Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope

This was the first episode of the Star Wars series that I watched and I was thoroughly impressed with the level of story displayed through the limited filming capabilities at the time this was produced. Additionally, this is one of the classic sci-fi films that set the standard for all future sci-fi films – following the pattern of unrealistic alien lifeforms, talking robots, superhuman powers, and a futuristic setting. It also left viewers wanting more, which obviously was provided in the years to come. Luke Skywalker lives famously as the young man-turned-master Jedi as Darth Vader still shrouds his past … Continue reading Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope

Jeffrey Katzenberg on “the heartbreaking decline of 3D ”. (Input and Commentary by Jonathan Bibbs)

  I was reading an article on the Hollywood Reporter online on an interesting topic concerning the decline of interest in 3D movies in Theatres. the article was written by Pamela Mcclintock and she or another interviewer converses with DreamWorks … Continue reading Jeffrey Katzenberg on “the heartbreaking decline of 3D ”. (Input and Commentary by Jonathan Bibbs)