Video Review: The Original Star Wars Trilogy

Happy Monday!  I recently signed up for Disney+ so that I could watch Hamilton for the Fourth of July (excellent, by the way!)  Before my month-service expired, I decided it was the ideal time to re-watch the original Star Wars trilogy after too many years.  And then I made a video review!

2 thoughts on “Video Review: The Original Star Wars Trilogy

  1. I pretty much missed Star Wars when it first came out, because I was in the career-first age bracket. I eventually caught up with them on TV, and enjoyed them, although number three is dire. I’m now looking forward to catching up with the new ones, which I originally thought ‘oh no, dire spin-off’ and then I saw the last part of the third and thought it was wonderful Actually, I started watching it not realising what it was, it was so good!

    But Disney for a month? I didn’t realise you could do that. I’d like to see Hamilton, too! I’d have to watch it on the computer though, whcih may not be big enough. My TV seems to have expried, and it’s been so long now, I wonder why I want one.

  2. My poor VCR gave up the ghost many years ago, and I’ve recently found out my cassette players don’t work. Now I have many treasured cassette tapes that I can no longer listen to, but what can I do? I can’t get rid of them. I totally understand. 😦

    The first Star Wars I saw was Phantom Menace back when it first came out. I guess I was 12 or 13 and I loooved it. So I went through this very short Star Wars phase as a kid, but specifically, just The Phantom Menace. My parents said, “Oh Star Wars is really old there are more movies.” So we rented them and started watching and I just wasn’t into them. These were not the same people I had just watched this awesome movie about. I think that resentment remains latent inside. I’m not sure I’ve seen the originals since then… though I have seen all the others. I think I’m going to have to give ’em a rewatch some time. They’re the only ones I haven’t seen in theaters, so maybe I should try to find them on the big screen some day when theaters are open again.

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