You may be a Star Wars fanatic like myself, but are you able to correctly recite these famous Star Wars quotes correctly? It may sound ludicrous at first, but many Star Wars fans fail to identify the precise wording of even the franchise's most famous quotes.
You'd think those with zero Force sensitivity would misinterpret these quotes, but even Jedi masters occasionally get them wrong. Want to test your Star Wars Given this, I have created a quiz to test your knowledge to see whether or not you really know your Star Wars quotes!
It's the most famous movie line ever, but do you really know it?
"No. I am your father." This is easily the most famous and recognizable Star Wars quote in the entire galaxy. However, many fans of the saga tend to mis-speak the quote. The most common flub is "Luke, I am your father."
What were Obi-Wan Kenobi's last words to Darth Vader before he died?
“You can’t win, Darth. Strike me down, and I will become more powerful than you could possibly imagine.” This quote is easily the most powerful of all the things said by Obi-Wan (Ben) Kenobi. It showed that no matter how the duel ended up, Obi-Wan would be able to communicate with the remaining Jedi as a Force Ghost.
This one's a mouthful. Can you correctly recite this quote from 'The Empire Strikes Back'?
“Why you stuck-up, half-witted, scruffy-looking nerf-herder!” This comical Star Wars quote represents the tense — yet tender — conflict between Han Solo and Princess Leia. Obviously, the way they feel about each other in this scene doesn't last forever.
Instead of telling him to break a leg, Obi-Wan Kenobi wishes luck to Luke a different way. Which variation was NEVER said by Kenobi in a movie?
"May the Force be with you." It's surprising that out of all the times Ben Kenobi wished the Force upon Luke, he has never said the most famous and familiar way it is said.
In 'The Empire Strikes Back,' what was Leia's response to Han sarcastically asking: "Afraid I was gonna leave without giving you a goodbye kiss?"
"I'd just as soon kiss a Wookiee." Another Han Solo/Princess Leia quote which is equally comical as it is iconic. It is most commonly mistakenly said as "I'd rather kiss a Wookiee."
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Yoda likes to mix around his words, but can you avoid mixing around his famous quote?
"Fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate, hate leads to suffering." Yoda is the wisest Jedi of them all. Therefore, he creates the wisest quotes ever but they're usually a mouth full — and this particular one is no exception. Given that, people tend to mess it up.
When asked about his past adventures in 'The Force Awakens,' what was Han Solo's response?
"It's true. All of it. The Dark Side, the Jedi. They're real." Han Solo had a lot of famous lines in the Original Trilogy, but who would've thought one of his most iconic would be from The Force Awakens? This epic quote expressed by Han was presented in the first full trailer, where it was mixed up in the editing and went "It's true. The Dark Side, the Jedi. All of it."
When Luke said he would "try" on Dagobah in 'The Empire Strikes Back,' what was Yoda's famous response?
"Try not. Do or do not. There is no try." This Yoda quote from The Empire Strikes Back is almost as iconic as "No. I am your father." Given that, it is cringe-worthy as a Star Wars fan to hear people trying to show off saying this quote incorrectly over and over again. It's okay though, Yoda mixes up his words too!
What is the correct version of Luke's line from 'Return of the Jedi'?
"The Force is strong in my family. My father has it. I have it. And... my sister has it." This quote is mainly messed up because of the trailers for The Force Awakens, which mixed up the the iconic quote from Return of the Jedi said by none other than Luke Skywalker when he revealed he was Leia's brother on the forest moon of Endor.
Last but not least, what is the correct version of everybody's favorite Prequel Trilogy line?
"I don’t like sand. It’s coarse and rough and irritating and it gets everywhere." Even though this is probably the most hated quote from any of the Star Wars movies and it will probably — hopefully — stay that way for a long time, it's still irritating when people mix it up.
How did you guys do on the quiz? How often do you mix these up? Tell me in the comments below!