Star Wars: Vader Wasn't Always Luke's Father?

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  • Andrea Doherty
    Andrea Doherty 3 days ago

    I was 6 when I first seen star wars in 2015

  • Jason Wood
    Jason Wood 4 days ago

    I saw the original star wars when i was five, and it remains one of my earliest(and fondest) memories. My dad took me to the drive in to see it(leaving my sisters at home), and it led to my life long fascination with space.

  • Leondia Davis
    Leondia Davis 5 days ago

    Probably 5 so you start school and no body can ruin star wars

  • Geoff Johnson
    Geoff Johnson 9 days ago

    I guess it's too late for Ben to see this, but the Wampa thing is just a myth. The scene was written a year before the accident, and George Lucas has gone on record saying it had nothing to do with Hamill.

  • Joshua Harrover
    Joshua Harrover 10 days ago

    My family showed me Star Wars when I was about four or five years old. Trust me, it's harmless, and it's a great way to spend time with your kids.

  • NORIX AX
    NORIX AX 15 days ago

    He should be 6 or 7

  • Greeditation Hangry
    Greeditation Hangry 17 days ago

    Ohh. wasn't always his father... took me a while.

  • the bean
    the bean 19 days ago

    12

  • Keira Rodriguez
    Keira Rodriguez 19 days ago

    The child should watch Star Wars when they're like 8 or 9. i watched it when I was 8

  • Marco Uribe
    Marco Uribe 19 days ago

    The face thing is incorrect. That scene was already written like that even before Mark had the accident.

  • FluffyBunny
    FluffyBunny 21 day ago

    Wait Darth Jarjar was originally supposed to be canon I always thought it was just a fan thing I LOVE DARTH JARJAR! I mean I love Darth Jarjar!

  • Alex Parker
    Alex Parker 21 day ago

    I'm not sure how it happened or how he ended up watching the movies but when my cousin was 4, he and I had in depth conversations about star wars.

  • BDog
    BDog 22 days ago

    7 years old

  • Gamaliel Juarez
    Gamaliel Juarez 23 days ago

    6 I was 6 when I first watched it

  • Jefferson Graham
    Jefferson Graham 23 days ago

    8 years old

  • Siena Parr
    Siena Parr 23 days ago

    Ten years old

  • I hate fortnight Give me a reason why it doesn’t

    Why does Luke have blond hair and Vader and padmae both have brown hair

  • Luna Lovegood 25
    Luna Lovegood 25 25 days ago

    Kylo- I killed my father
    Luke-no I am my father
    Ray- u killed my father figure are u kidding me right now
    Kylo-oops sorry NOT (kills Luke)
    Ray-nooooooooo

  • Claudia Nell Ward
    Claudia Nell Ward 26 days ago

    seven frickin' seven

  • Jeremiah Laboy
    Jeremiah Laboy 27 days ago

    Luke being ben solos father would be cool

  • Sabrina McClain
    Sabrina McClain 29 days ago

    I saw the Star Wars movies when I was 6, and when Darth Vader said that he was Luke's father, I just assumed he was lying well into episode VI.

  • The After Math
    The After Math Month ago

    5:07 think his voice stopped working there

  • Doctor Doctor
    Doctor Doctor Month ago

    My first time watching Star Wars was so early I don't even remember

  • Charlie Irving
    Charlie Irving Month ago

    I think 10 is a good age for starting to watch star wars

  • Joe Boe
    Joe Boe Month ago

    This guy doesn’t no jack because it has been confirmed by George Lucas that Darth Vader is Luke’s father

  • Sherri Asenova
    Sherri Asenova Month ago

    SW: a few ppl involving everyone in their family problems.

  • James VerHulst
    James VerHulst Month ago

    I think 7 is a good age for a kid to watch Star Wars, as their minds will still be full of Wonder and Adventure!

  • Andrew Shuttleworth
    Andrew Shuttleworth Month ago +1

    Age 1 or 2 just to get to get it into his subconscious but then probably about 6 or 7

  • CasualGamer
    CasualGamer Month ago

    5 years old

  • Mackenzie OBrien
    Mackenzie OBrien Month ago

    Well, 1) The first draft wasn’t written by George Lucas anyway so maybe it was in his mind anyway because 2) Vader means father in German. His name is literally Darth Father.

  • Bianchini Kids
    Bianchini Kids Month ago

    5 is a great age to start watching star wars

  • Griffin Matern
    Griffin Matern Month ago

    J: I killed me brother
    Tyler: No! I am your brother!
    J: I was talking about Ben.
    Tyler: Oh, okay.

  • Emmanuel Severino
    Emmanuel Severino Month ago

    8

  • Mecca Miles
    Mecca Miles Month ago

    I was 7. It forever-changed my destiny.

