Possibly the one of the greatest stories ever written. It has a total of 5 movies and 100 or so books as well as hundreds of comics, games, etc. It is often pitted against Star Trek
in flame wars.
Let's watch Star Wars.
George Lucas' cinematic tribute to the "Flash Gordon" serials he loved in his childhood. Packed with references to classic films, it became hugley popular in the late seventies/early eighties, spawning five sequels and a heretofore unprecendented mountain of merchandising. Its success helped to usher in a renewed focus on the teen audience with crowd-pleasing adventures, rather than the downbeat, European-influenced films of the late sixties/early seventies.
A great and mystical story (told in individual chapters, some long some short) that is unknown by many to be actually true.
A long time ago in a galaxy far far away...
The fantastic fantasy saga about the tradgedy of Darth Vader.
The villian who's really the victim.
Made by George Lucas. If you don't know any more about them, I suggest you have a Star Wars marathon and watch them all. Each one is amazing in their own way.
Quote Yoda-Star Wars:
'Do or do not... there is no try.'
'Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering.'
'Pain, suffering, death I fear. Something terrible has happened, young Skywalker is in pain. Terrible pain!'
A movie saga I know way to much about.
Me: Shaak Ti was slaughtered by General Grievous in a deleted seen in Star Wars Episode III on the Invisible Hand.
The Greatest gift given by the 1337 gods.
Starwars Episode 1 - The Phantom Menace
Starwars Episode 2 - Clone Wars
Starwars Episode 3 - Revenge Of The Sith
Starwars Episode 4 - A New Hope
Starwars Episode 5 - The Empire Strikes Back
Starwars Episode 6 - Return Of The Jedi
I just want to note that all the negative definitions about Star Wars on this site all have a lot more "thumbs down" than "thumbs up," while all the definitions that hold Star Wars in a positive manor have a lot more "thumbs up" than "thumbs down."
Let me explain why this is so.
Star Wars is THE GREATEST series of movies to ever exist. It beautifully combines all the genres of film that exist. The only flaw with the series is that George Lucas
has finished the series which means Star Wars is pretty much over and we won't be able to see any more new movies.
Star Wars fucking RULES!!!!