Star Wars: The Return of the Jedi

Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi marked the end of the original Star Wars trilogy when it was released in 1983. The space-opera movie was directed by Richard Marquand and was starred by Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, and Carrie Fisher.


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Age rating:
PG-13
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Age rating:
Mark Hamill , Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Billy Dee Williams Anthony Daniels
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Director:
Richard Marquand
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Duration:
2h 12m

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Genre:
Sci-Fi, Action
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Release date:
1983-05-25

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    Anonymous
    January 2, 2018
    "I love the Star Wars series. My favorite movie so far is Star Wars: The Return of the Jedi. It's a classic and I'll always love the classics the best over the new films. It's the third and final part of the Star Wars trilogy (or at least it was back in the day). I love the characters, especially Han Solo and Darth Vader. The cinematography is amazing and I love the music. The story is what makes this movie, though. It's a movie that should be viewed by everyone, even if they don't like sci-fi films, I think they will love this movie."
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    Anonymous
    June 20, 2018
    "Before you kids had Jar-Jar Binks, we had the Ewoks. Those stupid, death teddy bears were the mascot of that time. They were so abused as the Minions, they had their own TV series and movie spinoffs! But at least they're cuter than the Minions. Anyway, George Lucas cranked it up by adding a lot of creatures, from Jabba the Hut to the Sarlacc that ate Bobba Fett! A movie with the labor of love."
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    Anonymous
    June 11, 2018
    "If Empire Strikes Back is the greatest Star Wars movie of all time, then Return of the Jedi isn't really far behind. And I am not surprised to see this land second on this list. Good triumphs over evil. Darth Vader is redeemed. Luke finally masters the Force. What send-off could have been better for a trilogy loved by many. "
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    Anonymous
    June 6, 2018
    "Star Wars: The Return of the Jedi is the last movie in the original Star Wars trilogy. I loved how this movie tried to tie up its loose ends with Luke and Leia being brothers and sisters (this reveal only fails by comparison with Empire), and with Leia learning that Darth Vader is also his father."
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    Anonymous
    July 11, 2018
    "This only fails in comparison with Episode 5. Carrie Fisher really took on a major role here. She's no longer the damsel in distress and proved that she was an able fighter. That said, as the trilogy came full circle, Princess Leia's role also has gone full circle. And Carrie was in her best form here."
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    Anonymous
    November 27, 2017
    "Star Wars is a franchise that has influenced and entertained multiple generations. One of the best of the series is The Return of the Jedi. It's one of the all time classics of cinema, and I can't recommend it highly enjoy. It's a wonderful and fun movie."
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    Anonymous
    November 30, 2017
    "This movie is undeniably a classic and a great conclusion to the original trilogy. Definitely one of Harrison Ford's best and most memorable roles, if you haven't seen it yet I can't recommend it enough."
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