Star Wars: Return of the Jedi in Concert With the MSO
Star Wars: Return of the Jedi cops a lot of flak. People seem to really dislike the ewoks even though they're super chill little forest partiers. Who wouldn't want an invite to their treehouse doof (Yub Nub is a jam, after all)?
And there's other iconic moments, too. Boba Fett becomes dinner for a hungry sarlacc in the Great Pit of Carkoon; sweaty Han gets released from his carbonite tomb; and there's the bit when you realise that, despite sounding exactly like Mufasa and having a muscular silhouette, Darth Vader is actually a husky old white dude (does he use a force corset?).
Now imagine all of this backed by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, which will play John Williams's (third most) iconic score live to a screening of the film.
Do your best to hold back the tears, when the string section comes in and Yoda departs from the mortal plane. Emotional, it will be.