Watch all six Star Wars movies at once

In the interest of time, you can view all six Star Wars films at once. (via Dangerous Minds)


  1. Well I was hoping for The Holiday Special, Caravan of Courage and The Battle for Endor but no, those other three films are there instead…

        1. a grid of videos = grideo, though I did like it that Han shot that motherf***ing bounty hunting a**hole
          seriously, go try it. i bet there’s nothing else like it anywherejust be patient at the load, it’s a mess, thanks

  2. My unscientific check of the runtimes (going straight to the end of the video) led me to discover that all three prequels are longer than the three originals. That seems kind of unfair.

  3. They were placed in the wrong order. IV-VI should occupy the slots for I-III, and I-III should just be replaced by Dune, Bladerunner and Blazing Saddles.

    I would sit through just the first three (IV-VI) stacked, but all six is too many.

  4. I am concerned that Han might pull out his blaster, break the fourth wall, and blow Jar-Jar to bits.

    1. That thought does not concern me. It delights me. It certainly would make Episode I easier to get through.

  5. Somehow I never noticed the parallel between the opening shots of A New Hope and Return of the Jedi until now.

  6. Once you get past the title crawl, you do certainly get a vivid reminder of what a rich and distinctive sonic environment these films created.  That’s one hell of a sound bath.

  7. This is arranged
    1 2
    3 4
    5 6
    Everyone knows when you watch all Star Wars episodes at the same time, you want to see it
    1 4
    2 5
    3 6
    (Mostly so you can ignore the left side.)

  8. Sadly it’s been taken down already. Because obviously potential customers would watch that video instead of purchasing the DVD’s. Because the viewing experiences were so comparable. And the audio! I’d listen to that instead of the soundtracks and be just tickled with the quality of my thievery.

    1.  Seriously, I wonder if Disney knows theses other companies are now claiming they own Star Wars.

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