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Probably the single most influential Sci-Fi movie in history, kick starting the single most influential Sci-Fi movie series in history. The start of a legend in this break out blockbuster of the millennium. Well crafted, well written, and a whole galaxy of characters and potential.
The film isn't flawless, but it paved the way for two superior direct sequels, 3 underwhelming but overly unfairly hated prequels, a continuation of side stories and distant sequels, an innumerable amount of books and comics, and a ton of fun video games. There hasn't been anything so impactful in cinema since, and may never again.

Mistake Status: Have not looked, might in the future but not sure I can find anything new. But up for the challenge.

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Other mistake: When the stormtroopers break into the control room, the stormtrooper on the right of the screen hits his head on the door frame. On the DVD release they've added a thump when he hits it. (01:18:55)

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[Princess Leia gets her first look at the Millenium Falcon.]
Princess Leia: You came in that thing? You're braver than I thought.

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Trivia: On its initial release, the film was booked in just 37 theaters. It ended up breaking 36 house records.

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Question: There's a HUGE rumor that's been going around since Return of the Jedi came out: There's actually three more scripts (besides the prequels). Is there, in fact, a Star Wars: Episode VII, Episode VIII, and Episode IX? If so, what are they about?

Answer: This was long a long-standing rumour, but George Lucas always denied it. He allowed various authors to cover the history of that time period in book form - if he'd had any serious intention of doing films set in that timeframe, he wouldn't have done that. Since that time of course Disney took over the franchise and has announced new films, but entirely separate from the previous "expanded universe" of the novels, and not involving any ideas George Lucas may have had in the past.

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