I watched the new star wars movie last night, its my 2nd favorite, behind empire of course. So inspired by that my question to you is what is your favorite moment from the star wars movies?
Destruction of Death Star in original
Yoda light saber battle.
When Han says to Chewie: We're home.
My favorite was Empire also. This one for me was better than all of the prequels obviously, but I don't think it was better than any of the real Star Wars movies
When all the characters were together again near the end of Return Of The Jedi.
I also saw Rogue One last night!
I guess I didn't fully read the question. My favorite moment from the Star Wars movies is really cliche, but when Luke finds out Vader is his father was a great moment in the trilogy.
Star Wars Bar.
Reminds me of someplace I wandered into in San Antonio.
My favorite moment from the star wars movies, is the hoth battle it was very entertaining♥♥♥♥
I'd disagree with you, rouge one in my opinion was probably as good if not better than new hope. It had the right amount of action, comedy relief, cinematography, and was very well acted and directed. I felt like I was watching a marvel movie, and their movies always are great. So yea this one is probably one of the best, and I found it better than episode 7 ^_^.
Lucky, I'm going tonight also my favorite moment is the saber battle between Luke and Vader 😇
The moment after I finished watching the Matrix trilogy and decide to fire up the Star Wars saga and immediately realize that it's garbage. When I was a kid Star Wars was so cool but now all I see is the bad acting, poor direction and unrealistic cinematography. :(
How to pick just one? The flight through the asteroid field in 'Empire' was dazzling. The subsequent escape from the belly of the worm was a big surprise the first time I saw it.
Darth Vader Luke Skywalker episode 6 lightsaber battle
When Vader throws Palpatine to his death - before Lucas ruined it with that cornball "Nooo". I swear he hates his own fans.
Lol yea, but it's kinda ironic you mention the matrix. Sure star wars might not be the smartest sci-fi, or realistic, but at least its going strong today. Unlike the matrix, it had one good movie and two turds, and the 2 directors of the matrix are the laughing stock of Hollywood.
Empire Strikes Back
@clmcd42 sorry I meant to press respond on your comment but I wasn't thinking.
I just didn't find it as exciting as episodes 4-7. The characters in my opinion weren't as well made, although I thought the acting was decent.
Trying not to spoil anything for people who haven't seen it yet who might be reading this, but I thought Vader was done very poorly. He wasn't a major character in it, but he really didn't seem like the same character.
I have 3
1: When Vader saves Luke. That moment was so powerful. Luke refusing to kill his Father and join the dark side was what shifted Vader to the light. Everything he'd done was for family. He swore to not fail his mother again, and he swore to protect Padmé, the only family he had left. Seeing Vader shift back to the light to save his family when he originally turned to the dark to save his family was very touching.
2: The battle between Obi-Wan and Anakin. That fight could not have been done any better. Seeing those two long best friends fight literally in the middle of a volcano was epic. I could feel the emotion as Obi-Wan held back, and Anakin releasing all of his rage. Choreography was on point, and the final part with Anakin being left at the volcano with Obi-Wan's heart broken was so emotional to watch.
3: Han Solo's death. Watching that was like a sucker punch. And his final move before falling to oblivion was to touch his sons face. Heart breaking😭😭😭
Rogue One was also a very good movie. Worthy of the Original trilogy.