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Star Wars Streaming Guide: Where to Watch Online

This covers the original trilogy, the new trilogy, the prequels, and any other Star Wars -related movie that will come out now and forever. Follow our guide so you don't miss a single lightsaber battle, Force-choke, or questionable hairstyle.

The Phantom Menace is rightfully considered the bottom of the barrel of Star Wars movies. Sure, it's nice to begin the story of Anakin Skywlaker but did we have to start when he was an actual child? Still, give Phantom Menace a rewatch or first time watch anyway but a pretty great third act and a John Williams score befitting a much better movie. Amazon , Google Play , YouTube. Do you hate sand? Then boy do we have a protagonist for you. Attack of the Clones is a marked improvement over The Phantom Menace and introduces one of the more fascinating galactic conflicts in Stars Wars history with the Clone Wars.

Attack of the Clones doesn't exploit that Clone War concept nearly enough to save a pretty lackluster film but at least there's less Jar Jar. Now this is more like it. Revenge of the Sith features many of the same drawbacks that its prequel cousins have. Its dialogue is rough and there's an overreliance on greenscreen.

It does, however, have something that no other prequel does: The original Star Wars. The only movie that was once officially called Star Wars with no subtitle or episode title after.

Even after all these years it remains a stunning storytelling and technical achievement. This is the space opera you're looking for. It's not hard to see why. The Empire Strikes Back is a remarkable middle chapter for the franchise and makes the absolute most of its extended cast of characters and nails the concept of a mid-series climax. We know some of you hate the Ewoks. Some of you are fools. Return of the Jedi faces a huge burden as the film to wrap up a story that was already beautifully told throughout two films.

It's not a perfect movie but it is a near perfect conclusion. Here's how you can legally rewatch all six previous movies in the digital era -- and if you're in the UK, here's how you can do it for free. These are the legal options: No matter what country you're in, almost certainly the easiest and cheapest way to watch the movies is on disc, either by ordering online or by stepping away from your computer and venturing into the real world to find a shop.

If you want to download and own a digital copy, you can buy each film in high definition individually, or as part of the "Digital Movie Collection", which contains all six films in HD. The digital versions of the original films are the "Special Editions" from , which added extra effects and re-inserted deleted scenes. In between are a number of animated series, including "Star Wars: Clone Wars" and "Star Wars: Once you've read on to find out how to watch them in your country, your next decision is which order to watch them in.

Why not try the so-called Machete Order that changes a few things around -- and cuts out Jar-Jar completely? To buy the original trilogy in digital form, head for online shops such as Google Movies, Amazon Video or iTunes.

None of the films are available to legally watch online through a subscription service, although "The Clone Wars" is on Netflix and "Rebels" is on Disney XD.

There are no Australian subscription services offering the Original trilogy. You're better served when it comes to animated TV spin-offs. Netflix has the "Clone Wars" series, which is set in the gap between "Attack of the Clones" and "Revenge of the Sith". Foxtel has "Rebels", which bridges the gap between the prequels and original trilogy. Other outlets include Wuaki.

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