Argumentative Essay About Star Wars

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Star Wars Star Wars is an epic space movie series created by George Lucas that has come to be loved by many. The film portrays the adventures of an assortment of characters “a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away”. The first movie of the continuously running series was released in May of 1977, with the most recent released in December of 2015. This artifact selection is focusing on the first released trilogy, Episode IV: A New Hope (1977), The Empire Strikes Back (1980), and Return of the Jedi (1983). These three movies were critically acclaimed, and adored by a multitude of fans.
The main focus, and hero of the saga, is Luke Skywalker. Luke is introduced as a young boy living on a lackluster planet, yearning of a life of excitement and adventure. He lives with his aunt and uncle, and it’s apparent that Luke does not know of his mother and father. Early in Episode IV: A New Hope, Luke’s uncle purchases two droids, and it’s through the two droids that he hears of a mission needing to be completed. He embarks on his adventure, and it’s made known to the audience that while Luke is adventurous and heroic at times, his immaturity and stubbornness get …show more content…

A group of Storm Troopers, the army created by the Empire, forces itself into the starship and takes over the ship and the crew. Darth Vader enters the scene, trying to figure out if the ship had any information he wanted. Princess Leia is able to get away from the situation, and takes the documents that Darth Vader is searching for with. Although unable to get away, she is able to send out a plea for help in droid R2-D2, who escapes with his other droid friend, C3PO. They land in a desert, and happen upon Luke Skywalker after being purchased by his uncle. Luke sees Leia’s plea for help, and sets out to find Obi-Wan Kenobi, or Ben Kenobi, who Leia references to in her

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