Some films you walk out of, and you feel... Well, like Dak. Like you could take on the whole Empire by yourself. Yeah - okay, Dak was a loser - but you get my meaning. It's this feeling of exhileration. An exuberence that lasts for hours after the film. As you go walking out of the theatre and through the parking lot your feet hardly touch the ground. Some films are really good that way. Matrix had it a bit. I knew, leaving that theatre, that if I had a leather trenchcoat and sunglasses, I too could run up walls and do the flippy kicking kung fu thing. Raiders of the Lost Ark had it. Who can honestly say they didn't grab the first rope like object and begin whipping it about afterwards. Throw me the idle, I throw you the skipping rope. And Star Wars. Star Wars had it in spades. Now - we've talked many a time about our favourite scenes in the SW saga, but I don't think we've talked about that feeling. For myself... it's the chase through the asteroids in Empire. Most specifically, the very moment the music really kicks in... (sing along with me DAHdahda dah dah dahhh dum). To this day that very moment makes me wish to hell I had a spaceship. The computer games are okay - but are a poor substitute. Next runner up is the very beginning of Phantom Menace as Qui Gon and Obi Wan are tearing through battle droids like so much cannon fodder. So what was it for you? What scene, more than any other makes you want to just leap right through that screen and be a part of the legend?