Of course, you need rides. Star Wars is an amazing tale of adventure, and children around the world will be thrilled as they're locked into giant metal recreations of their favorite moments. But we don't want you to just paint any coaster lightsaber red and call it "Vader Mountain" or whatever. Before the kids are allowed to enjoy anything, their minds will be blown like the Death Star as they learn the ins and outs of Naboo trade regulation. And then a man dressed as Watto, trapped under unfathomable amounts of prosthetics and makeup, will righteously tell the children that they must either win the coaster or remain in slavery. What does that mean? They'll find out when they win the coaster.
Return Of The Jedi ends with a fireworks show to celebrate victory and redemption. The park should have those on certain nights, and as the families try to enjoy them, actors in tiny bear costumes will bother them ceaselessly. It should come to the point where parents are like "Why would you do this? Why not keep the same exciting, charming, yet serious tone of Empire Strikes Back?" "Nub chub," the little bear men will say, creeping into any and all important family photos.
Star Wars is full of games, all of which will be reconstructed with precise detailing. People will cheer at that results of that classic red/blue dice thing from Phantom Menace. Your children will Marvel (also owned by Disney, and don't you forget it) at seeing tiny monsters grotesquely beat each other to death, just as C-3PO and Chewbacca did in A New Hope. And don't forget the classic carnival shooting games. But there's only one hole that you aim for, and if you miss your shot, you get kicked out of the park. Because you failed your family, the rebellion, the galaxy, and George Lucas.