Absolutely. I am an old guy. I saw Star Wars in the theaters when I was a child back in 1977. I am part of that generation for which Star Wars is a seminal point in our lives. There had truly been nothing like it before and we eagerly consumed every element of it for decades afterwards. I do believe that for a lot of us that centers around trying to recapture that sense of awe we felt when we first saw the movie. The 1970's was a weird time. There was a widespread disillusionment following the defeat in Vietnam. On top of that, distrust of the establishment after the political corruption of Watergate. An attitude of self indulgence was forming across the landscape which would peak in the 80's. Amidst that insecurity, Star Wars premiered. It transported us to a comfortable place where good and bad were clear and on some level it was a source of hope. The Star Wars universe was full of peril, but heroes still existed and good could triumph over evil. That made a quite an impression on me when I was young. I have never stopped loving Star Wars and even after the dreadful prequels, I still love it. Yesterday's second teaser trailer has me more excited than ever for new Star Wars. That old guy at the end, that's my Han Solo and I too am home again.