Just saw Return of the Jedi in theaters for the first time this past weekend. While I saw the original Star Wars when it was re-released in the Special Edition format back in '97, I didn't see either of its sequels when they were re-released in the subsequent months. This was the first time I ever saw the final film of the trilogy in theaters, and I had a good time, although I was somewhat disheartened, since the movie theater I went to had the film cranked up so incredibly loud that it hurt my ears. Also, the audience was quite vocal through a lot of it (not in a good way), and kept laughing at a lot of the lines ("I feel the anger swelling up within you," by Palpatine; the scenes where Luke reveals to Leia their true relationship; and, most annoyingly, during Yoda's death scene). I mean, really, how immature can the audience get? Still, it was a great privilege to get to see this movie on the big screen. Watching all of the Special Editions (I'm showing my GF the movies for the first time), it's pretty annoying to see the CGI changes that Lucas has made. They are so glaring, and the original SFX holds up so beautifully, even on the big screen, that it makes one wonder what the hell Lucas was even thinking when he added them in. They were so pointless, yet so glaring. So what are your guys' experience been with the OT on the big screen? I'm hoping they maybe do 3D re-releases or something to get the other ones on the big screen, since I'd love to see Episodes IV and V as well (and VI without the volume up so high!)!