didn’t warn you. The plot is set three years post the events of ‘The Clone Wars’. The Jedi Knights are leading a war against The Separatists (Led by General Grievous). The movie starts out with Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor) and his young apprentice Anakin Skywalker (Hayden Christensen) flying around, piloting pew-pew ships, fighting endless hoards of The Separatist minions on a mission to rescue Chancellor Palpatine (Ian McDiarmid) from General Grievous (voiced by Matthew Wood). Upon successfully doing so, Palpatine appoints Anakin as his representative to the Jedi Council, where he is denied the honour of a Jedi Master, which essentially marks the beginning of the fall of Anakin Skywalker. Meanwhile, he is reunited with his wife Padmé Amidala (Natalie Portman), who reveals her pregnancy. To my surprise, Anakin didn’t look very happy by the news, which is explained by Anakin’s vision of Padmé dying in childbirth, worrying him. Palpatine tries to seduce Anakin into accepting the dark side of the force, tempting him with the power to save his loved ones. He is reluctant at first but then finally gives in and becomes Darth Vader in the climax of the film. The movie ends with the birth of Princess Leia and Luke Skywalker, Padmé’s death and Obi-wan going into exile.


As the movie began, it was evident that the CGI had improved multifold since the last two prequels in the series. Space had more depth, the models looked better, and the animations were breathtaking, but in my opinion, it was overused. CGI was used instead of a real-life set a couple of times, which killed the authenticity. It wasn’t all too bad considering Yoda, who started as a rubber toy was now a living CGI character, but still. George Lucas has always been a great story writer and this story is compelling, but his insecurities regarding the plot were greatly visible, especially with the dialogues. The necessity of putting every emotion the characters felt into words, was overkill and the delivery was deadpan, even cheesy and corny at times. The direction was flawed And made everything look emotionless. So much effort was put into choreography that the characters lost the spontaneity of the moments, which made it wooden. The acceptance of the dark side by Anakin was so abrupt that it caught me off guard like someone hit the switch and Bing! Welcome to the dark side. Sure, the movie had its moments as well, like when Grievous pulled out four lightsabers, that one had me jumping, and to hear James Earl Jones reprise his voice for Darth Vader was a treat, but it doesn’t cover up for the flaws of this production.


The force was strong with Episode III when it came to the storyline, but it turned over to the dark side with its production. Anakin deserved a better screen presence, and CGI lost itself in its complexity rather than conveying the depth of the situations. A little emotion in the dialogues would have made this movie the perfect end for the beginning. Nonetheless, it holds steadfast when it comes to being a part of the greatest saga ever written and is a spectacle to watch.

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Star Wars Episode I: Movie Review

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The plot for the movie has been set thirty-two years before the original film released by George Lucas. The movie follows a storyline in which the Jedi Knights and Obi-Wan strive to protect the queen in the quest of securing an end to an interplanetary trade dispute. They are joined by a Skywalker who possesses the extreme powers of the Force. While trying to settle the dispute, they discover the return of mysterious Sith race.The movie is another blockbuster brought to us by the mastermind George Lucas.

It begins thirty-two years before the start of the original storyline, where the trade federation is causing distress to the galactic republic resulting in jamming all communications to the planet Naboo with the intent of capturing the planet using a full-scale invasion. To maintain the normality, the Republic’s supreme chancellor reports the Jedi master (played by Liam Neeson) and Obi-Wan Kenobi (played by Ewan McGregor) to start a negotiation with the federation. During their operation, they meet a young Skywalker (played by Jake Lloyd) as well as the outcast jar-jar-binks and hence begins their adventure. The movie has been set against awesome backdrops.

The characters portrayed in “The Phantom Menace” dwell within a plot which is a tad more complex than many other science-fiction magazines. The dialogue produced by the characters is pretty flat and straightforward which gives it an impression of being seasoned with a quasi-classical formality. There are numerous rules established by George Lucas before planning for the movie, and within these rules, he has scripted a brilliant story. The key development in the movie is the meeting of Master and the young Anakin Skywalker. The Jedi Master immediately upon meeting the kid realizes that the powers are extremely strong around him. This then follows a few quite emotional scenes where Anakin is told to leave his mother and follow the Jedi to train under him. Lucas’ visuals in these scenes are great, and the movie’s energy level as a whole is much more cheerful than before; he refrains from sharing the fact that the future is a dark place.

The movie is filled completely with exhilaration. Almost each and every scene of the movie is filled completely with a sense of discovery, as Lucas tries new effects and ideas in the movie. He gives the viewers a threshold of the new age of epic cinema. A rich usage of digital cinematographic meant that the imagination of the filmmakers would not be limited just to the script. Having a length of 133 minutes, it is a little longer than typical George Lucas film. However, it is worth watching the movie, every second of it. I would gladly rate the movie 4.5 stars out of 5. Whether it is about the storyline, the acting, or the VFX, you are surely going to love almost everything about this movie.

So, in case you have somehow missed this amazing movie of the Star Wars series, I would highly recommend you just to go and watch, or you will miss a legendary movie of its time.

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