Starring: Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Carrise Fisher, Billy Dee Williams, Anthony Daniels, Peter Mayhew, Ian McDiarmid, James Earl Jones (voice), David Prowse, Kenniny Baker
The final chapter of the Star Wars Series shows Luke Skywalker (Hamill) completing his training to become a Jedi Knight. The last step for him to become what he had always dreamed of becoming is to confront his own father, Darth Vader (voice by Jones, acting by Prowse). The Emperor of the Dark Side (McDiarmid) is building another Death Star, more dangerous and more strong than the previous one. Luke and Leah (Fisher) rescue Captain Han Solo (Ford) and bring him back to life before finally planning an attack on the Death Star. Meanwhile, The Emperor and Darth Vader and laying a cunning trap for Luke and secretly plan to bring him to the dark side. Being the ultimate battle of good over evil, the movie has a highly predictable plot and nothing really amazes you. Everything else seems very familiar and the movie fails in creating an identity of its own. However, it manages to carry forward the plot from the previous movies well and you don't feel as if you have lost touch. A great watch for the Star Wars fan but may seem too familiar to everyone else.
Thumbs up: Special effects for a movie of its era
Thumbs down: Predictable plot