Here's my thought on the whole review thing because now it gets to be kind of vexing to see such hatefully negative reviews. I looked up Lisa's Lord of the Rings review and sure enough see showered Lord of the Rings with praises awarding that movie an A. I think that's why I personally will not take her review seriously. If you want to follow the advice of reviwers it is best to stick to the ones that like movies that you generally like. For me Roger Ebert, the late Gene Siskel, Richard Roeper and Joel Siegel give reviews 8 out of 10 times that I can depend on and I want to read there reactions. Peter Travers of Rolling Stone for example does not appeal to my sesibilities in the least. In addition I still don't know why TPM was hated so much. There is so much to appreciate in that film. I actually think that some of the characters should have had more dialog in parts. Jar Jar only gets annoying if you let him. Even Obi-Wan considers him a 'pathetic lifeform.' There are classic, subtle moments in all the Star Wars films that make us go "Wow" or makes our jaws drop and that is what is so sacred to me. RotJ wasn't bad at all for me because at 11 years old Luke Skywalker was my favorite character and RotJ was my favorite. I couldn't wait for him to be on screen igniting his lightsaber or flying his x-wing. I did not like ESB as a kid because not many things went in my heroes'favor. Luke abandoning his training sticks out in my mind for one. In TPM I thought Jar Jar actually had two funny moments ('Steady, Steady' and my 'Tongue is Stuck') but many haters don't want to even give these movies their just deserts. Lucas is hated so much it seems at times simply because his story has been so successful and that is unfair. Reviewers purposely angle their articles pitting the Lucas Empire and his struggles for perfection. How many movies last year were 'perfect'? Or for any year that matter. I think some reviewers are just so jaded and cynical that they are upset that some people experience some joy from watching a Star Wars film over and over and deliberating over the tiniest of details. Don't get me wrong I don't think that George Lucas is a god walking the earth by any means but this is not my story to tell its his and if Lawrence Kasdan refused to work with him on this new trilogy because he believes George should see his vision done his way then I will go into the movie theater on opening day as open minded as I can possibly be. I would be disappointed however if Roger Ebert, Richard Roeper and Joel Siegel do not give the movie a positive review, but hey I liked Liar, Liar when they didn't. At the last go round Roger Ebert gave TPM a very positive review.