Discussion in 'Star Wars Community' started by Allana_Rey, Sep 8, 2012.
Revenge of the Sith is the best Star Wars movie.
Revenge of the Sith Obi-Wan and Anakin are the best of the PT, though
The Last Jedi is much better then the force awakens.
They shouldn't make us wait so long for the Solo novelization. (p.s. see everybody tomorrow - that's a TPM behind-the-scenes Natalie Portman line Anyways...)
They should continue to make a movie every year.
Dis/agree. Whilst I like the idea, I fear they might lose some of their magic.
Kylo should have joined Rey in TLJ after the throne room scene.
Dis/agree. I like what happened with that part of the film but at the same time it would be great to finally see Kylo realize that Snoke is only using him for his power (like Han said in TFA).
The Phantom Menace (along with AOTC) is the most overrated film of all time.
All the films are good.
Sidious was more powerful than Snoke.
Being massively over hyped like the PT or ST can ruin a masterpiece for many people due to having unreachable expectations.
Snoke was more powerful then Luke
Disagree or Depends on the Day
Other Solo siblings should have been in Episode VII and VIII.
Luke should have had a kid.
There should have been other Jedi in Episode VIII. We are back to zero gains in Jedi number since ROTJ.
Jedi should be brought back in later movies.
Agree- but perhaps not in the traditional way we have known Jedi so far.
The Jedi order as we know it ended in TLJ
Disagree (because see below)
In order to save the franchise, DisneyLucasfilm should establish a new category of canonicity, namely "bad dreams", which would then become the status for episodes VII and VIII.
Although the argument could be made the TLJ ruined Luke's character, that is realistically what would have happened to someone who went through what he did
Disagree, although it is not the path I personally would have chosen for Luke, to say it objectively 'ruined' his character is perhaps too strong.
Despite what Han frequently claims, he has always been a 'good guy'.
Han Solo was always a good guy, except for.........and also.......and then the time when.......oh, yeah, and...........and then........and........
Brining back Maul was a good idea.
The Maul episodes are some of the better Rebels and TCW ones.
Savage is a tragic figure who it is easy to empathise with despite being a raging maniac killing machine.
Hondo is great comic relief, but not a very "deep" character.
Ian Ambercrombie's voice for Sidious Palpatine was more subtle than Ian McDiarmid's.