The moment that theater-goers watched as Darth Vader sliced Luke Skywalker's hand off and announce that he was, in fact, young Skywalker's father is considered one of the greatest moments in movie history. Put aside just the growing franchise for a moment; we are talking MOVIE HISTORY! And that's not where it ends. From the first moment, you saw Darth Vader enter a transport ship to apprehend Leia, to Luke and Leia's unforgettable kiss. Not that it was passionate, only that you'd soon find out they were brother and sister.
The battle of Hoth, the battle of Endor, and of course, Luke's training. Do you remember the Death Star exploding? Well, fans of the series will then appreciate the latest release of "Star Wars" movies especially "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" which brings fans of the franchise right back to the franchise opening scene that enthralled decades of fanatics.
We know the force is with you, that's how you came to this quiz. Now, it's time to use the force to identify these captured screenshots and the movie they go with. We're not going to lie. The Empire is out there, and you'll have to get out of some sticky spots. But you've always been a rebel and never shied away from a challenge. So, let's shoot this quiz away young Jedi.
Queen Amidala's makeup might have been the biggest special effect in The Phantom Menace. Heavy stuff!
The Millennium Falcon is one of the most iconic spaceships in movie history. While watching The Force Awakens, who hasn't wanted to man one of the gun turrets or fix the hyperdrive?
It was nice to see old friends back in The Force Awakens, even if one of them didn't make it to the end of the film. Kylo Ren deserves to meet his demise for that!
Alec Guinness was already a legendary actor before he took on the role of Obi-Wan Kenobi in A New Hope. He brought a gravity and light humor to the role that was very welcome.
This scene is from The Return of the Jedi. The Ewoks are simultaneously one of the most loved and hated Star Wars creatures. This is not helped by the cutesy animated versions.
For most old-time fans, The Empire Strikes Back is our favorite film. Its darker tone and crisper performances, plus the introduction of Yoda and Lando, make it a perfect feast.
The series came back to glorious life under the guidance of J.J. Abrams. Combining old characters and new, this first of the new trilogy, The Force Awakens, was a delight.
Who hasn't wanted a sarlacc pit to dispose of awkward items (or people)? Of course, you'd have to give up your pool in the back yard. This film is The Return of the Jedi.
This scene's from The Phantom Menace. The Gungans may have been annoying, but their energy weapons were nifty ... until Jar Jar spilled them.
Luke returns a LOT more powerful in The Return of the Jedi, somewhat like Gandalf after his little visit with the Balrog. He's even wearing white!
Who wouldn't want to enter a pod race? It's the Star Wars version of NASCAR racing. Gotta love The Phantom Menace.
In The Empire Strikes Back, Luke begins his Jedi training in earnest with Yoda, leading to any number of humorous moments.
In The Force Awakens, Kylo Ren might not be nearly as menacing as Darth Vader, but the kid's got promise.
"It's a trap!" became one of the biggest Internet memes of all time. The Return of the Jedi introduces one of the great space battles of the entire series.
We got to meet C-3PO in The Phantom Menace, at least in his half-built form. Anakin was quite the tinkerer as a kid!
The Imperial Walker, or AT-AT, is the coolest sci-fi war machine ever ... but why would they make it so easy to trip? This scene is from The Empire Strikes Back.
Obi-Wan and Anakin's battle on the volcanic planet is a wonder of fight choreography. They use every element of the Force to beat on each other in The Revenge of the Sith!
So many great locations in The Empire Strikes Back! Cloud City was an ingenious idea, with a purely capitalist civilization.
We see Anakin's slide toward the Dark Side in Attack of the Clones, especially when he massacres the entire camp where his mother dies. It's darker stuff than we've previously seen in the series.
Best kill of The Return of the Jedi: The Ewoks release the ropes on two tree trunks that smash into an Imperial mini-walker.
Looking back now, the effects of A New Hope - the first Star Wars film ever made - seem a bit dated. But in 1977 it blew our minds.
Jawas are one of the more curious races in the Star Wars universe. They seem to exist as planetary rubbish-pickers, but they do all right for themselves. This one is A New Hope.
