Plastic Galaxy: The Story of Star Wars Toys

Plastic Galaxy: The Story of Star Wars Toys

Plastic Galaxy explores the ground breaking and breathtaking world of 'Star Wars' toys. Through interviews with former Kenner employees, experts, authors, and collectors, the documentary looks at the toys' history, influence, and the passions they elicit today.

When Star Wars landed in the theaters, it introduced audiences to a galaxy filled with heroes and villains, robots and space ships, and a dizzying variety of alien life. But when the lights... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Plastic Galaxy: The Story of Star Wars Toys torrent reviews

Jonathan A (it) wrote: Fincher brings the viewer on another edgy psychological ride with a great performance from affleck.

Luke G (it) wrote: The plot is basically the same as the first Protector. The elephant gets abducted again just like before and Tony Jaa sets out for revenge and to get his elephant back. In my opinion the first Protector was better, and if you haven't seen it yet, then do so. the protector 2 is the same movie except the fight scenes are dull then the first one.

Jeff H (fr) wrote: A must for Farley fans, a gamble for anyone else.

Praveen D (ca) wrote: The Battle of Algiers is more than a mere film. Mind you, as far as filmmaking technique goes, it is a film of a thousand achievements. There is a perfect balance between the documentary voice of comment, and the telling of the tale. The two are interwoven in a masterly way, so where one leaves off, the other seamlessly begins. They coalesce perfectly to a powerful, potent and persuasive whole. When you consider what an intractable subject something like this is, these achievements (purely of filming technique) take on a higher quality. That said, it is a hugely influential film. The entrails of revolution, the tacit code and motifs of insurrection, are all on display here for students of such, and generally for all of us, pretty much. The scenes showing the power and dynamics of huge masses of people are vivid and rousing- a fine achievement. Make no mistake about it, this is a film which will grip you and hold you by the collar and ask decisions of you. A film of rare quality to be remembered, treasured and seen, as a valuable portrait and document of the times for posterity.

Chrisanne S (it) wrote: Great screwball! The cast is perfect, the humor is pure Sturges, and the truth behind the story is thought-provoking. The "welcome-home" scene is the best with Pangborn going understandably insane.

Samantha M (fr) wrote: I find Blue Streak quite entertaining. I've watched multiple times and find it hilarious every single time.

Nick P (es) wrote: I REALLY wanted to enjoy this great concept of a movie...but by god is it ever bad. The moments that need to be executed intelligently, are just half-assed, leaving the massive amounts of disturbing scenes unjustified. The filmmaker is having too much fun with this and it shows through the acting and cinematography. Very disappointed.

Jeffrey N (au) wrote: This highly-regarded, classic film of a movie executive wanting to make a film showing the gritty, realism of Depression-era America needs to be watched in the context of the year it was released and compared against anything at the time. Otherwise, it's importance and the respect it deserves is easily overlooked. Upon the screen of a 2012 audience, the movie may seem average and so dated as to be misunderstood. However, it is a dark comedy, one of the first of its kind, and should be noted for how gritty and honest it truly is, especially for 1941. Since I've been watching a lot of classic films lately, it was easy to notice how the "language" and "attitude" of this film is definitely cutting-edge compared to its contemporaries. John Sullivan applies the "method" manner of film development by taking on the persona of a homeless, every-day man in order to obtain the feel of how his audiences were dealing with real life. Comedy and drama ensue, but eventually, he learns more than he bargained for.

Cody W (br) wrote: I was at least a little scared. What else do you want out of modern day cheap horror flick?