Last week, Lucasfilm finally announced an official date for the release of 'Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace' in 3D: Feb. 10, 2012. Whether you love or hate the prequels, 'The Phantom Menace' is the first film in the series -- especially for fans who consider them, and not the original trilogy, generational benchmarks -- and it is natural for Lucas and 20th Century Fox to start at the beginning of the saga. But the question isn't whether the prequels should be the trilogy to initiate this cinematic re-release, it's whether they're the films that will truly make the best use of 3D; no matter which order you choose to see these six films, some of them feature scenes and sequences which will simply look better when converted into three dimensions.

So in descending order from worst to best, we've decided to put together a countdown of which 'Star Wars' films will make the best use of 3D overall, and which scenes in those films will (presumably) look the best once you're in the theater with your glasses on, ready to finally be truly immersed in the world George Lucas created such a long time ago.