“Star Wars” ignited Hollywood’s digital revolution when George Lucas made 1999’s “Star Wars: Episode 1 - The Phantom Menace” the first movie played on digital projectors and 2002’s sequel “Attack of the Clones” the first movie shot entirely digitally. Show More Summary
Back in 2005, Rolling Stone and Salon jointly published a lurid story, "Deadly Immunity," by Robert Kennedy Jr. in which he claimed that the mercury-based vaccine perservative thimerosal was creating an epidemic of autism and other neurological disorders among children in the United States. Show More Summary
The Star Wars animated series have been some of the best Star Wars material fans have enjoyed in years. Yeah, I’m looking at you Phantom Menace. This Fall fans will be introduced to Star Wars: Rebels, the latest Star Wars animation incarnation. One critical factor in the success of the Star Wars mythos is a […]
If there's one film project that will make sci-fi nerds collapse to the floor and start twitching... it's The Phantom Menace. But if there are two, the second is Guillermo del Toro's At the Mountains of Madness, an H.P. Lovecraft passion...Show More Summary
If you loved The Empire Strikes Back and were too old for the Ewoks in Return of the Jedi but really hated Jar-Jar in The Phantom Menace and thought maybe Revenge of the Sith could've been worse...
The "Sleeping Beauty" riff "Maleficent" is another overproduced summer spectacular, released into a world that has too many. It's has sub-"Phantom Menace" landscapes and creatures, a bombastic and unmemorable score, and the sorts of chaotic images and fast cutting that signify a lack of true filmmaking imagination. Show More Summary
It's not quite 'The Phantom Menace', but here is the title for the upcoming 'Man of Steel' sequel. The post ‘Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice’ is The New Title for the ‘Man of Steel’ Sequel appeared first on The Good Men Project.
"Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace" had its 15th anniversary on Monday, May 19. While images of Darth Maul and his double-sided lightsaber certainly come to mind, all good things from the first installment of the prequel trilogy...Show More Summary
Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace was released on May 19, 1999 and it’s turning 15 today. The first installment of the prequels trilogy had a lot to live up to at the time of release, following the massive success of the originals, the first of which — A New Hope — was released
We knew from the start that The Phantom Menace was not a Great Movie. It wasn’t even a good one, arguably; when it hit theaters 15 years ago today, the prequel was greeted with such ringing praise as … Read More
. Alexander Lowe looks at the "phantom menace", the subtle war of words and pictures being waged against GLBT people. The post Gay Propaganda Wars: Russia & the Ukraine appeared first on The Good Men Project.
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When I saw Star Wars Journeys: The Phantom Menace for sale on the App Store, I didn't think much of it. It bills itself as an interactive storybook, where you can relive the story of Star Wars Episode 1 through gorgeous renderings and an audio...
Attack of the Clones is arguably worse than The Phantom Menace (although after talking to the rest of team Geekosystem just now, I'm apparently the only one who will argue that.) Screen Junkies give it the trailer it so richly deserves with their latest Honest Trailer. It's the most enjoyable this movie has ever been.
The Phantom Menace. Attack of the Clones. Revenge of the Sith. A New Hope. The Empire Strikes Back. Return of the Jedi. And now..The Ancient Fear? That's the working title for Star Wars Episode VII — at least, according to Harry Knowles, the well-sourced veteran movie blogger and proprietor of Ain't It Cool News. Show More Summary
We say goodbye to April showers and welcome May, with the flowering of some great new apps in the App Store. Just in time for the fourth, the Star Wars franchise brings us a new type of game with Star Wars Journeys: Phantom Menace. Games...Show More Summary
The Phantom Menace launched with playable pod racing. Disney and Lucasfilm have launched the first episode in an series of 'Star Wars Journeys' apps for iOS. Click here to read the full article
A great sale on KOTOR isn't the only Star Wars-related iOS news today, as Disney has also released a brand new app/game called Star Wars Journeys: The Phantom Menace [$6.99]. It's broken up into two main parts: an interactive visual storybook that retells the tale of Episode I: The Phantom Menace, and a pod racing
Thanks for checking out our Twitch.tv stream! Be sure to load the full article if you want to participate in chat or find other relevant links to the stream. We got an odd surprise today through a brand new Disney Star Wars game, titled Star Wars Journeys: The Phantom Menace [$6.99]. It just went up