Kind of like saying, "I never ate at McDonald's. My closest experience was taking a bite of a Big Mac I found left out in the rain overnight, found on a Canal St. sidewalk.
Well, I'm not getting the connection to saying it's like that.
Maybe more like I never ate at McDonalds but once at a friends house and a few people were it eating and someone cut off a bite and I ate it. Don't remember whose hamburger I tasted. It was ok I guess, but I'm not gonna go get more.
While I sorta know what the story was, good vs evil, I don't know why they were fighting.
I do know that I probably couldn't get a lot of the stuff because of how I, don't really know the word, maybe how I process visual things?
I'm not good at separating a lot of stuff in my brain. A good example I've done a number of times is looking in a tool drawer. Even if it's pretty neat.
If I realize I need a screw driver and pull open the drawer, my brain immediately zones out and I couldn't tell you what I was looking at. I have to actually ask myself "What does a screwdriver look like?" and then I will scan in a methodical way until I see what I know it looks like.
Same way at those "find a word" puzzles. I'm lucky if I can find a couple of 3 letter words, and it's just not something fun at all.
So, getting back to star wars. I do remember 2 things. The camera was panning what I know today was supposed to be a big space station, but all I could see was squiggled up metal.
Same thing when people where flying and fighting and all these lasers and how in the world are they doing this so fast and where do they know where they are going and I how long this part is going to go on.
I mean, honestly, I don't hold anything against the movie, or all the other movies that came after it. Just wasn't my thing.