A long time ago, great unrest and problems were experienced in taxing the trade routes of distant star systems in a very, very distant galaxy. When Naboo, a small but precious planet, has been blockaded by the greedy Trade Federation, the High President assigns the Jedi Knight to investigate and soothe this environment of conflict and turmoil.
Qui-Gon Jinn (Liam Neeson) and Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor), who travel to the planet Naboo to fulfill their duties from the High President, are welcomed in an unexpected way. For the safety of the planet and its Princess Amidala (Natalie Portman), Jedi Knights meet a small boy, Anakin Skywalker, on a small planet where they have to land to return to Naboo stronger, and Qui, who feels the power in Anakin – Gon Jinn takes Anakin with him.
A movie made for the emergence of dark power and the entrance of Anakin Skywalker is “Star Wars: Hidden Danger”. To evaluate the movie from start to finish and to compare it with three other films made before, “Hidden Danger” is a huge children’s movie. The softness of the action scenes, the juicers reaching disturbing dimensions, and the fact that the subject comes out of a large planetary axis and begins to turn around a small child make the Hidden Danger a children’s movie.