Well, I just finished Star Wars Episode V, The Empire Strikes Back. I liked it better than the first in pretty much every respect. There's a lot more of the things I care about in a movie in this one, and it seems like most of the problems with the first were gone: the acting was just fine, the editing and effects were much better, and it was just overall higher quality. There's not really much for me to say here; there aren't that many movies that have been analyzed more then the Star Wars series. What surprised me the most is how little of the movie I had actually seen. I would guess that I saw about 75% of it for the first time tonight; I had seen the lightsaber battle at the end several times, but didn't remember the Jedi training with Yoda or the Hoth battle at all, for example. There's not much else I can say about it other than the fact that I can definitively say that buying the original trilogy was money well spent. Episode II is still my favorite, I think, but this is a close second, and doesn't have nearly as much filler material.