Name the Star Wars Movies

Can you name the subtitles of the nine "Star Wars" episodes?
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Last updated: December 3, 2019
First submittedAugust 16, 2015
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Year
Episode
Subtitle
1977
4
A New Hope
1980
5
The Empire Strikes Back
1983
6
Return of the Jedi
1999
1
The Phantom Menace
2002
2
Attack of the Clones
2005
3
Revenge of the Sith
2015
7
The Force Awakens
2017
8
The Last Jedi
2019
9
The Rise of Skywalker
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Level 73
Aug 18, 2015
Boom! Nerd game is strong...
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Level 30
Apr 25, 2020
can you please add solo and rogue one
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Level 66
Aug 25, 2015
60 or 90 seconds are enough for that quiz...
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Level 68
Dec 10, 2017
I find it amusing that a pop culture quiz with 8 answers gets 4 minutes but on the same front page you have a top 10 states quiz with only 90 seconds on its clock. I don't see how this is considered fair.
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Level 82
Dec 11, 2017
Because if you're given enough time, you can use trial and error to guess every single state before the time runs out.
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Level 51
Aug 27, 2015
Make it 20 seconds next time.
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Level 49
Dec 18, 2015
Come on, Ace, I thought you had a challenge for me.
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Level 52
Dec 19, 2015
New England clam chowder.
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Level 48
Dec 21, 2015
Is that the RED?... or the WHITE?
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Level 55
Mar 16, 2017
I can never remember that...
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Level 47
Apr 18, 2017
New England is white. Manhattan is red.
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Level 56
Dec 18, 2015
i knew 4. never watched any.
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Level 67
Dec 18, 2015
I've never watched any either, but I got them all from seeing them on Jetpunk. You certainly get a return on these quizzes eventually.
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Level 15
Dec 21, 2019
I seen some of them
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Level 49
Dec 18, 2015
I got a perfect 5/7.
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Level 73
Dec 18, 2015
Ha ha! Stop it, Rob !
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Level 28
Dec 18, 2015
finished with 3:10 left
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Level 45
Aug 9, 2018
3:22 and that AFTER The Last Jedi was added
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Level 55
Dec 21, 2019
Finished with 3:09 left... but I gave up.
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Level 66
Dec 19, 2015
The top answers and answer distribution are certainly interesting!
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Level 62
Dec 20, 2015
What's the difference between Star Wars and Star Trek anyways?
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Level 43
Jan 22, 2016
I only seen Star Wars movies but Star Trek and Star Wars are completely different franchises and universes.
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Level 82
Dec 10, 2017
There's a lot of differences. You can check it out here
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Level 79
Dec 19, 2017
Star Wars is fantasy. Star Trek is science fiction.
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Level 33
May 29, 2019
Star Wars is science fantasy, not fantasy. Science fantasy contains elements of both science fiction (e.g. lightspeed spaceships) and fantasy (e.g. the force).
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Level 79
Jul 22, 2019
science is an element of science fiction. Not spaceships. And Star Wars has none of that. It's fantasy.
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Level 55
Sep 24, 2019
It has technological advancements beyond ours and magic (the force), science fantasy just has to have fantastical elements added to it which are unrealistic, it doesn't have to have scientific explanations for how all the things work. Its absolutely not science fiction, but science fantasy isn't bound by the same constraints.
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Level 80
Oct 9, 2019
I don't remember any science in Star Trek.
Laser guns called phasers, fantasy in their form: (Star Wars blasters).
Going faster than the speed of light, debatably fantasy: Warp speed (Star Wars hyper space)
Star Trek had the transporter, which just plain makes no scientific sense.
There's very little"science" fiction that applies any science at all. Hell, A Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy mentioned more science than Star Trek.
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Level 66
Oct 16, 2019
@someone if the science in science fiction made sense, it would be science fact ;)
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Level 80
Oct 22, 2019
So what's the difference between Star Wars and Star Trek in the science department then? They both use the same fake science.
My favorite: noise in space.
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Level 44
Dec 4, 2019
Star Wars is a space opera and has elements of sci fi and fantasy, I don't think it makes sense to separate Wars and Trek just based on that
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Level 79
Dec 4, 2019
Badly written or badly executed science fiction (sound FX in space) is still science fiction. If the story is set in a possible future and at least attempts to be realistic and muse on possible real effects of technological development into the future on society, culture, and so on, this is science fiction. If the story is set a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away and features wizards, virgin births, and princesses... this is fantasy. It's not that ambiguous.