  • Roman Bespartochnyy

    Watch or watch not. There is no age limit.

  • El Mundo de Hades
    El Mundo de Hades Month ago

    well.. well... well... The biggest reveal was an ACTUAL ON-SET REVEAL... XD mark hamill's reaction was in fact REAL... the only person who knew (no shocker) was in fact James Earl Jones... look it up... true story..

  • Vex99 Khemkar
    Vex99 Khemkar Month ago

    7:18 half-life 3 confirmed

  • Mstipak Games
    Mstipak Games Month ago

    3 or 4

  • Nick Irvin
    Nick Irvin Month ago

    9 years that is when I first saw it

  • Blake P
    Blake P Month ago

    I watched star wars too early and had nightmares from Darth Vader choking the officer at the beginning. It kind of ruined the movie for me until I was too old and it was spoiled. Hope it helps.

  • Chris Q
    Chris Q Month ago

    6 or 7

  • j borle
    j borle Month ago

    7. That seems like a fair age. Your cognitive enough to pay attention and actually care. And you are not going to be full haywire at every given moment

  • Game Theory Fan 101

    Never to young to watch Star Wars


    So 8 years and up

  • Wy Antics
    Wy Antics Month ago

    4

  • Somerledsamuel17
    Somerledsamuel17 Month ago

    I was 3 years old

  • Captain spud
    Captain spud Month ago

    my sister has got into my account and is posting mean stuff

  • Ainsley Zirkle
    Ainsley Zirkle Month ago

    I was six

  • Xander Reynolds
    Xander Reynolds Month ago

    The Death Star vs hog warts who wins
    (Death Star has all 20000 ish stormtroopers army troopers Vader and palpatine

  • B. Cipher
    B. Cipher Month ago

    6

  • Mario Roman
    Mario Roman Month ago

    Jar jar is a Sith?

  • Carla Langston
    Carla Langston Month ago

    7

  • RenlangRen
    RenlangRen Month ago

    Jar Jar is a Sith Lord! The fact that most in these movies don’t realize this prove Jar Jar’s unparalleled mind control.

  • ben stringer
    ben stringer Month ago

    you can probably watch most of the movies at 10 years old but don't let him watch the first half of Return of the Jedi until he's 18 LoL

  • Jordan Seelye
    Jordan Seelye Month ago

    He never actually owned a droid r2 Anika’s

  • Fredbear_fan6893 Bulpitt

    I think about 6 or 7 years old.

  • Conner Kirk
    Conner Kirk Month ago

    Harrison didn't decide that Han wouldn't say I love you, the director did. They did several takes where the director made Harrison come up with different lines, I know was just the last one they did. Honestly, the director deserves the credit for that a lot more than Harrison does and it kinda frustrates me that everyone thinks Harrison just randomly came up with it.

  • JAMES ROACH
    JAMES ROACH Month ago

    as soon as plausibal

  • Kyla Williams
    Kyla Williams Month ago

    I thought Anakin Skywalker was Darth Vader

  • Arkham son
    Arkham son Month ago

    As early as possible

  • Kristina Herrick
    Kristina Herrick Month ago

    Shut up

  • Mikael Andersson
    Mikael Andersson Month ago

    I was six years old when i did

  • Matthew Desrosiers
    Matthew Desrosiers 2 months ago

    id say around 8 or 9.

  • Aiden Smash
    Aiden Smash 2 months ago

    4 like I was

  • Luna Lovegood
    Luna Lovegood 2 months ago

    6 year's old to watch Star wars for baby Luke

  • Leonid Saykin
    Leonid Saykin 2 months ago

    R2 was never his.

  • Momma Panther
    Momma Panther 2 months ago

    I was either 5 or 6 or maybe younger (idr) when I started watching star wars with my dad.

  • Tonya Ferguson
    Tonya Ferguson 2 months ago +1

    I say let him watch episode 1-3 when he's about 5 or 6 and then let him watch all of em when he's about 9

  • ForestWolfGaming
    ForestWolfGaming 2 months ago

    Seven.

  • JdevilU
    JdevilU 2 months ago

    6:07

  • Bailey Tupper
    Bailey Tupper 2 months ago

    5 or 6

  • ADARKWIND
    ADARKWIND 2 months ago

    I finished the video like 5 minutes ago and was in the comment section when I fully realized the ramifications of Bens theory about kylo (there are ways around but come on Kylo would realize at some point Leia was not his mom) that would mean Luke did it with his sister.......cause as I said in the brackets there’s no way someone as gifted as kylo in the force would not be able to tell at some point.

