Entertainment Earth
Home Authors Posts by Adam D Bram

Adam D Bram

95 POSTS 0 COMMENTS
Adam lives with his wife in Providence, Rhode Island USA (a wife who was gracious enough to allow “Across the Stars” as their wedding processional). Adam plays World of Warcraft, writes and manages the self-indulgent blog “Nilbog’s Storybook Land”, and attempts (often in vain) to complete his novel. He secretly hopes that the production of the new Star Wars films will lead to open auditions.

Book Review: The Star Wars Heresies

During my reemergence as a Star Wars fan, one of the first and few pro-I-III articles I ever read was a little piece called...

The Tragedy Of Representative Binks

Did you ever hear “The Tragedy of Representative Binks”? I thought not. It’s not a story the haters would...

What Measure Is A Tusken?

A young Jedi perches atop a desert canyon in the dead of night. Below lay a camp of nomads, such as the...

A Tale of Two Fetts

I’ve touched before on my opinion of perennial fan-favorite Star Wars character Boba Fett. Namely: The polar opposite of the...

Weapon of Choice

Of all the various and sundry aliens, vehicles, and technology in the Star Wars universe, you’d be hard-pressed to find...

From Senator To Emperor: Part 2

Phase 2 – Emergency Powers: Pop quiz, hotshots. You’ve just managed to weasel your way into the highest seat...

From Senator To Emperor: Part 1

George Lucas has said that the Star Wars Saga is Anakin Skywalker’s story. And it’s not that difficult to see...

Very Fast, Very Dangerous

In around 1998, I fell in love with racing. No, not what they sanction for racing nowadays, with people just taking...

These Federation Types

There are villains that scare you. They show their power, and you know you’d never survive an encounter from them....

Every Angry Bird Has A Beginning

I made this the other day when Rovio Entertainment made their teaser announcement. For those readers who may have problems viewing the...

The Other Skywalker Children

George Lucas is a huge fan of Akira Kurosawa, and one of his favorite Kurosawa films is The Hidden Fortress....

Seven Reasons Why The Phantom Menace Matters

When I posted my May the 4th review of The Phantom Menace, I was shocked – SHOCKED – to discover a comment...

A Measure of Character

I came to a revelation as I was making my Jar Jar June project for my blog. A few months back,...

May the 4th: Epilogue

If you’re reading this, you know the rest of the story so far. George Lucas sold Lucasfilm to Disney in late...

May the 4th: Revenge of the Sith

From hints and notes George Lucas has been sharing since the 70’s, everybody knew pretty much how the...

May the 4th: Attack of the Clones

The Phantom Menace grossed a stupendous amount of money, but many people who were alleged fans were beginning to turn...

May the 4th: The Phantom Menace

George Lucas had finished Star Wars, and it nearly killed him. He wanted to move on, devote his time to...

May the 4th: Return of the Jedi

George Lucas was in a bad way. His marriage was falling apart, and though he had some of...

May the 4th: The Empire Strikes Back

Once A New Hope became a phenomenon, everyone was clamoring for a sequel. The good news was that...

May the 4th: A New Hope

In the mid-‘70s, George Lucas got the idea to make a classic space-opera, like the Buck Rogers serials...

Announcing May the 4th Reviews of the Star Wars Saga

So I was thinking a number of things. 1. How was I going to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Return...

Anatomy of a Scene: Grievous Challenges Kenobi

I got a comment on <A href="/news/news.aspx?newsID=11197"last weeks article from a frequent reader of my blog. This particular...

And We Did All That Without Computers

One of my favorite non-Star Wars films is Jurassic Park, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year and seeing...

Never Give Up, Never Surrender

I had another article planned for this week. It’ll still get here, but I’m pushing it to next week because there’s a very...

East Meets West

My constant line throughout this column is that, where it matters, I-III is exactly the same as IV-VI. It’s on...

Stay Connected

41,914FansLike
662FollowersFollow
15,507FollowersFollow
370SubscribersSubscribe
Entertainment Earth