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Level 66
Oct 16, 2019
I dont think it was a serious question. Funny how people gaves serious responses, and actually not spuming with hate and arrogance as is often the case on this site (well, hardly anyway. Atleast not the star wars star strek flame war you would expect and the original poster probably was hoping for)
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Level 44
Dec 4, 2019
yeah thought it was an ironic question, otherwise that's kind of sad ngl
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Level 13
Dec 21, 2015
Just like Darth Vader said himself, "All too easy."
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Level 23
Dec 21, 2015
Pshhh... 100% with 3:15 left
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Level 49
Mar 7, 2017
3:41 here, my dude.
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Level 43
Dec 27, 2015
Why are they in a weird order? Threw me off 4/7
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Level 43
Jan 22, 2016
It's ordered chronologically by release date.
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Level 45
Apr 25, 2016
how is it possible that there is not a single film in this quiz that didn't get 100%????
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Level 71
Jul 1, 2016
Not everyone lives and breathes Star Wars or even gives it much thought.
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Level 66
Oct 16, 2019
All of them actually didnt get 100%
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Level 72
Aug 23, 2016
Which is the one with the Klingons?
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Level 14
Jun 2, 2017
Are you kidding me frindlay.....
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Level 14
Jun 2, 2017
*findlay
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Level 58
Dec 11, 2017
I'm pretty sure he was trolling. Also you might want to change that name since Kylo Ren is pretty much the canon Darth Caedus ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
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Level 33
Sep 16, 2016
Should be about 60 seconds long
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Level 67
Sep 20, 2016
There are actually only 4 Star Wars films. It's strange that The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith are on this list since they are a trilogy of Adam Sandler comedy movies.
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Level 68
Sep 21, 2016
Yeap. The prequels are abominations.
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Level 55
Nov 22, 2016
Prequels? What prequels?
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Level 47
Apr 18, 2017
Can we get a "like" button, please? Sirlandlord and burntfrost definitely deserve it.
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Level 14
Jun 2, 2017
You dare call the prequels abominations? Rogue one is technically a prequel, so HAH!
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Level 68
Oct 27, 2017
Ohh Darthcaedus66 pedantry how jolly original AND funny. Rolls his eyes. For the record, I don't think Rogue One is anything special, but it is head and shoulders above those three abominations that are commonly known as the prequels.
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Level 75
Dec 11, 2017
I hear this a lot but that was actually the moment when i became Star Wars fan. Ofcouse I've seen 4,5 and 6 but when I was 14 years old The Phantom Menace was awesome!
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Level 79
Dec 19, 2017
Four? You mean the original 3 plus the Star Wars Holiday Special? 8 and 9 don't live up to the originals, either.
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Level 50
Jun 3, 2018
You're right, 8 and 9 don't live up to the originals, because they surpass the originals in every conceivable way.
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Level 79
Jun 3, 2018
Totally agree, if, of course, the only ways that you can conceive of them surpassing the originals is by being much, much worse.
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Level 60
Dec 4, 2019
9 hasn't even been released yet
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Level 82
Dec 4, 2019
I imagine it would make no difference to him.
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Level 79
Dec 4, 2019
At the time I left the comment I regarded 9 as being marginally better than 8 only because 9 didn't exist. At this point, the film is finished, but I haven't seen it yet, so I don't know. But my expectations are low. 8 is still abominable. And 7 is overrated.
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Level 82
Dec 19, 2019
Well judging by the reviews, Rise of Skywalker isn't looking too good. Currently sitting at a 58%, which is pretty low, even for a Star Wars movie.
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Level 79
Dec 19, 2019
Jack: I'm going to skip it. Such a horrible shame. What a wasted opportunity. I thought that it was impossible for them to squander the potential of the follow-up trilogy more than the prequel trilogy had done... but... they pulled it off.
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Level 82
Dec 19, 2019
What frustrates me the most is that they had the potential to be great. The actors do a good job with what they’re given, the effects are good for the most part, the music’s good as always, and some of the characters are actually interesting. There are some really good moments in this trilogy. But the story sucks. A lot of character decisions don’t make sense. There’s some SJW moments that don’t need to be there. I could go on. And it saddens me that just five years ago, the Internet was super hyped for this and now they stopped caring. Because they know that Disney is better than this. Lucasfilm is better than this. This whole trilogy just turned out to be a huge disappointment and it killed the love of Star Wars for many fans more than the prequels ever did.
