Call me uncultured, but I had never watched Star Wars. Okay, Episode IV was on at a party once, but I didn’t really pay attention. Most people see the series for the first time as children, and I grew up in more of an Oklahoma! household. Space battles—or any battles more serious than farmer vs. cowman—just weren’t on the agenda.
In honor of the series’ new digital release on iTunes, Amazon, Vudu, Google Play and other platforms, I settled in to finally see what I’ve been missing, crashing Episodes IV, V and VI (the first three by release date). It’s easy to see why it’s been an international favorite for decades, but—as a w...
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