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I think it works because "if you need us" is kind of a message where just because you can grow and find that sometimes the stuff we value is... just stuff, emblematic of the stuff that matters (as seen in the junkyard scene where the junkhoarder tries to turn Sarah into a confused junkhoarder). But it doesn't mean that kids stuff needs to go away forever and there's something of real value we can take away from it, as long as we know where our priorities lie.It's surface message of "don't get burdened by your nostalgia" is subverted at the last minute as Sarah retreats into fantasy for a big dance party ending, but there's also elements in the mise-en-scen of the film that add subtext.
Agreed. And the best thing is, Star Wars does it all in just a hair over two hours.This was my pick for Most Adventury Star War. It really does capture that sense of wondrous adventure. And while the artsy-fartsy nature of cinema the decade prior was important in its own way, it's all a bit dour after awhile and Star Wars made sitting in your seat with your popcorn and your drink and just having a great time for a couple of hours the thing to do on a Saturday afternoon. For that, I am ever greatful to it.