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Level 79
Dec 22, 2019
Yeah, exactly, such wasted potential. If they had just sat down with some genuinely talented story guys and made a decent plan for the sequel trilogy, one that placed plot, character development, and a little fan service over politics, and then hired talented directors who agreed with the overall vision and were willing to work together to pull this off (and who actually liked Star Wars maybe?), this would have been so easy.

The reviews I've looked at for Ep 9 make it sound incredibly stupid, maybe only marginally better than Ep 8. I'm going to pass on ever seeing it I think. I'll still enjoy the original trilogy from time to time and I finally got around to giving the Mandalorian a 2nd chance and it was actually okay.

My last surviving hope for Star Wars would be that... say 10 or 15 years from now, someone has the vision to say "you know what? Those prequels and sequels all could have been great but really sucked, let's redo the whole thing"
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Level 79
Dec 22, 2019
Then they announce they're going to reboot the Star Wars extended universe, scrap all of the movies except for the original trilogy, go back and remake the prequel trilogy with no Jar Jar, no incredibly bad romantic sequences on Naboo, no racial stereotypes or cheesy looking overused CGI, no pod racing, no hammy overacting, no midichlorians... tell the story of the Old Republic, of Anakin becoming the most talented pilot in the galaxy, of his falling out with Obi Wan, and then of him hunting down and killing all the Jedi and becoming Vader.
Then move on to do the sequel trilogy, drawing from the old canon people loved and Lucas' original plan, with no inexplicably powerful First Order, no even more ridiculous Last Order, no OP Mary Sues, no SJW politics, no wink wink nudge nudge fan-fiction style jokes, no derivative lazy plots, and a story that makes sense and is consistent through all 3 films.
It's just sad that the original cast will be too old to be in it if it happens.
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Level 79
Dec 22, 2019
I had the same hope for Transformers actually, start over from scratch, do a period reboot set in the 80s that was actually true to the spirit of the original Transformers and not some masturbatory Bay explosion fest. But the closest we got to that was the first 10 minutes of Bumblebee so far, and I don't think they will ever disown the entirety of Bayformers because the films made too much money and Hollywood producers are idiots who only think in dollars and even then not very clearly.
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Level 49
Jan 12, 2020
Disney took a guaranteed payday and just threw it away, they have found a way to sink Star Wars and they are currently working on gutting Marvel.
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Level 49
Jan 12, 2020
After witnessing episodes 7,8, and 9, we can all agree that the prequels are absolute masterpieces.
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Level 82
Mar 18, 2020
No, the prequels are only masterpieces among those who make memes. They have plenty of problems that would prevent them from being legitimately great achievements of cinema.
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Level 55
Nov 22, 2016
It's hard to imagine anyone who frequents and internet quiz site isn't intimately familiar with Star Wars.
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Level 80
Oct 9, 2019
Some people (me) could care less about all the hype surrounding the sequels after 1980 (yeah, stupid Star Wars 3: Teddy Grahams In Space movie I'm looking at you). Others don't care whatsoever for make believe foolishness. I couldn't tell you squat about Hobbits, Harry Potter and comic book movies. It makes my brain rot to see or hear 10 seconds of any of that bombastic crap.
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Level 63
Dec 19, 2019
This is all fine, but they're so ubiquitous that one could be expected to know the names even if you have no interest in them. I just got off a plane at JFK three hours ago, and the walkway from the terminal was one giant advertisement for the Rise of Skywalker. The commercials, ads, articles, are everywhere, all the time. The first six are on TV constantly. I've only seen two of the Marvel movies, but I can name probably 20 of them just because they were all so heavily advertised and people talk about them so much. I can probably name all the Twilight movies too, even though I have not seen nor do I ever intend to see even one second of that franchise. It really has nothing to do with how much you like them.
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Level 28
Dec 25, 2016
Finished with 3:36 left!
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Level 12
Jan 20, 2017
#loved star wars since 5 years 13 now
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Level 64
Jan 21, 2017
So, what'd Rogue One be? Episode 3 1/2? And will it be added?
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Level 64
Jan 24, 2017
And now Episode VIII"s title, The Last Jedi, has been announced.
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Level 54
Mar 9, 2017
Only got the original three...perfect score!
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Level 54
Dec 11, 2017
Took the quiz again, 5/5.
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Level 50
Mar 18, 2017
This in no way needs to be this long
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Level 14
May 29, 2017
Can you update it for Last Jedi and Rogue One
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Level 14
May 29, 2017
And, in case you're wondering, Rogue One is episode 3 3/4
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Level 2
Jun 24, 2017
All too easy. In the metallic tones of James Earl Jones
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Level 49
Jun 26, 2017
Star Wars is the name of the first movie!! This "New Hope" business wasn't added until the mid 1990's.
