'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker' has been added to Disney+ globally from today, meaning that every 'Star Wars' movie has been added to the streaming service for you to watch.
If, however, you're living with someone who hasn't watched any of them, you might be thinking to yourself that now's a good time to work your way through them all with them - but where to start, and in what order? And which ones should be left out, if any?
Well, we've taken care of the hard work for you and come up with a suggested order of the movies, including our reasons for leaving out certain entries.
Take a look.
BEGIN WITH... 'ROGUE ONE'
Yes, this might seem like a bold choice but it's important to lay the groundwork for what's going on. You could argue that kicking things off with 'A New Hope' is the way to go, but really, that comes later. 'Rogue One' is the perfect entree because for someone who's never watched 'Star Wars' before because there's enough recognisable people in it for them to latch on to. Ben Mendelsohn, he's in 'The Outsider', Felicity Jones was in loads of Oscar-bait dramas, you've got Diego Luna from 'Narcos: Mexico' and Darth Vader turns up for one incredible scene at the end. This will lead nicely into...
FOLLOW-UP WITH... 'A NEW HOPE'
We're assuming the person (or persons) you're watching this with know that 'Star Wars' originally started in 1977, so they'll be forgiving of how cheesy some of the dialogue is and how poor the CGI has aged. Again, the classic looks and the ropey acting can be forgiven because what follows is just so damn good.
THEN GO ON TO... 'THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK'
The creme de la creme. If this doesn't win them over, nothing will. Even though the big reveal is as ubiquitous and as well-known as anything you can think of, this is going to be a big moment. Here's where the ordering goes a little weird, but stick with it because it'll make sense in the grand scheme of things.
IF THEY LIKED IT, FOLLOW WITH... 'REVENGE OF THE SITH'
Yes, we're neglecting 'Attack of the Clones' and 'The Phantom Menace' because you can watch 'Revenge of the Sith' and fill in the blanks as you go along. This will act as a nice little buffer between 'The Empire Strikes Back' and 'Return of the Jedi', and give it a bit more context to the story of Darth Vader / Anakin Skywalker and his children. Plus, it's the best of the prequels so there's that too.
MOVE ON WITH... 'RETURN OF THE JEDI'
OK, we've set the background for this and we know that Darth Vader is really Luke Skywalker's father, and we get the move from ruthless warlord to tragic figure in the character. We also know that the Emperor has really been using Darth Vader like a pawn, and that this is something that's hung over Luke Skywalker since he learned who his father is. It also cushions the original weirdness of learning that Luke and Leia are twins, too.
IF THEY'RE INTERESTED, MAYBE TRY... 'SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY'
It's not the best, by any means, but it's definitely an enjoyable movie and one that suffered from the weight of expectation on its shoulders. This is definitely optional, but if they've come this far, odds are they're into it so it's a good entry into the wider universe. You could even give them 'The Mandalorian' to watch as well, just to fill out the time period between 'Return of the Jedi' and...
AND NOW... 'THE FORCE AWAKENS', 'THE LAST JEDI' AND 'THE RISE OF SKYWALKER'
Well, these are the most recent 'Star Wars' movies and the likes of John Boyega, Daisy Ridley and Adam Driver launched their careers off the back of them, so chances are they'll want to watch all three. Best not to give away any spoilers, because all three movies are relatively self-contained.