My top ten favourite quotes from Star Wars.
What makes Star Wars so great?
The story goes that George Lucas had made a long movie, and originally written an even longer script. However the final edit, the cutting of the sequences together, the overlay of a colour wash, and most of all the music was to make Star Wars A New Hope, an unforgettable experience.
I saw the film in 1976 as a child, and it was the single most exciting film I ever saw. You can see my reflections on seeing the film on my home page video: In a nutshell, I started writing Science Fiction Space Opera fiction a short time after.
Please write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have suggestions for quotes from the other two Star Wars films or if you would like me to give you my best quotes from other films.
And please do not hesitate to add in your favourites in the comments below.
Star Wars was and always has been a hugely important film to many many people, as the days are counted down to the release of The Force Awakens. These Star Wars 10 best quotes are a way of remembering what makes the series great, and getting back into the groove ahead of the film’s release.
So counting down from #10 to the all time #1, please take a look at:
Star Wars 10 Best Quotes,
my personal selection:
#10 Princess Leia: Aren’t you a little short for a stormtrooper
#9 Luke: I am a Jedi like my father before me
#8 C3P0: “And don’t let me catch you following me, begging for help, because you won’t get it.”
#7 Luke: What’s this?
#6 Han Solo: Jumping through hyperspace ain’t like dusting crops
That was the five five of my Star Wars 10 best quotes, now we head towards the important top three – who will be at number 1?
#5 Red 5 Stay on Target
#4 Medal Ceremony – complete silence
#3 Han Solo’s best bits
#2 Han Solo: Let the Wookie Win
#1 Obi-wan Kenobi The Force is with you now and always
That’s it my Star Wars 10 best Quotes.
Please do forward to your friends, and add in your own suggestions.
Star Wars does not belong to just me,
it belongs to all of us.
About Sally Ann Melia:
Sally Ann Melia is life-long Science Fiction fan. She saw Star Wars as a child and has loved Space Opera fiction and tales of huge Galactic Empires ever since; in particular, Frank Herbert’s Dune series and Iain M. Banks Culture. She lives in Farnham, Surrey with husband David, and has two children and three gerbils.
In 2014, she published a young adult science fiction adventure : Guy Erma and the Son of Empire. The book has been received with over 50, 4 & 5 star reviews on Amazon.
This year look out for the new three-part serialisation of Guy Erma and the Son of Empire: Kidnap (17/5/15); Hunter (30/5/15); Exile (14/6/15). Followed by a new book of the artwork created for the series: The Artwork of Guy Erma and the Son of Empire.
The sequel: Guy Erma and the Araneidae Dome is due to be published in November 2015.