And the lightsabers weren't colored in yet, making these wizened Jedi look like they were dueling with fluorescent light bulbs.
Or two angry old dudes fighting at a Burning Man rave.
There's a voiceover as well, but it's flat, uninterested, and incredibly vague. "The story of a boy, a girl, and a universe" is an accurate description of about 100 percent of all movies ever made. The whole thing meanders along until the end, when the title randomly explodes -- presumably because the rebels found out that Helvetica Bold has a vulnerable thermal exhaust port.
And a teenage Micheal Bay suddenly knew what he wanted to do with the rest of his life.
So that's kind of lame. Surely, they got their act together by the time The Empire Strikes Back came out, right? Nope. The first trailer for Empire was nothing but a bunch of concept art set to music.
Wow, that sucks. We should retroactively all stop watching these movies.