Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980)Director: Irvin KershnerMusic Director: John WilliamsFilm series: Star WarsBudget: 18 million USDPrimary Release: May 17, 1980 (DC)A 1980 American epic space opera film directed by Irvin Kershner. Leo Breckett and Lawrence Kasdan wrote the script, George Lucas writing stories about this movie and serving as executive producer. The second installment in the original Star Wars trilogy, produced by Gary Cartridge for Lusasphilm Limited, starred Mark Hermil, Harrison Ford, Kerry Fisher, Billy de Williams, Anthony Daniels, David Proyy, Kenny Baker, Peter Meyau and Frank Oz.Star Wars was born three years later. The Latin Skywalker and the rest of the Rebel Alliance are deceitful devotees and emperor-led Alexander Empire. Under the leadership of Magic Master Yodor, Fox is finalizing Wader at the shadow of Han Salo, Princess Leaving Organization and others, with the friends of Luke's Lakes. When Vider Lukas take friends, then Luke must complete his training and be in full Jade Knight, or have to deal with Vider and have to protect them.Following a tough production, Empire Strikes was released back on 21 May 1980. It initially received mixed reviews from critics, but since then the festival festival is becoming one of the critically acclaimed sections of Star Sea's most critically acclaimed; It is now one of the greatest movies of all time. The film has achieved # 3 in the list of the 500 greatest film empire of all time in the 2008 list. It achieved the highest grossing film of 1980 and until date, its original driving force and several re-releases worldwide more than $ 538 million. When adjusted for inflation, it is the second highest grossing sequel and the 13th highest earning film in North America. This film was later released by Jedi Return of the Sequels, which was released in 1983.In 2010, the Library of Congress was elected to preserve the United States National Film Register for being "cultural, historic and aesthetically significant".