Science fiction you can watch without neccessarily being a nerd.
I watched Star Wars last night and it was awesome as always. Then I went to bed and dreamt of something other than Star Wars. The next morning I went to work and didn't think about Star Wars all day. That night I went to a party and didn't talk about Star Wars once.
by NINny May 04, 2003
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1970's ground breaking space epic later reduced to "Meesaa gonna die! Meesaa gonna die."
Star Wars would be great if it weren't for Jar Jar.
by starscream October 14, 2003
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The best piece of fiction ever created by the human mind. It features the Galactic Empire, the ultimate utopian government. Rule through fear of force, countless uniform troops and star fighters, the most powerful star fleet in the history of the universe, the most organized and correct social structure, cruel and arrogant officers, absolute rule of the Emperor, and finally... the darkest, most militaristic anthem ever.... the Imperial March.
Star Wars represents the ultimate story, evil dictator and his innumerable armies vs. rag-tag rebellion. The ultimate tale of good(Jedi/Luke Skywalker) vs. pure evil(Palpatine).
by Exor January 13, 2004
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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!'
by Jedi Master Luna February 01, 2006
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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.
by Jeff Pidgeon April 01, 2004
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