WOOOOOOOOOOOHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!! VERY NICE FILM! Lots of fun watching this!!!!! padawanNick's bullet list review: THE GREAT!: - Score: Jason Graves is THE MAN! - Sound Engineering: Excellent mix! Dialog was clear, score was at just the right level to convey the mood, just fantastic! - SciFi3D: AWESOME space choreography and cinematography. ROTJ is my favorite movie of all time and I'd have to say that this crew did an incredible job creating their own version of the intense ROTJ style space fights! THE GOOD: - Story Twists: There were several story twists and revelations that really made this fun to watch. (No spoilers here though.) - Cast: Nice acting guys (and gals). There was a lot to pull off here. It looks like everyone had a really good time. Kudos. - Opening Crawl: It doesn't sound like a big deal, but a really good opening crawl is actually very difficult to execute. This felt very balanced, true to the original films' style and dropped the viewer right into the story. Nicely done. - Hovering X-wing: Can't say more without putting in a spoiler, but I really liked that shot. The OK: - Cockpit "Sets": These looked really nice, but the CGI floating out of sync with the action was a bit distracting. Also, the detail of the background didn't seem to be on par with the detail of the outside shots. - Tempo: While the story twists were good, the overall plot was pretty thin and it seemed like the tempo of the film suffered from it. I know this grew from an FX test, but, it seemed like there was a lot of dialog going on that didn't really go anywhere or really add to the story. Even the battles themselves dragged on a bit. The plot twists, acting and SciFi3D FX save the tempo from being bad by filling the gaps with fun stuff to watch, but I still felt like some scenes were really dragging along. The Bad: - Details, Details, Details. You guys clearly put soooo much time, effort and creativity into making this FANTASTIC film, I really hate to bring this up, but still, this is a review.... There were a lot of really distracting details that got by. I am in no way saying that I could ever produce a film this good myself, but given the high quality of the other aspects of the film, many of these details really stood out, including: - Car driving by in background of saber fight. - Picnic area roof in park background. - Light shining on front of lice action pilots, then cut to outside shot with light coming from behind ships. - "New technology" X-wings looked pretty beat up already. (When I saw the post about x-wings being new, I started hoping we'd see some nice shiny chromium x-wings. sorry.) There were more, but you guys at Icicle probably already know them better than I do. I had a couple other minor gripes about the film, but none of what is left is really worth bringing up here. Icicle: feel free to PM me if you want to here about 'em. Overall, this was a truly fantastic fan film with a real epic feel. The score is the best I've ever heard in a fan film that didn't use John Williams. Lots of fun to watch!!!!! Congrats on completing such a monumental task! Thanks for sharing! Have fun!