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Level 78
Dec 10, 2017
Agree, it was just Star Wars when it came out in '77 but apparently they added the New Hope business in 1981. Maybe after The Empire Strikes Back came out Lucas realized he had a franchise and needed to distinguish the first movie from the rest.
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Level 82
Dec 11, 2017
Of the added crap in the 90s, the name update was the least egregious. :-) Why couldn't George have just left those movies alone?
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Level 45
Jul 6, 2017
Answered the first three then quit as they're the only ones that matter..
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Level 28
Jul 14, 2017
Are you ever going to add the new one from 2016? (I won't say it just in case someone doesn't know it and looks down here)
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Level 85
Sep 5, 2017
We all know that Episode 9 is next (clearly to be titled "The Force Goes Back to Sleep"). But judging by the release pattern of the previous entries, I'm not sure what to expect after that - Episodes -2, -1, and 0?
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Level 20
Sep 13, 2017
where is rogue one?
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Level 43
Dec 14, 2017
Yeah where?
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Level 51
Nov 30, 2017
Where is episode 3.5: Rogue One? And episode 2.5: the Clone Wars? And episode 4.5: The Star Wars Holiday Special? And episode 3.25: Solo?
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Level 70
Dec 10, 2017
As a life long Star Wars freak, I need someone to explain why Rogue One is not considered a Star Wars movie.
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Level 77
Dec 10, 2017
Me too.
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Level 82
Dec 10, 2017
My theory is that only movies with episode titles count, even though it should expand to other theatrical releases.
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Level 71
Dec 14, 2017
I am thinking that because it is just a star wars story and not an actual episode it does not count. I think the quiz should be renamed Star Wars Episodes because Rogue One is one of the best movies in the franchise.
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Level 79
Dec 19, 2017
What others have said. The "Star Wars" saga includes only Episodes 1-8 at present and is centered around the story of the Skywalkers... Anakin's rise, fall, and redemption... and the story of his son Luke. Though.... now that episode 8 killed off Luke and Carrie Fisher had the good sense to write herself out of the script for the next one... is episode 9 going to be a real Star Wars film? Episode 9: the Continuing Adventures of Chewbacca? Episode 9: Threepio and Artoo's High School Reunion? I guess... Kylo Ren aka Ben Solo is Leia's son so there are still Skywalkers in the story in a sense.

Rogue One took place in the Star Wars universe but Darth Vader was just a background character in it. It's not part of the main saga. It's not Star Wars: Rogue One. It's Rogue One (a Star Wars story).
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Level 71
Dec 19, 2017
Spoiler Alert Much????????
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Level 79
Dec 20, 2017
I'd have to work very hard to spoil Star Wars any more than the last 20 years already have.
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Level 65
Dec 21, 2017
As long as money can be made from the franchise, they will continue to make the movies. They will milk the franchise until the cult surrounding it is all dried up. I wouldn't be surprised to see "the adventures of R2-D2" in the future
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Level 56
Dec 10, 2017
7: The Force Awakens 8: The Last Jedi 9: From His Nap
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Level 11
Dec 10, 2017
8/8 and never watched any of the movies
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Level 80
Dec 11, 2017
I think you made a mistake - there are only five episodes so far. A pox on you, George Lucas, for vandalizing your own masterpiece!
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Level 37
Dec 11, 2017
Nerd power: 8 out of 8
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Level 25
Dec 11, 2017
way too much time given
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Level 47
Dec 11, 2017
kicking myself on the phantom menace
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Level 15
Dec 11, 2017
I just tried putting star wars, star wars 2, star wars 3 and so on but it didn't work
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Level 32
Dec 12, 2017
I GREW UP THINKING EPISODE IV WAS THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK
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Level 62
Dec 12, 2017
I don't know the first thing about Star Wars, but isn't Rogue One a movie?
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Level 79
Dec 19, 2017
I guess it's just a testament to how good the original trilogy was that I keep going to see these movies. The prequels sucked. The Force Awakens sucked. Rogue One was good for 60 seconds right at the end. The Last Jedi sucked worse than The Force Awakens. I stopped going to see Transformers movies after the first one but we're 6 films deep into crappy Star Wars movies and I'm guessing I'll probably go see the next one, too. But... starting to have 2nd thoughts at this point.
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Level 30
Jan 8, 2018
Completely agreed. Have I hated every star wars film since 1983? Absolutely. Will I go see Episode IX in theaters? Indubitably.
