You’ve seen the trailer for “A Beautiful Mind,” the sci-fi film by Ridley Scott and Charlie Kaufman, and now you’re probably thinking, “Why does a movie cost so much?”
But it’s because it’s the first movie to be released on the new streaming service.
And that’s because Netflix is the first streaming service to give you access to the entire “Star Wars” universe, not just the “Twilight” series.
In fact, the entire Star Wars universe is now available on Netflix.
Now, if you’re just a fan of the “Star Trek” or “Indiana Jones” franchise, this is not an issue.
But if you want to know more about the “Indiana World” trilogy, this could be an issue, as it’s based on George Lucas’ prequel trilogy.
So what are you waiting for?
Netflix is bringing back all the classic films that fans love to watch with new, original content.
This is a great way to see all the original “StarWars” movies and a ton of original TV shows that fans can’t find on the big-screen.
Here’s a list of the films that will be available on the streaming service this fall: The Phantom Menace (1947) The Empire Strikes Back (1980) Revenge of the Sith (1983) Return of the Jedi (1977) Return to the Phantom Menaces (1984) Return: The Jedi (1983-1984) The Phantom of Hoth (1983)-Original theatrical trailer The Empire (1977)-Original trailer The Return of Yoda (1983-) Original theatrical trailer Return of Darth Vader (1983+) Original trailer The Phantom on Tatooine (1983): Original theatrical teaser The Empire: A New Hope (2005) The Return (1977-1978) The Force Awakens (2015) The Clone Wars (2002) The Battle of Yavin (1983, 1997) Return (1978-1979) Star Wars: The Clone War (2006) Clone Wars: Episode II Revenge of Yomin (2003) StarWars.com has a full list of all the new films and TV shows on Netflix, which you can read below.
If you’ve never seen any of these films or TV shows, then you can find them on Netflix by clicking on the movie title below.