Luke ignored Yoda's warning, rashly ran off to face Vader, and attacked him in anger trying to save his friends. He's pretty much a mini-version of Anakin. No, I don't need to watch them again. Padme doesn't do anything for her own sake in AotC, except pick a lock. Being an 'action girl' with a blaster doesn't actually make her a character with any depth or motivation. She's simply a plot device of Anakin's story and undermines her previously established character. Doesn't help that she's dressed up in sexy outfits for no reason. Who wears a catsuit to a funeral? Strongly disagree that Yoda and the Jedi's dogmatic nature had nothing to do with Anakin turning, or that Anakin not listening to Yoda was part of the problem. Yoda and Mace Windu constantly made Anakin feel unwanted and unwelcome, made it seem like such a hassle to even deal with him, acted like his age was more important than his obvious raw talent, and after centuries of detachment Yoda couldn't comprehend Anakin's very real feelings for Padme or his mother and dismissed his fear of loss as inconsequential, leaving the grieving, scared young man with nowhere to turn but Palpatine. Yoda didn't care about Anakin's background, that was a big part of the problem. None of the Jedi could adapt to Anakin being a little different and actually caring for people like any other being ever, and constantly made him fight himself over his own nature. Anakin didn't just fall, the Jedi gave him a push.