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The ultimate viewing order for Star Wars films

Web Watch does enjoy the movies, and our friends take great pride in being able to unironically throw out movie quotes or other references when the moment requires it.

One oft-debated topic between us is what to do with today’s kids when it comes to introducing them to one of the most acclaimed and iconic film series of our generation, STAR WARS.

By now, Web Watch hopes that our readers are aware that Star Wars consists of six films – the first trilogy that was released being the 4th, 5th, and 6th films in the series; and the second trilogy consisting of the introductory 1st, 2nd, and 3rd films.

Weird, we know – but to Star Wars fans, everything made sense at the time.

And yes, we’re purposefully leaving out all the novels from the Star Wars universe that really mucked up the master plotline (Web Watch is looking at you, Alan Dean Foster, for jumping the gun on dysfunctional family relationships within the Vadar family in Splinter of the Mind’s Eye).

A friend of ours was concerned about raising his son correctly by not revealing any key plot points in the 5th and 6th films that would minimize the enjoyment of watching the films anew with his son.  The element of surprise is so important, you know.   He was really concerned about kids at the playground spilling the beans as well.   Yes, our friend does seem to be trying to raise a sheltered child in this regard, but he means well – so don’t judge. 

But since the first three films also delve into that critically important plot device, our friend was torn as to what to do regarding how to introduce his son to the Star Wars universe.


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Today’s fact: the movie FACES OF DEATH was faked


How many of Web Watch readers have seen the shock-umentary film FACES OF DEATH?

Would you believe that the film is over 30 years old now?

And for those of you who have seen it, what is the most memorable scene in the film?   (We’ll give you a moment to think about it… we’ll get back to this question in a moment.)