In The Phantom Menace, the Gungans' underwater city is an architectural wonder, even if the Gungans themselves are possibly the most annoying species in the universe.
The Revenge of the Sith is by far the darkest of the series. Anakin's massacre of the younglings, while not explicitly shown, is pretty tough for younger viewers to handle.
In The Empire Strikes Back, we see the long-awaited first confrontation between Darth Vader (Dark Father) and Luke. Luke comes off the worse for wear, losing a hand.
This scene is from Attack of the Clones. Is Count Dooku the goofiest name in Star Wars history? With the possible exception of Jar Jar Binks, I believe so.
General Grievous is a great enemy. A four-armed droid with a human heart who's obsessed with the force and learns how to use light sabers? What's not to love? This one's The Revenge of the Sith.
This one's The Force Awakens. Carrie Fisher's Princess Leia seems to have aged very little since the original movies. But at least there's no more bunhead!
The pod racing in The Phantom Menace justifiably got a lot of attention. A roster of galactic malcontents racing stapled-together powerbombs across a track populated by boulders and Sandpeople? Sounds like fun!
In A New Hope, Luke Skywalker is an instant icon, the cocky young farmboy who becomes a Jedi master after destroying the Death Star ... wonder if he ever dreams about bagging womp rats in his speeder?
Attack of the Clones bears a lot more in common with Episode III than The Phantom Menace. The dark tone and fierce battles are very adult in nature.
A lot of people criticized The Force Awakens for mimicking the plot of A New Hope too closely, but why not go with what worked the first time ... just changed enough to modernize?
This movie is The Force Awakens. BB-8 is a worthy successor to R2-D2. Can you imagine a "conversation" between the two of them?
In The Phantom Menace the Trade Federation ships are neat-looking, but, in the end, that giant open hangar design proves to be a fatal flaw.
In Attack of the Clones, we discover that all the stormtroopers are clones of a bounty hunter, Jango Fett. We also get to meet his son, little Boba. Sound familiar?
This scene is from The Force Awakens. Starkiller Base is definitely a step up from the Death Star, simultaneously destroying a star and several planets.
Who didn't get a feeling of claustrophobia the first time they watched the garbage masher scene in A New Hope? The idea of a garbage bin, complete with monster, that then becomes a giant compactor, is sheer movie magic.
This one's The Force Awakens. We find Han Solo back to his smuggler's ways, this time hauling Rathtars, which turn out to be giant beasts with a nasty temper.
We get to find out the origin of the Stormtroopers in this movie, and see the Jedi Council before it was destroyed. Good performances and a lot of action in Attack of the Clones!
The Imperial probe droid seemed like futuristic technology. Now, with drones flying everywhere, they don't seem quite so advanced! This is from The Empire Strikes Back.
While The Return of the Jedi was at the time the "final" movie in the series, all sorts of seeds were planted for future movies, not the least of which was the budding romance between Han and Leia.
In The Phantom Menace, Darth Maul should have been a better villain. With the double-bladed light saber and the freaky face-paint, he was surely imposing, but with no dialogue, he didn't convey menace.
The battle droids are a mixture of slapstick comedy and heavily armed menace in Attack of the Clones. The only really scary ones are the rolling droids that come with their own energy shields.
We get to see Jabba the Hutt in his full form in this movie, The Return of the Jedi. Note: This may not be a good thing.
In The Phantom Menace, it's nice to get a taste of how the Jedi operated before they were annihilated, with Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan on a peacemaking mission that ends in a droid slaughter, with major lightsaber fun.
If you ignore all the angst and teenage turmoil with Anakin, the battle scenes in Attack of the Clones are pretty top-notch. So do that.
Say what you will about this "first" movie, The Phantom Menace, but at least it's fairly light in tone. The next two weren't quite so kid-friendly.
This scene is from The Empire Strikes Back. Chewbacca is the sidekick we all wish we had. He's unfailingly loyal, but willing and able to pull your arms off if you beat him at chess.
In The Phantom Menace, Jar Jar Binks was a nifty idea, but it just didn't work. He was vilified by critics and fans alike.
Watch The Empire Strikes Back, then watch The Return of the King. Notice a similarity between how the Walkers are taken down and how the elephants are stopped?