Home How To Shooting How ToShooting Reaction Shots and Vocal Effects in Star Wars By - November 20, 2012 Released in 1977, Star Wars Episode IV ushered in a new era of fast paced, big budget blockbusters. The use of reaction shots, simple vocal effects, a great music score and graphics created the memorable death star destruction scene. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR What is mise-en-scène? An essential filmmaking concept The rule of odds and what it means for your film A beginner’s guide to the dolly shot What are leading lines? The close-up shot: Why it’s so important in cinema What is an establishing shot in film?