I'm 35 years old, and I was 9 when Star Wars The New Hope first came out in theaters. I was there when it all started, and I was at the PERFECT age to appreciate it the most. Star Wars impacted my life at an age when I was discovering the world - and therefore, Star Wars impacted how I saw and experienced the world ever since. I believe that those Star Wars fans out there that are in their 30s have a special relationship with Star Wars. We have a unique perspective that I don't think others have. Fans in their 40s or older did not have the same "life changing" experience when Star Wars first came out, primarily because their view of the word had already been largely formed. And fans that are in their 20s or younger did not have the opportunity to experience Star Wars at its birth, and/or had so many other high tech movies and TV shows to choose from that Star Wars did not have the same impact. Am I wrong? What do you think? And how do you think your generation (your age) plays in how you view and experience the Star Wars Odyssey?