Corbin Nomanisan Corbin starting to watch Star Wars: A New Hope for the first time. 8 years ago archshrk Corbin starting to watch Star Wars: A New Hope for the first time. Google+: View post on Google+ Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Related Tags: Google Continue Reading Previous So it appears my web sites were hackedNext We’ve started our garden again More Stories Nomanisan Julia is preparing for a mini-marathon 5 years ago archshrk Nomanisan Part of me wants to watch it so I can say with conviction how bad it really is 6 years ago archshrk Nomanisan Yesterday our small church had organized a "parents night out" 6 years ago archshrk 12 thoughts on “Corbin starting to watch Star Wars: A New Hope for the first time.” Quote (after seeing her for the first time): Princess Leia is my favorite princess. Reply Awesome!! Reply Wait … which version of the original?!? =) Reply Did he make it through the whole thing? My 5 year old watched it for the first time last weekend and didn't make it off Tatooine. I realized when watching with him that there's a lot more dialogue in that movie than I remembered. Reply +Kevin Taylor one of the worst versions, Guido shoots first and Jab a talks to Han before leaving Moss Islie Reply +Dan Wampler so far we're watching Han and Luke on the Death Star. Light Sabers are enough like pirate swords to keep his interest (but just barely) Reply +Luke Shiras poor lad, might never know the originals. But, great patenting, nonetheless. (also, check your autocorrect. pretty funny) Reply Thanks. The funny part is when putting the DVD away I realized I had the original on the bonus disk. I won't make that mistake again. Reply I remember reading a post about the best way to watch the original trilogy with modern kids. It said basically watch, comment, and encourage them to comment and participate. Reply Just don't show him this Dancing to "I'm Han Solo" on Kinect Star Wars Reply That is very disturbing, and proof that George Lucas has lost his mind to give license to that. Reply As I said. Don't show him. (or yourself – but a bit late for that) One interview about Kinect Star Wars says it's "the most authentic SW experience" Kinect Star Wars Exclusive Preview Which really does say something for the state of the franchise. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.