Previously on MovieFanFare, I’ve discussed how “it just ain’t summer without Burt” from Hooper is the best movie tagline of all time. But I realize that it also speaks to a larger issue: There are some films that people almost…Read more →
Siskel And Ebert Stand Up for Star Wars
Some context: In May of 1983, Return of the Jedi was released, concluding the original Star Wars trilogy and raking in millions of dollars in movie tickets and merchandising. As successful as the film was, it still had some detractors….Read more →
How Did Audiences Respond to Star Wars in 1977? Find Out Here!
Time travel is possible. Think about it for a second. Thanks to the magic of the Internet, you can experience things you either weren’t around for the first time or want to go and relive. With the May the Fourth…Read more →
May the Fourth Be With You! Check Out Our Star Wars Archives!
Today is that greatest of Internet Holidays, Star Wars Day! May the Fourth (a play on “may the Force be with you”) is a time for fans of George Lucas‘ rousing sci-fi space epic to come together to discuss the…Read more →
Check Out These Great Collectibles Available from Movies Unlimited
Be it action figures, Funko POP! releases, or other must-have products, Movies Unlimited has the collectibles you crave. We invite you to check out the latest products here, and enter a world of toy and collectible entertainment. From Spider-Man to…Read more →
Create-A-Caption: Star Wars: The Last Jedi
Star Wars: The Last Jedi. The most divisive of all of the Star Wars films is highlighted by Mark Hamill‘s return to the franchise (not counting his brief cameo in Star Wars: The Force Awakens). Naturally then, we wanted to…Read more →
Poll: What’s Your Favorite Star Wars Movie?
Since today is May 4th (as in “May the Fourth Be With You”) we wanted to give you the opportunity to once again vote for your favorite movie set a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. Which…Read more →
Celebrating the Life of “Star Wars” Producer Gary Kurtz: 1940-2018
Gary Kurtz changed the galaxy. Sure, that may sound a bit over-the-top, but the 78-year-old film producer who died in 2018 following a battle with cancer is one of the primary forces who helped make George Lucas‘ Star Wars the…Read more →
Looking Back at Over 40 Years of The Empire Strikes Back
In May of 1980, the second Star Wars film, The Empire Strikes Back, hit theaters. As impossible as it may seem from today’s point of view, the film was considered risky at the time and there was no guarantee that…Read more →
Songs from a Galaxy Far, Far Away: The Star Wars Musical That Never Was
I’ve got a bad feeling about this. The late 1990s were a dark time for Star Wars fans. The release of Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace had audiences realizing that George Lucas’ outer space saga was far from…Read more →