The Star Wars movies are possibly my favorite movie franchise and I've always heard a bias against them as like 'if you like them you're a geek' now I do know there are guys with no lives who cosplay as it etc, but besides owning the movies on dvd and later bluray and maybe an old toy light saber I bought as a young teen in the back of my closet I'm not some fanboy. I think the movies have good moments and even some good meaning behind the whole fall from grace and later redemption thing with vader. But it baffles me because I've heard people who religiously watch marvel movies call SW fans geeks. And comic books always seemed worse to me. Anyway personally I don't care much, I like Star Wars but they aren't a big part of my life or anything. I'm just curios why it's seen as something that's kid like when a guy running around in tights fighting a giant lizard isn't (by some) no disrespect to the geeks by the way, I'm just wondering why Star Wars seems more singled out than other films.
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I will happily say I am a self confessed geek, I got some pretty geeky hobbies been to a couple cons which was fun with great company ( never dressed up though not really me).
Just ignore people like that so what, as long as you like the hobby then so what tell them to buzz off and let them just be you.
And the original trilogy was the better, there I said it :P0