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Today is May 4 which means you can finally use that phrase on your Jedi-loving friends. Yes, it’s honorary Star Wars Day, which means it’s the perfect time to delve into the world of siths and clones.
If you don’t already have a Disney+ account, now is certainly a great time to make the move. With Disney+, you get access to every single Star Wars movie.
At this point, there’s a Star Wars film, series or short for everyone. If you want to celebrate May 4, but don’t have time to watch the entire catalog, use the guide below to choose the best Star Wars content for you based on your personality.
If you consider yourself the main character in your life… Celebrate with The Phantom Menace: Episode One, Attack of the Clones: Episode Twoand Revenge of the Sith: Episode Three. Sure, the storylines are familiar, but you’ll no doubt enjoy the “chosen one” plots.
If you have your Funkpop Star Wars merch on full display in your apartment… Have a field day catching up on the Star Wars Lego series, which includes Droid Tales, The Freemaker Adventures and All-Stars. Combining your love of toys and Star Wars? What could be better?
If you’re a low-key conspiracy theorist… Take a deep dive into the franchise’s world-building. The 2004Empire of Dreams: The Story of the Star Wars Trilogy is a two-and-a-half-hour documentary the covers everything from the different versions of the script to the media rollout of the films themselves. Additionally, there’s a documentary series that discusses how the popular Star Wars: The Mandalorian series connects to the larger storyline.
Star Wars is iconic for a reason. No matter what you choose to watch, you really can’t go wrong, so just sit back and enjoy. Oh, and may the force be worth you.
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