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When worlds kaleidoscope: Watch all 6 'Star Wars' movies at once

When you play the entire "Star Wars" film saga all at once in the same frame, the results make for a surreal sci-fi experience.

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Can you name all the "Star Wars" characters in this still? Video screenshot by Bonnie Burton/CNET

Ever wish you could watch all six "Star Wars" movies, but don't have a whole day to binge-watch the saga? Now you can view all the movies at once with this special and bizarre fan-made video tribute to a galaxy far, far away.

Fan Marcus Rosentrater composited and mixed "Star Wars," "The Empire Strikes Back," "Return of the Jedi," "The Phantom Menace," "Attack of the Clones" and "Revenge of the Sith" to make "Star Wars Wars."

The fan video, which runs almost two and a half hours, plays all six movies on top of each other making for a unique way to appreciate "Star Wars" all over again.

Not only do all the images play at the same time making for a visual kaleidoscope of Jedi masters, droids, spaceships, stormtroopers, Ewoks and Wookiees, but it also combines all six audio tracks giving the saga an eerie soundtrack.

While it's nearly impossible to read all six opening crawls at the same time, it's fun to try. Every once in awhile all the scenes line up to make a beautiful still of multiple versions of Princess Leia, or an unsuspecting Stormtrooper being struck by Force lightning.

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All the opening crawls at once make the galaxy look a little crowded. Video screenshot by Bonnie Burton/CNET

Fans watching the video left rather astute comments about the densely-visual remix.

"This plot makes so much more sense than Phantom Menace!" YouTube user Russ Ivey commented.

"Finally, I'll be able to watch all the movies of this franchise without having to sit through each one of them in order to catch up with the seventh," user Eric Wiseman commented.

"This is like a George Lucas version of living in the walls of insanity," user Emmett C. commented.

Check out this full gallery of HD still frames to see how some of the multi-moments would make for superb movie posters.

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