The most oft-repeated line, “May the Force be with you,” became the punny name of the official Star Wars holiday, May The 4th Be With You, unofficially known as Star Wars Day.
One of the most iconic lines in the entire franchise (and in movie history), is "May the Force be with you." But there are many more lines throughout the 130+ hours of Star Wars content, and these are some of the best, broken down by which movie or TV show they appear in.
"I have a bad feeling about this" is a well-known phrase in Star Wars and has become a running gag throughout the saga, as well as several different Lucasfilm stories and other works.
His talkative role in just one “Star Wars” movie propelled him to the top of this list. He spoke more than 1,800 words, but only one truly mattered: midi-chlorians.
Swear words unique to Star Wars like “kriffing,” “karabast,” and “e chu ta,” among others, make the universe so rich and compelling. Original phrases like “dank farrik” may be alien in nature, but their meaning isn't difficult to translate.
“If this is a consular ship, where is the ambassador?” In his first-ever dialogue exchange as Darth Vader, James Earl Jones sets the tone immediately.
“Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering.”
1. "Do or do not. There is no try." This quote is a simple lesson in commitment and the power in giving something our all—not just giving it a try.
Though Obi-Wan's "I have the high ground" line has become something of a meme since the release of Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith, it remains one of the best lines in the prequel trilogy.
Although the film centers around his character, Luke Skywalker isn't really in the film – but he does have one iconic line, from the trailer: “The Force is strong in my family. My father has it. I have it. My sister has it.
The first word spoken in 1977's Star Wars is “did” (C-3PO's opening line to R2-D2 is, “Did you hear that?”), the first word in 1980's Empire Strikes Back is “echo” (Luke says, “Echo 3 to Echo 7,” into his communicator), and the first word in 1983's Return of the Jedi is “command” (an Imperial officer alerts the in- ...
“The greatest teacher, failure is.” Yoda says this line to Luke, admonishing him for failing to keep his promise to pass on what he had learned. Luke had been focusing on teaching others about his success and mastery of the Force, but when faced with failure, he stopped teaching.
“Don't center on your anxieties, Obi-Wan. Keep your concentration here and now, where it belongs.” “Always remember, your focus determines your reality.” – Qui-Gon Jinn.
The Mandalorian frequently repeats what would would seem to be an age-old Mandalorian mantra. "This is the way," is repeated constantly. It's the latest in a series of memorable and repeated Star Wars proverbs.
“Fear is the path to the dark side … fear leads to anger … anger leads to hate … hate leads to suffering.” — "The Phantom Menace," 1999.
“This is the Way.”
Perhaps the most important line of the series, repeated over and over again, this is the mantra of the Mandalorians. It is an agreement on a set of standards for battle, for honor, and for life. It also reveals the way The Mandalorian works.
Yoda : Remember, a Jedi's strength flows from the Force. But beware. Anger, fear, aggression. The dark side are they.
In The Phantom Menace, Yoda says to young Anakin Skywalker, “Fear is the path to the Dark Side. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate …
“You were right about me. Tell your sister… you were right.” Those were the last words Anakin Skywalker, aka Darth Vader, ever said while he was alive.
History. Before he became a disciple of the dark side, Darth Vader was Anakin Skywalker, a goodhearted Jedi and hero of the Clone Wars.
Even after his brutal scorching in the fires of Mustafar, sand remained the only natural phenomenon that Vader feared. To him, sand was a reminder that he'd failed to save his mother or Padme from death.
Dark Jedi, also known as "Fallen" Jedi, were Force-sensitives, frequently former Jedi, who chose to deny the light side of the Force or follow the dark side.
When host Jimmy Fallon told Jackson that Hill is first on the list, The Banker star replied: “That's some bulls***.” Hill has used a total of 376 curse words in film history, followed by Leonardo DiCaprio who has cursed 361 times. Jackson came in third with 301 curses used throughout his career.