Discussion in 'Star Wars' started by Cascador, Jun 9, 2005.
You read my mind....
i just want to say that i love all of the movies, but im more of an action film kinda guy, so with that said you have to go with ROTS. it was the most action packed movie and it held me to the end. I mean its the only film to start off in a battle, and the lightsabers were drawn quicker in ROTS than anyother movie. so i have to go with Ep. 3
I have to admit ROTS did have the best opening in the whole trilogy. You could argue that ANH and the classic star destroyer flying overhead is best, but we've all seen that plenny times before. I love the whole battle sequence, and the music during it is awesome. The drums, ohh the drums!!!!
a new hope, mostly because it was the only one i saw.
Yeah you should really watch the others, lol they are all very good
yeah im planning on it. Just finshed a new hope about 15 minutes ago.
yeah. a while ago i watched all the movies in one day in order. good times there, lol. it was like 15 hours well spent, lol
What *is confused* we have to choose now! oh dear...well i love all of them but id have to Say either ROTS or ROTJ because in ROTS it was real interesting to see Anakin and Obi's relationship and it concludes so much and plus the technology and action rocks in it.
"The Empire Strikes Back".
Not just the best "Star Wars" film, it's also one of the greatest movies ever; I liked everything; Hoth, Dagobah, Cloud City, Vader's Revelation (impressive, the best sequence of complete series), the very ending... Wonderful film, that's how SF should look like. "Return of the Jedi" was ok, but it became just a little bit pathetic near it's ending, plus the beggining was somehow... slow, without that "comeback" feel. However, the final sword fight was my favourite, and the very ending, the very last sequence in the series is still a "throat squeezer" for me.
Return of the Jedi had two major plotlines: The path of the Jedi and the path of the Alliance. The alliance side of the story was stupid with the ewoks (though the final death star assault still amazes me). The Jedi side of the story, however, was excellent. I love the whole story with Luke and Vader and how the one who kills the emperor isn't the one you really think is going to do it.
For me it's a tie between Empire Strikes Back and Revenge of the Sith. I think it's the way that both of them at the climactic points of the film captured you with a kind of sorrow and recognition of deep tradgedy. And then both of them leave you with (assuming you don't know what happens after Episode III) questions unanswered and after all of that tradgedy.
As I have already posted on other forums that must be The Phantom Menace...
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