Favorite Star Wars movie

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Re: Favorite Star Wars movie

Postby Krikey » Sat Dec 19, 2015 8:46 pm

My favorite Star Wars movie is the and only The Phantom Menace.






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Re: Favorite Star Wars movie

Postby DoinItForTheFame » Sun Dec 20, 2015 1:06 am

From what I have heard the new Star Wars is by far the best. . .

With that being said, I have never seen ANY of the Star Wars, and I will only be going to see this one because my partner loves Star Wars. . . Hopefully it's a decent movie.
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Re: Favorite Star Wars movie

Postby Nrthwnd » Mon Dec 28, 2015 2:21 pm

Our favourite is/was clearly the 4th one, released in 1977.

And we saw it in a full theater in San Franciso, sitting up in the balcony's
first row, because that is all that was left for us. We waited in line for at least
one hour, which we think isn't long compared to today, and how the geeks all
queued (waaay too early) for the new one, heh.

And when the Opening Scroll rolled up the screen, there was major cheering from the main floor!
Clearly a few of these peeps had seen it before. We think. :wink: It sounded awesome and just
pushed up our adrenaline more, and the movie hadn't even started, yet!

Anyway, it was clearly The Star Wars Highlight for us, for all these years, and we never saw any
of the rest of them like that, again.

As for the new one, we'll be seeing it in a few weeks. :)
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Re: Favorite Star Wars movie

Postby GCI Wooden » Mon Dec 28, 2015 3:01 pm

gisco wrote:Although Han did shoot first!

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I, personally, like The Force Awakens the most.
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Re: Favorite Star Wars movie

Postby VF15 » Thu Dec 31, 2015 11:36 pm

1) The Force Awakens
2) A New Hope
3) The Empire Strikes Back
4) Return of the Jedi
5) Revenge of the Sith
6) The Phantom Menace
7) Attack of the Clones
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Re: Favorite Star Wars movie

Postby thecoasterdude » Fri Jan 01, 2016 7:37 am

Empire Strikes Back, it's almost a perfect movie, and the movies ending would probably be one of the best movie endings ever, since the Vader vs Luke duel was amazing, and that Vader reveals that he is Luke's father at the end. Great movie.

Here's how I would rank them in order:

7- The Phantom Menace
6- Attack of the Clones
5- Return of the Jedi
4- Revenge of the Sith
3- The Force Awakens
2- A New Hope
1- Empire

And the reason why I picked a sequel over an original was because I actually enjoyed "Sith" more. It's the story of how Anakin transitioned to the dark side. And although that it might be the most intense and darkest Star Wars movie so far, it definitely packs a punch, probably more than "Jedi" did. Honestly, I thought that "Jedi" was great, but I just think "Sith" is a WEEE bit better.
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Re: Favorite Star Wars movie

Postby CP Maverick » Sun Jan 10, 2016 11:56 pm

Weird, I never noticed this thread. That would have been useful for those curious about the new one back in early December!

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3. The Force Awakens
4. Return of the Jedi
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8. Revenge of the Sith
9. Attack of the Clones
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Re: Favorite Star Wars movie

Postby cfc » Mon Jan 11, 2016 8:10 am

Here's how I rank them:

The Empire Strikes Back
A New Hope
The Force Awakens
Return of the Jedi
Revenge of the Sith
Attack of the Clones
The Phantom Menace

I enjoyed Force Awakens--it was wise to use as many practical effects as possible as opposed to nothing but CGI. The movie felt more "real" than the three "prequels."
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