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Level 63
Dec 19, 2019
Yeah, I honestly feel like Episode IX is a dentist appointment. I feel this weird obligation to go, even thought I hated Episode VII and half-hated Episode VIII (I actually think what they did with Kylo Ren is great and I am so happy that killed off that useless Emperor 2.0). I don't expect to enjoy it, but I know I just have to go and get it over with. Or maybe I won't. No matter how you brush, you're doing it wrong.
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Level 50
Jun 3, 2018
The Force Awakens was awesome and so was The Last Jedi, but to each their own I guess. The older I get, the less impressed I am with the originals. The prequels were the most anticipated cinematic let downs in history, even worse than Al Capone's vault. The only saving grace for the Phantom Menace was Darth Maul and he only got like 6 minutes of screen time.
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Level 79
Mar 15, 2019
The more shitty Star Wars movies come out, the more I appreciate the original trilogy.
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Level 79
Jun 3, 2018
I think it was shortly after commenting here that I changed my mind. I'm done with Star Wars. The Last Jedi was THAT bad. It has completely, totally, irrevocably killed my love for Star Wars and I have no interest in seeing more. None. To me Star Wars, at least new Star Wars, now occupies the same space in my brain as Michael Bay Transformers or the Fast and the Furious. If I see one is out I'll think "hey, that steaming pile of crap is probably going to make a lot of money. I wonder when something decent will be playing." Except that TLJ was so bad that it turned off mainstream audiences and the new one didn't make anywhere near Transformers or Furious money. I went to the theater the day Solo was released and was surprised to see it; I honestly had no idea that it was coming out on that day. Compare this to my enthusiasm for Episode I where I was waiting in line for days just to get good seats. Anyway I skipped it and went to see Infinity War for the 3rd time instead.
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Level 23
Jan 13, 2019
Absolutely right. Every word is 100% true. Same for me. Same for all Star Wars fans. It's dead now. :(
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Level 55
Dec 19, 2017
You should add in 3.9 which is Rogue One!
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Level 65
Dec 21, 2017
The movies made in the '70s and '80s are so lame. The special effects are weak and everything looks so fake compared to the new movies.
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Level 79
Jun 3, 2018
They were far more revolutionary for the time than anything in the new movies and they hold up well enough. The original Star Wars is often given credit for *inventing* modern special FX driven pictures, if not King Kong. More importantly, the characters, the stories, the direction, the scripts and (some of) the acting were 1000x superior. The Force Awakens is never going to be on AFI's top 100 movies of all time list. And the only chance The Last Jedi had for winning any accolades was lost when this year's Razzies nominations came out and both Rian and his film got snubbed.
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Level 79
Feb 7, 2019
Actually I take back what I said about new Star Wars not having any shot at receiving accolades. Given that they recently nominated Black Panther for Best Picture, purely for political reasons, if Star Wars continues on its current trajectory Episode 10 could get nominated, too. Who knows.
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Level 78
Dec 19, 2019
For me the original movies were witty and had humor sprinkled in. They were fresh and nothing like we'd ever seen before. The newer ones are nothing but special effects and action which gets boring with nothing to break it up. All the characters seem so serious - very little humor or personal chemistry as with the original characters.
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Level 64
Nov 24, 2018
You made a mistake. There are only 6.
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Level 23
Jan 13, 2019
Exactly true.
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Level 47
Dec 8, 2018
I kept trying to type "Backstroke of the West", which honestly should be an acceptable answer.
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Level 50
Jan 24, 2019
Episodes 1-3 have been removed from my memory surgically. I may do the same with Last Jedi, haven't decided yet.
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Level 79
Mar 15, 2019
Please give me your surgeon's number. I'd like to have that procedure for 7 and 8
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Level 46
Feb 7, 2019
maybe adding Rogue One and SOLO because the a Star Wars stories
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Level 53
Mar 29, 2019
Holiday Special
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Level 66
Apr 12, 2019
Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker!
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Level 79
Jul 22, 2019
Episode IX: Disney brings back the hack director of Episode VII to try and salvage something from the roaring dumpster fire that the even-bigger-hack director of Episode VIII has turned the franchise into - a.k.a. remember that beloved character we just completely betrayed and then killed off in an incredibly stupid way in the last picture? well... maybe he's back. Because... cohesive scripts? Continuity? Who needs it! Give us a billion dollars please?
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Level 23
May 26, 2019
frist
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Level 18
Dec 19, 2019
easy. EASY.