List Rules Vote up the statements that most closely resonate with your feelings towards Star Wars at this point in time.
Star Wars, as an entity, has always sparked heated debates. It's possible to be ostracized by friends and family because your thoughts on the newest A Star Wars Story are misaligned with the rest of the world's. There are those purists who prefer Lucas's original three films, and there are those who revel in the acrobatic and visual splendor of the prequel era.
Star Wars fandom can be quite hostile, but it's a franchise that boasts about the pitfalls of exclusivity, and the importance of diversity. Being a Star Wars fan means enjoying the magic on screen, even if a person only gravitates towards one specific entry. Star Wars is an ever-evolving tapestry, and sometimes it's best to evaluate one's opinion on a franchise releasing at least one new film every year.
I will keep consuming anything and everything 'Star Wars' for as long as the franchise continues.
I'm an obligatory 'Star Wars' viewer.
I'm annoyed by all the fan service of the Disney films.
I stopped caring because there’s too much of it now.
I go with my family as part of a tradition.
I’m casually interested.
I'm more enthusiastic about the series because of the increasingly diverse cast.
I stopped caring during the prequels.
I’ll watch them when they go on a streaming service but not in theaters.
I believe the 'A Star Wars Story' movies are more interesting than the saga films.
I'll only see a new movie if Kathleen Kennedy is no longer involved in producing.
I won’t watch any of the Disney 'Star Wars', Lucas-era only.
I'll see the movies only if they're free/I don't have to pay.
I haven’t liked a 'Star Wars' movie since the ‘80s.