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5/31/2004 -- A new fan fiction has been posted. Visit our Fan Fiction department to read our touching and powerful tale about Tahiri Veila, and her struggle to come to terms with Anakin Solo's death in, "The Touch".

5/23/2004 -- Another character image has been added to our Logan Chronicles audio drama section. This time it is the rebellious stormtrooper, Algar!

5/18/2004 -- The first character image has been added to our Logan Chronicles audio drama section. Stop by and take a look at the first character to come to life: Logan!

5/14/2004 -- Well, our behind-the-scenes look at The Lost Patrol has finally concluded. Read about the post-production process and my final thoughts on the project. Stay tuned, however, as a major addition will be coming soon to The Lost Patrol section.


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Movie Reviews

I have always been a fan of the "Star Wars" films. They were inspiring and exciting. I can easily say that they have influenced my interest in films, and my pursuit to be a filmmaker. And while I have changed over the years, my appreciation for the films have not.

Below you can find my list of the movies in order of best to worst. You may disagree with my comments, and if you do, then feel free to e-mail me and let me have it. Or, you may find some truth in what I say. If you do, feel free to let me know that, too.

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1. Episode V
The Empire Strikes Back
This film, the second in the trilogy, is easily the best. With a darker tone and better dialogue than the previous film, the characters are made more interesting -- plus they begin to grow and develop in this film, after being little more than 2-dimensional charicatures in "Star Wars" -- and the action and special effects are more impressive.
2. Episode IV
A New Hope
What I always found to be the most attractive aspect of this film is the idea that one young teenager in the middle of nowhere turns into the ultimate hero. I could easily imagine myself as Luke, becoming swept up in great events which would eventually take me far, far away on adventures in space.
3. Episode VI
Return of the Jedi
About twelve years ago or so, I purchased a book which contained the novelizations of all three stories. The cover is glossy black, with an image of Darth Vader. I remember looking at this cover, and suddenly it hit me. I had always thought that the title meant simply that Luke had become a Jedi, thus, the Jedi had returned. But -- now I don't know if this is what Lucas really meant, but it's simply something I never thought of prior -- I suddenly realized that it meant something else.
4. Episode I
The Phantom Menace
When I saw that most movie critics were unilaterally panning and attacking "Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace," a small part of me got slightly worried that the flick would be a disappointment. But those fears ended after I finally got the chance to see it for myself.
5. Episode II
Attack of the Clones
With "The Phantom Menace", I was left with mixed feelings. The writer/director in me hated what Lucas had done. The horrible SPX with the Nemoidians, the bad dialogue, the poor story. But, unlike most, I didn't have my hopes that high. When I saw Yoda in the first trailer, I had a sinking feeling in my stomach. I knew from that moment on that this movie had no chance in hell of standing up to the hype. And it didn't.

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