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  • Summary: The "Star Wars" movies have sold more tickets and made more money than any other film in history. Now, this documentary goes deep into what drives this phenomenon. What was it about these movies that inspired so many people? (Morning Star Productions)
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  1. Reviewed by: Merle Bertrand
    70
    In the end, A Galaxy Far, Far Away shadows its parent films in that it's just good clean fun for the whole family.
  2. 50
    Jalil penetrates a carnivalesque subculture of self-reinvention and obsession, emotional need and materialist greed, with a camera that is, by turns, cruel, kind and incisive.
  3. Of all the various low-budget documentaries chronicling the Star Wars phenomenon, Tariq Jalil's is certainly the most recent. There's not a whole lot else to say about it.
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