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The Lunchman Order! New way to watch Star Wars!

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I’m sure by now EVERYONE(even Patton Oswalt) has heard of the great Machete Order, but that order has one humongous problem : Why do you need to watch Attack of the Clones AGAIN? Unless you’re an OT die hard, you probably think Revenge of the Sith isn’t that bad a movie. So I have a solution for the people who have already seen all the Star Wars movies and sorta like ROTS :

  1. Star Wars(1977)
  2. The Empire Strikes Back
  3. Revenge of the Sith
  4. Return of the Jedi

No romantic dialouge about sand. Absolutely no Jar Jar besides a cameo. All the benefits of the Machete Order. The reason I decided to skip AOTC is because all it is is setup for ROTS. Really bad setup. Even if his romance with Padme is Anakin’s reason for going evil, it’s so butchered that skipping it is actually better. You already know that Palpatine is the Emperor so you might as well just skip to the movie where it’s revealed he’s the Emperor. Aside from just watching the OT with Harmy’s Despecialized Editions, this is the best way for Star Wars veterans to enjoy Star Wars IMO. Revenge of the Sith really isn’t that bad, and its Blu Ray release is the best of the bunch. Watch it in this order and your body will be ready for The Force Awakens.

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StarChewyWar said:

I’m sure by now EVERYONE(even Patton Oswalt) has heard of the great Machete Order, but that order has one humongous problem : Why do you need to watch Attack of the Clones AGAIN? Unless you’re an OT die hard, you probably think Revenge of the Sith isn’t that bad a movie. So I have a solution for the people who have already seen all the Star Wars movies and sorta like ROTS :

  1. Star Wars(1977)
  2. The Empire Strikes Back
  3. Revenge of the Sith
  4. Return of the Jedi

Why do you need to watch Revenge of the Sith AGAIN? Just save another 2+ hours and stick to the OT.

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TV’s Frink said:

StarChewyWar said:

I’m sure by now EVERYONE(even Patton Oswalt) has heard of the great Machete Order, but that order has one humongous problem : Why do you need to watch Attack of the Clones AGAIN? Unless you’re an OT die hard, you probably think Revenge of the Sith isn’t that bad a movie. So I have a solution for the people who have already seen all the Star Wars movies and sorta like ROTS :

  1. Star Wars(1977)
  2. The Empire Strikes Back
  3. Revenge of the Sith
  4. Return of the Jedi

Why do you need to watch Revenge of the Sith AGAIN? Just save another 2+ hours and stick to the OT.

This is for people who don’t mind ROTS. Even in the Machete Order article, it states that if you don’t like the prequels, DON’T WATCH THEM.

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StarChewyWar said:

TV’s Frink said:

StarChewyWar said:

I’m sure by now EVERYONE(even Patton Oswalt) has heard of the great Machete Order, but that order has one humongous problem : Why do you need to watch Attack of the Clones AGAIN? Unless you’re an OT die hard, you probably think Revenge of the Sith isn’t that bad a movie. So I have a solution for the people who have already seen all the Star Wars movies and sorta like ROTS :

  1. Star Wars(1977)
  2. The Empire Strikes Back
  3. Revenge of the Sith
  4. Return of the Jedi

Why do you need to watch Revenge of the Sith AGAIN? Just save another 2+ hours and stick to the OT.

This is for people who don’t mind ROTS. Even in the Machete Order article, it states that if you don’t like the prequels, DON’T WATCH THEM.

But at this point, you’ve removed two-thirds of the prequels, might as well just finish the job.

LOUD NOISES

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Just watch Star Wars and ESB then go in and watch TFA imagining that it was the third film and it refers to grand events that were not seen in the cinema and see if that make the new film an interesting “episode 3”.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6Dp2OfIT_M

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Bingowings said:

Just watch Star Wars and ESB then go in and watch TFA imagining that it was the third film and it refers to grand events that were not seen in the cinema and see if that make the new film an interesting “episode 3”.

Then how did Han get unfrozen and meet Finn and Rey?

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The only way to watch Star Wars is to simply watch OT.

真実

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generalfrevious said:

Bingowings said:

Just watch Star Wars and ESB then go in and watch TFA imagining that it was the third film and it refers to grand events that were not seen in the cinema and see if that make the new film an interesting “episode 3”.

Then how did Han get unfrozen and meet Finn and Rey?

The carbon freezing unit broke down on a hot day. The rest writes itself.

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DuracellEnergizer said:

generalfrevious said:

Bingowings said:

Just watch Star Wars and ESB then go in and watch TFA imagining that it was the third film and it refers to grand events that were not seen in the cinema and see if that make the new film an interesting “episode 3”.

Then how did Han get unfrozen and meet Finn and Rey?

The carbon freezing unit broke down on a hot day. The rest writes itself.

I’d rather watch ROTJ though. The DSII battle was quite impressive.

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Bingowings said:

generalfrevious said:

Bingowings said:

Just watch Star Wars and ESB then go in and watch TFA imagining that it was the third film and it refers to grand events that were not seen in the cinema and see if that make the new film an interesting “episode 3”.

Then how did Han get unfrozen and meet Finn and Rey?

Scoundrelly 😄

Aw, but you’ll miss out on the Luke/Emperor scenes.