You’re the ultimate Star Wars fan. You’ve seen all six movies, read most of, if not all the books, and have played all the video games…there is nothing you haven’t seen, in regards to Star Wars. Correction, you probably haven’t seen this.
Filmmaker Marcus Rosentrater has taken extreme measures to create the ultimate supercut of six Star Wars movies, which includes the original trilogy — Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, to the prequel trilogy — Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones and finally Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, all headache inducing and simultaneously. Make sure to take your nausea medicine before watching, you’ve been warned.
Still with me? I love Star Wars just as much as, or more than the next guy, but even I have limits to my superfandom. As you can see the full run-time is 142 minutes and is called Star Wars Wars which makes perfect sense, since each film is fighting for superiority over the other, in my brain. Seriously, I get sick in car rides, there’s no way I have the mental fortitude needed to sit through nearly three hours of superimposed Jedi’s, Sith, Clone troopers and not to mention the various incarnations of some of our favorite original trilogy and prequel trilogy characters having all sorts of adventures…ALL AT ONCE.
I’ve got to say, though, this supercut is quite impressive. I enjoy watching any of the six films at any given time, but this is just too much. That’s okay, because if you were able to watch the whole thing, beginning to end, then let us know in the comments below…that is if you haven’t passed out because of the seizure this supercut is sure to induce.