Disney promised a new “Star Wars” movie every year after it acquired Lucasfilm, and the saga keeps on keeping on with “Episode VIII: The Last Jedi.” But while many would call themselves “Star Wars” fans, even they will admit that the movies in the saga are by no means created equal.In reverse order, here is a rundown of the best and worst that these films (not counting the cartoons, the Ewok spin-off or the infamous Holiday Special) have to offer. “Episode I: The Phantom Menace” We waited 16 years for George Lucas to return to this universe, and what did we get?Close second: Yoda’s lightsaber battle with Count Dooku (Christopher Lee).
He spent summers on Long Island with his maternal grandmother, Rose Schwartz, and attended the Actors Studio in New York City; he studied as well at the Arts York drama program at Unionville High School in Markham, Ontario.
He acquired wider notice while starring in Fox Family Channel's television series Higher Ground in 2000, portraying a teen who was sexually molested by his stepmother, and then turned to drugs in his despair.
In 2005, Christensen made his Broadway debut when he appeared briefly in a 10-minute play.
In 2005, he took part in the fifth annual "24 Hour Plays" benefit, which raises cash for nonprofit groups in the Big Apple.
This first non-“Episode” movie in the series is less a film than a series of Easter eggs for hardcore fans to find and enjoy; the rest of us wound up less entertained.
Highlight: The climactic battle sequence, spotlighting the extraordinary combat skills of [SPOILER REDACTED], whose proficiency with The Force makes up for [SPOILER REDACTED].Also Read: ' Star Wars': How the First 6 Films Performed at Box Office Highlight: The light-saber battle between Qui-Gon Jinn (Liam Neeson) and Darth Maul (Ray Park) – they’re the two most interesting characters the movie has to offer, so naturally both get killed off before the closing credits roll. “Episode II: Attack of the Clones” A slight improvement over its predecessor, in the same way that a stubbed toe hurts less than a migraine.This installment introduces a hockey-haired Hayden Christensen as a petulant Anakin, smitten with Senator Amidala (Natalie Portman), despite her noting, “To me, you’ll always be that little boy on Tatooine” upon their reunion. Highlight: The fight between Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan Mc Gregor) and Jango Fett (Temuera Morrison), which feels like a genuine clash of equals." as seen on the official website to commemorate the 2006 DVDs. Jackson, Jamie Bell, and Rachel Bilson in the film Jumper, the story of a young man who discovers he has the ability to teleport; the film was released on February 14, 2008.Quantum Quest: A Cassini Space Odyssey is the fourth film in which Christensen stars with Samuel L. In 2010, Christensen sued USA Network over allegations that they stole his idea for the TV show Royal Pains.(No one can forget the immortal line, “I don’t like sand.”) Also Read: First Reactions to ' Star Wars: the Last Jedi' Are In: ' I Can't Wait to See It Again' 8.