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After destroying the Death Star space station, Luke escapes with his companions. Rebels stationed in Hoth, while Luke and his robot R2-D2 are looking to the planet Dagobah to find the Master Jedi Yoda. Darth Vader and the Empire army are beginning to arrest the rebels.
CRITICS OF "Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back"
It is technically even more proficient [than Star Wars], has virtually the same ingredients and bursts forth into a world that still seems ripe for its special blend of nostalgically simple story-telling and complicated technology.
Despite a couple of drawbacks, the Empire Strikes Back is an immense amount of fun -- big and splashy and breathtaking in its display of cinematic genius by a huge group of marvelously talented people.
The Empire Strikes Back is no bland derivative. It has all the freshness and exuberance of an original. A marvellous space fantasy full of dazzling spectacle, exciting adventure, strange creatures and the mythic clash between good and evil.