I'd had trouble for a while combining my list of ranking the original 6 Lucas films with the 4 new Disney films. Thankfully, I fount a handy website that's willing to help me through the process! https://sorta.app/q/1001 I'm curious as to what all of your rankings are but here's mine (as heretical as you may consider them)... 1. Revenge of the Sith 2. Attack of the Clones. I love the amount of visual imagination bristling within every frame of the last 2 entries of the prequel trilogy. George Lucas can craft an action set-piece like nobody's business. Ewan McGregor is such an entertaining badass as Obi-Wan and he really makes you feel his heartbreak when Anakin falls to the Dark Side. Attack of the Clones & Revenge of the Sith are very much of a single unit in my mind. However, Revenge of the Sith gets a slight edge because it's the climactic finale to the whole thing. 3. Solo. I was surprised that this one ranked so high on my list but I think it's a lot of fun with a great supporting cast. I still get chills when we get to Val's death; even with very little screentime she does a fantastic job of conveying all of her history with Beckett. And in a franchise filled with erudite British villains, Paul Bettany's ability to turn on a dime between charm & menace makes Dryden Vos the scariest of all of them. 4. A New Hope. There's a reason why it's so iconic. Some of the production values haven't completely held up over the years but every scene is indelibly burned onto the pop culture landscape. I didn't grow up with the Star Wars movies. (We were much more of a Star Trek household.) But I still can't imagine a universe where this movie doesn't exist. 5. The Last Jedi. My feelings about this movie are a bit mixed. The scenes that work--basically anything with Luke, Rey, Kylo Ren, or DJ--work incredibly well. The other stuff with Poe & Vice-Admiral Holdo and Finn & Rose just kinda feel like filler. 6. Return of the Jedi. The whole Death Star II gives it a been-there-done-that vibe, but there's still a lot of great original material here. I'm especially fond of all the Jabba's palace stuff, which is like a mini-movie of its own. And the throne room scenes between Luke, Vader, & the Emperor are the emotional core of the entire original trilogy. 7. The Phantom Menace. Most people I know would automatically put this one at the bottom of their lists. What can I say? Duel of the Fates makes up for a lot. Plus we've got more great acting with McGregor & Liam Neeson. 8. The Force Awakens. I love the new characters. Harrison Ford gives one of his best performances in 20 years. The movie looks great. But the plot is a shitty cocktail of warmed over OT cliches and goddamn J.J. Abrams mystery boxes. (Part of the reason why I ranked The Last Jedi as high as I did was because it systematically throws away all of the mystery boxes or opens them to reveal that there was never anything inside.) 9. The Empire Strikes Back. I'm sure that some fans want to burn me at the stake for putting it this low. But the thing just has no forward momentum. It's only out of respect to the original cast that it avoids last place. 10. Rogue One. It looks great and the acting's terrific but I can't bring myself to actually care about any of the characters. (Except for K2SO. I want him & L3 to get a snarky robot spin-off together.) How does your ranking shake-out on that website?