Personally, I've always felt one of the best things about the Star Wars series was the idea that the force is all around and we can tap into it whoever or wherever we are. Some complained that with the prequel trilogy's need to explain, and as a result, the introduction of genetics like Midi-chlorians, the series lost that feeling of anyone can do it. In my opinion, it doesn't really change depending on midi-chlorians- it's just that it had to be explained why Anakin Skywalker was such an amazing being and so it still leaves the idea that perhaps everyone has midi-chlorians (but the fact that it is stronger by genetics rather than one's ability to tap into the force has slightly dampened the whole idea). What do you think? I know that 'Remember, the force will be with you... Always.' invokes a powerful emotion for me, but perhaps that's just because I've grown up always surrounded by the Star Wars movies and their mytholgy and ideas. The point I'm trying to make, is that the Star Wars films create a lot of feel good feeling not least because of being so enjoyable- but also because the idea that we can all be as strong as the Jedi Knights we see onscreen is very appealing and inner strength creating.