Top Ten Star Wars ScenesThe complete Star Wars Saga now spans 5 decades and has some of the most incredible, memorable, and iconic scenes in the history of cinema. But which of these movie moments are the very best?
Looking backwards, it seems like the entire Star Wars Sage was going for this Epic Battle, when neither Mind nor Honor matters, and the Master must confront his loved Student.
So many classic scenes and moments in this saga, but this one edges out the rest; plus it gives greater weight to the Obi-Wan vs Vader scene in ANH.
This is my favorite movies fight scene of all time. It's so cool! Intense music, fire, lava, blood
Mainly the scene before and after it is so heart wrenching
Obi-Wan is not spelled right above. Plus that fight is predictable since we know who wins anyways. This is unexpected since you should watch the originals first.
I started with the originals and it was worth it
The Scene that defines Star Wars
Iconic, classic perfection
As heartbreaking as Anakin's death might have been, I'm still glad Palpatine got what he deserved!
Well, turn out that there IS still good in him.
For me at least, it was a pretty emotional scene...
Kinda like the Holocaust. but instead killing thousands of Jedi.
I love the music.
Holocaust of Star Wars
Most exciting scene in any of the Star Wars films.
This is why episode 4 is my favorite
The whole symbolic relevance of Yoda in Empire Strikes Back was to show that a jedi's power comes from the soul, not a lightsaber. The last two prequel films screwed up his character.
It may not be the most famous scene, it may not be the most liked, well-made or the best one, but hell, it's the most epic scene of the series.
The leader of Evil battles the leader of Justice. Classic.
Epic ending to an epic movie - While Anakin failed to destroy the dark side and joined it instead, A new hope is born in the shape of Anakin's Children, who'll bring the balance to the force when the time is right.
It's a quite emotional scene, and the acting in that part from both Hayden Christensen and Natalie Portman was excellent. it was a quite hard hittingly emotional scene
The Dark Knight finally revels himself to the jedi. Epic.
The "and I thought they smelled bad on the outside" quote makes this scene awesome
The I am your father reveal would have been good, if fanboys who were at the cinema in 1980 would accept that there are people who have not yet seen the movie. STOP SPOILING THE MOVIE.
Why is this not higher on the list? Really? Only number 7? I think that this should be number 1 on this list and Darth Vader's ''I am your father, Luke'' moment should be number 2! I love how Leia says to Han, ''I love you'', and how he replies, ''I know''! It is sooo iconic!
A Preparation to the duel of Luke and Vader, yet better then the duel itself.
Great Han Solo scene. He's just a hero; standing there and trying to be brave, hust to make it easier for Leia, even telling Chewie it's okay (and saying "I know" <3).
A great way to visualize the ongoing conflict Luke is going through while training to become a Jedi.
Luke went down to the cave in a mission to deal with his worst fear. Bouns: A Clue for the end of the movie.
Awesome he destroys like a hundred of them
This scene at the end of R1 is pretty cool.
Both the parents of Luke skywalker talk for the very first time
So corny. "Are you an angel? " Autic correct is hostile horribly ugh, you yet if right?
NOT VIOLIN VIOLIN VIOLIN VIOLA ACK
I also like that before Grievous shows his lightsaber move, all the droids are about to open fire on Obi-Wan but grievous is like "back away! I'll deal with this Jedi slime myself! " implying that he wants to finish obi-wan off himself because he hates him
This is an awesome duel. it's one of the best duels in the series. grievous's secret lightsaber move is really entertaining and it's cool to see Obi-Wan chase after grievous through Pau City. and in the end, grievous is killed off in an awesome way.
2 words: hello there
This is absolutely my favorite scene out of all seven of the main films. It's subtle, but it really shows the power of the Force and how strong it can be in anyone; even a little guy like Yoda. It's the pinnacle of the spiritual undertones Episode V carries.
It just baffles me how tiny little alien teddy bears can take out armored soldiers and robots.
The one moment that symbolizes the beginning of Luke's journey. The beautiful cinematography combined with the score easily makes this one of the best scenes in the movies.
Young Anakin shows his potential when riding a pod-racer and races against the undefeated champion Sebulba. Love how it copied the scene out of Ben-Hur.
At least Jar Jar is describing how modern society is today.
This is an awesome sequence and the first time we seen yoda fight with a lightsaber