You might think that the best way to watch the Star Wars film franchise is to start at number one “The Phantom Menace” and then slowly work your way through the end and the Rise of Skywalker. One thing is for certain, to give these films the screening they deserve you definitely need to have a Home Cinema Installation Coventry, or anywhere else in the country for that matter, to do it justice. So, if you don’t go from episode one to nine how should you watch them?
The reason for the out of sequence approach is partly to do with the big “No, I am your Father” bit. The incredulous feeling that you get, much like Luke’s at the time, when you find this out is lost if you start at the Phantom Menace. Therefore it’s actually much better to do it partly in the theatrical releases. However, the sheer brilliance of Rogue One has meant that the sequence has to be updated to fit it in as it’s a real shame to miss it out or watch it in sequence, even when it’s not an actual part of the official nine films.
We’ve not included the TV shows here and whilst they are important to the other companion shows they are more of nice to watch than actually be part of the main story. The order should be;