Well, I didn't mind Jar Jar that much. I think that my biggest problem with the prequels (especially Episode I and II) was the acting from Anakin (Hayden Christensen). In my opinion, he isn't a very good actor. He makes Anakin look like a whiny little kid. Some parts are just plain bad -- especially the one with the Tuskins (I killed them, all of them. They are like animals and I slaughtered them like animals.) Just try not to watch it without laughing. Also, some scenes in Episode III were pretty bad, especially with Order 66. As if none of the Jedi sensed what was happening? They would have at least taken down more clones than they did. A little Jedi youngling kills more than most of the masters. And Sideous dicing through two or three council members in a moment? Yeah, right. I LOVE Star Wars, it's practically my childhood. Now we just have to wait and see how Disney will butcher the legacy, right?
love the theme...enjoyed the films...all 6.
stop hating please...you haters are the same people who have watched these movies a gazillion times sick of all the negativity about these films everywhere i look... you people have effectively shattered any hopes of us getting another 3 films that i would've loved to see... go search george lucas interviews and read what he says: "why should i even consider another set of films when the scrutiny and outporing of hate towards MY films is so overwhelming."
so thank you guys...assholes
I don't get the hate towards the prequels. After ESB, the Revenge of the Sith is the second best movie (in my opinion) of all the saga. I agree that Jar Jar was kinda foolish and the movie when compared to the older movies, felt a little bit underwhelming...but that was because it was setting up the stage to the other movies. By its nature it was underwhelming, not due to how bad/good it was directed etc.
Nevertheless, I could love EP 1. for just one thing: the Duel on Theed and the Duel of the Fates accompanying it.
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