All Six Star Wars Films at Once is a Trippy, Nerdy Experience Fit for a Gallery Installation

Have you ever wanted to watch all six Star Wars films in under three hours? Ever wondered if Lucas hid Easter eggs only viable when double-exposing certain movies? Two months ago, YouTuber "marcus"  (Marcus Rosentrater, senior illustrator for FX's series, Archer) teased a super-mashup of all six Star Wars films with this nine-minute sample. The entire video, now released in it's two-hour-twenty-two-minute glory is oddly watchable and possibly fit for its own gallery show as seen in the curated screenshots below.

The result of the mashup is really pretty lovely, a mix of potent cyan shadows and orange-tinted highlights, accentuated by layers and layers of color grading. While I'm not sure I'd watch the entire film(s) start-to-finish, I had a really great time jumping around the video finding how the action overlapped and wanting to punch through my screen whenever I caught a glimpse of JarJar.

Turns out the only way to make the prequels watchable is by layering them over each other and Episodes IV, V, and VI — who knew?

The full 200+ image gallery of stills from Marcus can be found here.

[Via marcus and The Verge]

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Jimmy Schaefer's picture

Garbage! might as well just start screen shooting all these comments and sell it for myself with that thinking spencer wallace

Justin Haugen's picture

i'm no rocket surgeon, but i think he was making a joke, or at the very least a tongue in cheek comment.

Mr Blah's picture

I need that R2-D2 one on my wall. NOW! (5th row from top, right side)

Sean Shimmel's picture

Even tongue-tied and twisted I can clearly declare... yuck.

Dylon Algire's picture

Yeah...not seeing the appeal of these at all. Someone will buy some for a ridiculous amount of money though.