34 thoughts on “My Star Wars ranking, for now:

  1. Mark Delsing Yeah. I really enjoyed it with a crowd on Christmas. And then I saw it again to catch anything that I missed, but overall, I’m not really interested in seeing it again.

    Aside from setting up the new trilogy and characters, it’s fairly middle of the road, and a bit dull for me at this point. I agree that the prequels are bad, but they have so many new ideas and were going for something new. The Force Awakens feels like another “revisit” (not quite a reboot) and I’m pretty tired of harvesting nostalgia until there’s nothing left.

    The way Last Jedi subverts that is great. And, from what I hear, that’s why I’m excited about the new Twin Peaks stuff.

  2. at this point. I agree that the prequels are bad, but they have so many new ideas and were going for something new. The Force Awakens feels like another “revisit” (not quite a reboot) and I’m pretty tired of harvesting nostalgia until there’s nothing left. The way Last Jedi subverts that is great. And, from what I hear, that’s why I’m excited about the new Twin Peaks stuff.]]>

  3. I need to revisit Empire. My childhood memory of it was always that it was kind of boring.

    Once Logan is a bit older I’m gonna do the Machete order thing to introduce him. (4, 5, 2, 3, 6).

    I’m not sure when to put rogue one in…possibly after 6 and before 7, 8.

  4. Jason Ambrose Empire is the only Star Wars I own. I just have it on Amazon, ready to be played wherever I am.

    Of course it’s one of my top 5 favorite movies of all time. No other Star Wars or geek anything even gets close to that list.

    Maybe The Thing?