Actually, there are about 9 Star Wars movies in all if you count the
two Ewaq films that take place following events in Return of the Jedi
where Wikit and the other Ewaqs have their own full motion
adventures. The two movies are the Ewaq Adventure and the Battle for
Endore. Surprisingly many Star Wars fans either don't know about or
forget these two spin offs of the original Star Wars movies which
continue events following Return of the Jedi.
On 5/5/11, Dakotah Rickard <dakotah.rick...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Well, as I've had to deal with that question a lot, and as I'm a
> bonafide nerd, I think Shawn pointed it out pretty well.
> However, Star Wars has a few more differences, and I don't mean tech
> ones either, although there're a plenty of those.
> Star Trek is more closely based on scientific discovery and
> possibilities, whereas Star Wars is more based around principals of
> action and adventure.
> Literarily speaking, I'd say that Star Trek is more about a broader
> universe and how it effects individuals whereas Star Wars takes the
> other side, how individuals effect a broader universe.
> Star Wars is a series of seven movies, one animated and the rest live
> action, as well as an animated TV show, series of comics, and mass of
> books. Honestly, this differs only somewhat from Star Trek: eleven
> movies, none animated, five shows, although one series features
> animated episodes in addition to the live-action ones, and Star Trek
> also has a vast number of books associated with it. Both are rather
> large phenomena, so looking them up couldn't hurt anyone who doesn't
> know about them.
> Hope this hasn't been too pedantic.
> Dakotah Rickard
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