It looks like the only thing a little bit faster (emphasis on little bit) than the Millennium Falcon is this recap of all the Star Wars movies in 6 minutes. Not only is it done in that amount of time, it's also done in one take -- which is pretty cool on its own. Part of me wonders if they had some sort of teleprompter in front of them while they were recapping the movies or if they did it all from memory.
The other part of me wants to look it all up but I know I'm not going to because the allure of not knowing is so much sweeter than actually knowing... I think. That's how life works right? You bumble around not knowing stuff until something finally good happens to you?
Anyway, I think it's really funny how they decided to recap the movies. They really only do a recap of the Original Trilogy but they save 30 seconds for all of the Prequel movies. And honestly, I think that was the best way to go about it. I mean, what else is there to say about the Prequel Trilogy. All you really need to know, you can find out in the last 30 seconds of the video.
Back to that idea of not knowing vs. knowing things. I think there's a lot of strength in that. There's something really ideal about not knowing the road ahead of you before you start driving or walking or biking or rollerskating or flying down it. It's almost like, Luke didn't know he was going to be a Jedi Knight but he became one and it was awesome and now I have something to look forward to in my life.
I don't think I'm going to become some Jedi Knight or whatever but I know something cool should happen with my life at some point and I can't spend so much time stressing out about what may or may not happen. I have to embrace the unknown. I think all of us should at one point, right?