This is the Correct Order in Which You Should Watch ‘Star Wars’ Movies
I've been promising myself for a while now that I'd watch all Star Wars movies (err...episodes?) before the release of Rogue One. The only thing stopping me is the overwhelming question of, "Where the hell do I begin?"
Apparently there are various arguments and opinions on this matter, but luckily for me I won't have to rush to watch all the Star Wars movies before Rogue One's release because according to Forbes, the right thing to do is to watch it last. (Until another film comes out, at least.)
George Lucas originally intended for episodes to be viewed in order of episode, but Forbes says the correct way to watch them is by order of release, beginning with the 'original' trilogy (IV: A New Hope, V: The Empire Strikes Back, and VI: Return of the Jedi), followed by the 'prequel' trilogy (I: The Phantom Menace, II: Attack of the Clones, and III: Revenge of the Sith), obviously ending with The Force Awakens before seeing Rogue One.
There's also a way to watch the films while avoiding spoilers, but I'd rather just watch it the "correct" way that everyone else watched them over the years.