Personally, I’m a Classic-Trilogy-First kind of guy, because for me, going in episode order seems to raise questions that take me out of the movie. Especially when Vader captures Princess Leia over Tatooine. If you watch I-III first, you know how powerful Vader is, so why can’t he sense something unusual about Leia? Or the fact that Ben and Luke are somewhat nearby? And why doesn’t the movie acknowledge the weird coincidence of Vader showing up at his former homeworld?
Stuff like that pulls me out of the story, but mine is only one opinion. In what order do you like to watch the movies? Comment here or on Facebook to have your say!
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One of the newer (2011) suggested orders of watching the movies is the “Machete Order” offered up by Rod Hilton, which suggests that you can watch IV-V-II-III-VI. That means you can skip I entirely, and you still get the emotional impact of the two trilogies. What do you think of that? Let us know, in the ways we mentioned above…
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