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Luke Skywalker returns to his home planet to rescue Han Solo, who is still frozen in carbonite, from Jabba the Hutt . Meanwhile Princess Leia and Lando also plan their own rescue. The three eventually manage to escape with Han and destroy Jabba’s palace in the process. They learn that the Galactic Empire has almost completed a new death star, far worse than the first. They travel to Endor to demolish the shield that is protecting the death star so that they can destroy it.
On Endor they encounter the Ewoks, furry little creatures that live like primitive tribesmen. At first the Ewoks think the newcomers are enemies but when they realise their plan they join with the rebels to destroy the Empire’s death star. Meanwhile Luke, now almost a full-fledged Jedi, has to confront his father to complete his mission.
There is quite a lot of fighting throughout this movie including space ship battles, laser gun and light sabre fights and other scenes such as:
As well, there is a lot that could frighten children in this movie such as:
The main message from this movie is that evil cannot be overcome by evil but can be overcome by good.
Content is age appropriate for children this age
Some content may not be appropriate for children this age. Parental guidance recommended
Content is not age appropriate for children this age
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