With any good work, your perspective will change with time. The most important thing that GL does with younger persons is that he gets there attention and interest. Then when they are older, they will look for more in the movies, and they will find it and be able to appreciate the depth of the story and the mythology and the complexity of the saga. In regards to the dinner scene, which I think is fabulous, two symbols are there that shows part of the hero's journey that Anakin is on: the "forbidden fruit" and Padme. Both the fruit and the woman are symbols of life. The Jedi, though seemingly more connected to life than anyone else, are also because of their artificial rules, kept them the farthest from life as well. Anakin, as the hero (in mythological terms), is meant to break through rules and barriers, and one of those is life and its creation. By being with Padme, he is experiencing something that the other Jedi have sworn to stay away from. And rather than seeing it as a negative, could be seen as a positive because in that experience he is able to express more of himself than would be possible if he stayed within the rules. Also, remember what comes from their union: Luke and Leia.