My favorite is Episode 1. This is because I had grown up as a child through the Original Trilogy, played with all the toys, blah blah blah...and that 14 year gap between the end of VI and the start of production for I was really a terrible time for Star Wars in my mind. Anyhow, I went to see TPM 10 times. And I would walk 3 miles to the theater and 3 miles home each time. This was in northwest Tucson, before a lot of the population expansion of the current era. Plus...movie tickets were cheap back then compared to today. Darth Maul totally rocked the boat! In second place is Episode 3. The acting by Chancellor/Emperor Palpatine was really great in this movie. Plus, the lighsabre battles were EPIC. The third place movie is Episode 2. I just totally loved the lightsabre battles in the arena. Plus less Jar Jar. I did not mind him that much in Episode 1, but the less joking around in these movies, the better. For me, these are serious mythological tales, unlike typical movies. I refuse to pay to see 99% of movies these days because they are not powerful mythological tales like the Star Wars series is. Notice How I have placed the Prequel Trilogy movies at the start of my list? This is not to piss PT haters off, but I really enjoyed them more because of the way better battle scenes, better looking spacecraft, and more environments. OT just doesn't stand up to PT. Fourth place is Episode 4. This is the first one I saw, at the age of 5. Me and my older brother used to make "Star Wars towns" in our expansive closets at home...using matchbox cars for robots, star wars figures, and other toys to make the buildings. I had a weird growing up period...never abused, never did drugs, never got into drinking even. I guess this all really had a positive effect on my life and will always be a great memory for me. For the fifth pace installment, I choose Episode 5. I really enjoyed the facing off of father vs. son. Last, but not least is Episode 6. Too many Ewoks in it for me. Plus, the final fight between father and son could have had more PT style action. But the most positive part of the movie was the Emperor.