The 10 Best Moments From The World’s Most Memorable Movie (And Other Things)

Posted November 25, 2018 11:18:20The ten best moments from The World As We Know It, the latest installment in the Star Wars universe, are in.

We’ve chosen 10 of the best moments in the film’s six-movie run to highlight here.

It’s a good thing the film wasn’t released in theaters, because it’s a great example of the sort of things Star Wars films do well.

The opening scene has Han Solo standing on the beach, watching the fireworks, and marveling at the new cityscape.

It’s a beautiful moment, one that’s sure to excite Star Wars fans, but one that leaves plenty of room for improvement.

The new city of Canto Bight is still in the works, but it’s been nearly six years since the events of Return of the Jedi.

There are plenty of elements missing from this cityscape that don’t lend themselves to a traditional film cityscape, but at least we know it’s there.

The water is flowing, people are walking around the city, and it looks like it’s going to be a pretty nice place to live.

The rest of the film takes place on a desert planet.

This is where the film opens and ends, with the planet’s inhabitants gathering to celebrate the death of their old leader, Darth Vader.

The desert is also where Leia and Han have their first encounter with the Millennium Falcon.

In this film, the Millennium Falcons are a little more mobile, though not much.

There’s a lot of action in the first half of the movie, but then it starts to slow down.

This might be because the Falcon was originally intended to be the film-carrier, but that’s not the case here.

The film moves at a very leisurely pace, with no big scenes to set up.

We still have a lot to learn about the Falcon, and its abilities, but the scenes with the Falcon are the best we’ve seen in a Star Wars film yet.

The Falcon can be seen in action a lot more often in this film than in the previous two installments, which is a welcome change from the Falcon’s debut.

In fact, the Falcon is almost entirely absent from the final battle, but we still get a few memorable shots.

We also get to see a lot about the rebel forces, with a few of them having to fight off the Empire’s stormtroopers.

The first scene in particular, where Luke Skywalker and Vader fight the Imperials in the Death Star hangar, is one of the most memorable scenes in the entire film.

The film ends with the arrival of the Millennium Rebel Alliance, and we get to meet some of the characters we’ve come to know and love in the new movie.

We see a few new faces in this first half, and then it’s back to normal for the film.

This is a film that’s been around for more than six years now, and the final scene in this final chapter is one that we’ve never seen before.

It really shows off all of the strengths of the Star War universe, from the way that it combines a sci-fi setting with a real-world action sequence, to the way in which it uses the classic Star Wars motif of the stormtrooper.

This film is a real treat, and if you’re a fan of the franchise, you should be very excited to see what’s next in this galaxy far, far away.