Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace User Reviews

Current Rating: 4.19

Current Rating: 4.19

based on 843 votes and 28 reviews

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  • lightsaber duel was incredable, ray park is phenominal.
  • i really find it very interesting......neil2 "trailblazer"
  • you appreciate this movie after u`ve seen episodes 2 and 3...well done
  • Cant wait when Lucas goes back to finishing this one like he did for the older movies. Kidding its alright shoulda been better.
  • Great story line. Bad acting.
  • i think you movie could be better if you still using those dishes and old effects. you cann`t use the same staff, but yuo are using too many eefectes whit you new movies . you cuold be better; less computer effects and more human think, like your first movies in the 70` you really did something special and massing, you did history. Now my dougther dose betters pictures in computer. use your main and imagination. well, computers are not better then you and you showing something different. are they ?
  • This movie was okay visually, but the plot really sucked. I think Lucas can do a way better job. Episode III looks wicked!
  • LIKE EPISODE 6 IT SUFFERED FROM WEAK ACTION SEQUENCES INVOLVING OVER SUGAR COATED VIOLENCE AND IDIODIC VILLAINS (i.e THE BATTLE DROIDS AND NUTE GUNRAY).BUT OVERALL IT`S STILL A GOOD MOVIE!
  • GOOD BUT THE PLOT AND THE ACTION SEQUENCES WERE A LITTLE WEAK. I HAVE NOTHING AGAINST JAR JAR.
  • the BEST movie made in all of the planet- no the galaxie. t kicked ***

Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace

Genre:  Action/Adventure , Drama , Sci-Fi/Fantasy | Running Time:  131 min.
Release date:  May 19, 1999 | On DVD/VOD:  April 4, 2000

Current rating: Rating: 4.19
based on 843 votes and 28 reviews
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Cast: Ewan McGregor, Liam Neeson, Samuel L. Jackson, Natalie Portman, Jake Lloyd, Ahmed Best, Kenny Baker, Anthony Daniels, Pernilla August, Frank Oz, Ian McDiarmid, Adrian Dunbar, Terence Stamp, Oliver Ford Davies, Ray Park, Warwick Davis, Hugh Quarshie, Madison Lloyd, Brian Blessed, Ralph Brown, Silas Carson, Dhruv Chanchani, Celia Imrie, Andy Secombe, Cin , Khan Bonfils, Alan Ruscoe, Michelle Taylor, Michaela Cottrell, John Fensom, Christina Disilva, Jerome Blake, Nishan Hindes, Nifan Hindes, Keira Knightley