By Michael Ward—November 15, 2019 09:04:00When you’re a geek, you’re almost certainly familiar with the popular franchise known as Star Wars.
But what do you know about the original films?
Did you know that the original Star Wars trilogy was made in the year 2020, and the first film, Return of the Jedi, was released in 1977?
And if you’re anything like me, you’ve probably had the opportunity to watch all of these films over the years.
I’ve seen The Force Awakens, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, The Last Emperor, and The Last Crusade, among many other Star Wars films.
I even got to sit through the original trilogy’s original theatrical release in the theater, and I’ve got a pretty good idea what the rest of the movies are about.
But when I think of the original movies, there’s one film that stands out.
The original film, Star Wars, is one of my favorite movies of all time.
In my mind, it’s one of the first films that I saw, and it has an incredible impact on me.
It’s the one film I think I’m closest to as a fan of Star Wars in the entirety of my life.
The story of Star Empire takes place in the years before the original film was released.
There are many different stories and characters in this movie.
It also contains many of the iconic and memorable scenes that made Star Wars famous, such as the Battle of Endor, Luke Skywalker’s lightsaber duel with Darth Vader, and Yoda’s death.
But the film itself is largely set in the early years of the Galactic Civil War.
The story of this film is also a story of two major galactic powers, the Empire and the Rebel Alliance, as they struggle to unite their disparate territories under one banner.
The Rebel Alliance has a history of rebellion, but it’s also been at war for centuries with the Empire, which had recently come into power following the fall of the Sith Empire.
The Empire had been under the rule of Darth Vader since the age of four, and Vader was eventually able to take control of the Empire.
This is where Star Wars hits its stride.
This movie is a war movie, and there’s no shortage of battles that we see throughout the film.
In this movie, Darth Vader is a powerful figure in the Galactic Empire, and he commands the Empire with great brutality.
Vader’s empire is vast, and his armies are everywhere.
Vader is even willing to use his own men, the Dark Knights, to take down his enemies.
But in the beginning of the film, Vader’s troops are led by an old Imperial general named General Veers, who was once a part of the infamous Imperial Guard, the first order of the Death Guard.
Vader wanted to give his own soldiers a better fighting chance against the rebel forces.
But Veers and the other Imperial officers decided to recruit children from the ranks of the Rebel Fleet.
Veers wanted to recruit his men to the Rebellion, so he sent out a survey to recruit young children from his own army.
The results were terrible: The young people were overwhelmingly male.
Veer decided to use this survey to his advantage: He ordered that the Rebels be allowed to take on more Imperial troops and then he allowed the Rebels to use the kids as recruits.
The result: the Rebellion was able to overwhelm Vader’s army and take the Imperial forces to the surface.
The Rebels were defeated, but Veers was able use the Rebels’ young men as a recruiting tool and eventually recruit more men to join him in the rebellion.
The battle for the Rebel base was a big deal in the original 1977 movie.
Vader was able take control, and now his army was the largest in the galaxy.
However, the rebels, who were able to capture Vader, were able for a brief time to retake the base, which was home to the Empire’s most powerful military.
Vader, who had now lost the ability to control the Imperial fleet, decided to retreat.
However it happened, Vader was forced to leave behind his men in the base and the rebels to face the Empire alone.
The Rebels are able to retake this base.
The base was the base that Vader had once commanded.
Vader had used the base to prepare his forces for a battle against the Rebellion.
This base was where the Rebel fleet was set to land, and they were able capture this base and launch an attack against the Empire itself.
In the original movie, the Rebel attack was a huge surprise.
Vader and his troops had been expecting a massive assault on their base, and so it took the Rebels a few moments to prepare.
When they landed, they immediately saw a large group of Imperial troops who were also there for the attack.
Vader realized that this group was not a group of people he had just taken down, but was a Rebel strike force.
The entire Rebel force, including Vader himself, landed on the base.
Vader then sent out