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I wasn't a big fan of the film, it took itself a bit too seriously for my liking. Although the whole climax act on the tropical planet was very good- it's nice to see a film where the best part is the final act.
I liked the prequels despite their flaws and when I left the theater after watching ROTS in 2005, I considered Star Wars done. I still feel that way. All these sequels and sidequels feel completely superfluous.
Star Wars was originally popular because it was escapist, fun, thrilling entertainment.
Tell not show and exposition overload from the lame inquisitors.
Episode 2 not much better, very dissapointing.
Oh no! You are bringing my hopes down.
I hope you like it, I actually laughed several times for all the wrong reasons.
I have cancelled Disney + as Star Wars and Marvel are clearly phoning it in with average content.
Does it seem light on Kenobi like we feared or was that just an issue with the marketing?
Ewan in the first episodes is not given much to work with. One character that appears is really badly realised and cringe worthy.
I was actually angry after watching the first two episodes.
I hope others like it, personally I think it's trash.
Could you share it in spoiler tags?
Good God. That is... utterly confounding! Was there no "redaction" involved with the script, no one to gloss over the writing before approval?
To be fair...
And isn't the idea behind the series that Obi-Wan has disassociated himself from pretty much everything? I don't really see how that's an issue. Luke couldn't sense that Vader was his father and that Leia was his sister, even when he was right next to them! :)
In worse case scenario of bad writing only one person should have given this information to said person.
Luke barely had a grasp of his abilities at that stage in Empire,
Going to rewatch Episode IV where there is subtley and depth of character.
I love that Alec Guinness had no delusions on what STAR WARS was. He wasn’t making it out to be life changing or anything, he just saw it as cinematic lark and got a nice paycheck out of it. If I get some enjoyment out of it like I did with THE LAST JEDI, good for me. If I get trash like ATTACK OF THE CLONES, oh well, at least I got to enjoy the sound design.
Good points as I read your post Alec Guinness waking Luke was on my TV, Guinness is unique one of the greatest actors in history.
Regarding the new show, when bringing Ewan back I expected much better, that's why I am not happy.
Some actors always bring there best, Ladykillers is one of my favourite films and Guinness was brilliant in his collaborations with David Lean one of the greatest directors of all time.
This fan fiction will be better than whatever we get in Obi Wan Kenobi
That video is awesome if you have not seen it...
You are entitled to your opinion.
Lucas had decided instead to fix the fight in post via editing and rotoscoping with more dynamic colors for the sabers rather than just a white glow as originally envisioned. With that in mind, they were able to make the fights more dynamic in the follow ups now that they were just working with rods. Had he done that from the start, there would have been less problems filming that fight scene in ANH and it might have been more on level with the fights in TESB and ROTJ.