Return Of The Jedi, a sub-series of the famous Star Wars movie centers on the invasion of Darth Vader and the Empire, following the imprisonment of Han Solo. Meanwhile a mission is set to free him and stop the Death Star project.
Critics Of "Star Wars: Episode VI - Return Of The Jedi"
Los Angeles Times
December 14, 2015
With this last of the central Star Wars cycle, there is the sense of the closing of a circle, of leaving behind real friends. It is accomplished with a weight and a new maturity that seem entirely fitting, yet the movie has lost none of its sense of fun.
Though the 1983 film's effects seem almost quaint by today's awesome standards, Jedi has something the newer movies don't: characters we care about, not to mention a plot that involves both them and us.
Lucas has once again recycled the B movies of his youth: jungle movies, gangster movies, pirate movies, you name it. He culls bits from them that still have oomph and mounts them with a Sesame-Street zap.
It's everything it ought to be -- glorious, exhilarating, exciting, absorbing, technically wondrous. But there also is something bittersweet in the knowledge that, with Jedi, we are bidding a fond farewell to all of the characters we got to know so well.