  • The Procrastinator
    The Procrastinator 2 months ago

    6:41 technically he never owned artoo-detoo

  • TheDuke
    TheDuke 2 months ago

    I believe Lucas had everything planned from the moment he released new hope

  • Bippity Boppity
    Bippity Boppity 2 months ago

    Nope...Vader definitely had an unspoken affinity for C-3PO prior to the prequels. Most notably in ESB. I'm not saying Lucas had this in foresight, but it works.

  • Ducklover Gaming
    Ducklover Gaming 2 months ago

    If you have read the star wars books you will know that kylo really is han and Leia's son

  • Wulfric the Entertainer

    After getting home from the delivery room. That is when I first watched it

  • In Possibilities
    In Possibilities 2 months ago

    How old did he decide is correct for a child to be introduced to these films?

  • Kimberlee Mills
    Kimberlee Mills 2 months ago

    I love all of you're enthusiasm!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Winter Moonlight
    Winter Moonlight 2 months ago

    My Dad showed me and my brothers when I was like 4 or 5

  • Julian Briseno
    Julian Briseno 2 months ago

    5 to 6 for first timers

  • Tyler Batman
    Tyler Batman 2 months ago

    8 years old.

  • Josie Huff
    Josie Huff 2 months ago

    When I was little, I wanted Luke and Leia to get together. And then I watched the 3rd movie. 🤢🤮 Yeah.

  • Jake Molony
    Jake Molony 2 months ago

    Vader was always going to be Luke's father but George Lucas didnt tell anyone including her and only told people who were essential to the scene as they were filming it as he wanted it to be a suprise for everyone including the film crew and other actors

  • Nathan Best
    Nathan Best 2 months ago

    I grew up in a house with only A New Hope (On Beta!). I remember first seeing it when I was so young (4ish? 1987ish) that it was just flashy lights and space ships. At that time I do not remember understanding any of the plot line. I do remember asking my dad (Who, sadly, died 15 years ago yesterday.) why they didn't start the trench run closer to the end. He told me to hush up you don't know what you're talking about. *blows raspberry. I did see Empire and Jedi around that time but I do not have a specific memory of it. At the age of 10 I "first saw" Empire and Jedi, when we borrowed them from friends, and had my first geekgasm. The magic of finally seeing "new" content, and kind of remembering parts from earlier, was amazing. So I say show them Phantom at a very young age (They'll judge it less) and slowly over years introduce the rest. Especially because some of the later content may not be suitable for 4 year olds. Not that seeing someone get cut in half is child appropriate, but you can show them Rebels where Darth Maul is still alive . . . I love the final Darth Maul scene. I almost cried.

  • DRHACKNSLASH ZOMBIETIMELORD

    The very minute they are born is the right time to start showing them.STAR WARS, STAR TREK, & DOCTOR WHO. Everday until they are 30

  • Rigby Finnik
    Rigby Finnik 2 months ago

    You should do a “Rey’s parents” theorie

  • Rigby Finnik
    Rigby Finnik 2 months ago

    Best age is maybe from 8-12

  • Susannah Spalding
    Susannah Spalding 2 months ago +1

    I first saw Star Wars when I was about 9 or 10.

  • VanishingNomad
    VanishingNomad 2 months ago

    "There is another" is not referring to Leia. It's referring to Asohka Tano

  • Michael Egan
    Michael Egan 2 months ago

    4 is the age

  • CatMan0473
    CatMan0473 2 months ago

    7-8

  • Ben Morgan
    Ben Morgan 2 months ago

    When Yoda says "There is another" I think that actually points to Vader having light in him.

  • Tara Abbondante
    Tara Abbondante 2 months ago

    how did they get his name then? Darth Vader literally translates to dark father in Germany... pretty sure this was a thing from the jump.

  • Headmaster Snape
    Headmaster Snape 2 months ago

    "Always"
    Or
    "I know"
    Witch one do you prefer?
    Comment down below

  • FLYING DREAM PRODUCTIONS

    This video is certified 42 percent accurate information. Meh.

  • Edward Sharp
    Edward Sharp 2 months ago

    Yes lukes father

  • Bib Benny
    Bib Benny 3 months ago

    I watched it first at 5

  • av8r
    av8r 3 months ago

    2:30 Your favorite star wars moment? When a character that can do many BS Force moves just because the plot says so? They explain it as her being Kylo's balance but forgot that he was already balanced pretty heavily by Luke. So yeah, Rey's powers are complete BS.

  • Jim Bo
    Jim Bo 3 months ago

    You lost all your nerd cred by suggesting your favorite SW scene is one wherein a untrained force adept could wrestle away an object from The Chosen One's grandson and Luke's top student... If I have to elaborate further about why that scene was stupid then you are truly lost.