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"The baby of the prophecy?" asked Kael. "The one who would destroy you?" "I
need that baby alive," said Bavmorda. "I must perform the ritual that will send the
child's spirit into oblivion. Find her!" "I don't need his help, Mother!" cried Sorsha.
In the doorway stood General Kael, second only to Sorsha in Bavmorda's army.
In one hand he gripped a scowling Willow. In the other he clutched Elora. "Liar!"
Sorsha shouted at Madmartigan. Then everyone lunged at once — and the tent ...
Across the courtyard, she knew, the cruel General Kael was ordering his soldiers
to their deaths in the service of Bavmorda's evil. Sorsha winced as she thought of
her mother's terrifying, unforgiving temper. Then she thought of Madmartigan, ...
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Okay, it was fun back in the day. But now the special effects are ludicrously simplistic, the plot is oblivious to any kind of rationality, and the characters are achingly stereotypical. The best ... Read full review
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This epic Lucasfilm fantasy serves up enough magical adventure to satisfy fans of the genre, though it treads familiar territory. With abundant parallels to Star Wars, the story (by George Lucas ... Read full review