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Do we overlook the OT's flaws?
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Lord Lucien
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Originally posted by Darth Thor
and say what you want about them, but they kept the Saga alive and going.
*mumbles* maybe shoulda... just been let be *cough/wheeze*


EDIT: The guys at Honest Trailers didn't overlook ESBs flaws:



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Impact on pop culture nowadays has EVERYTHING to do with being iconic. If you refer to something on a t-shirt or a tv-show, it must be concise and direct and everyone must be able to understand it. The impact of the PT is mainly negative.

But yes the PT kept the money of the saga flowing... but unfortunately, like The Hobbit, not very memorable. And to be honest, the PT SHOULD have been memorable. And the Hobbit SHOULD have been a single kick-ass movie. Not a drawn out drag of a trilogy. (although, the scenes of Bilbo and Gollem, and Bilbo and Smaug are actually true highlights of modern filmmaking... something that the PT still lacks).
I do not think so that the prequels were too bad they had some good memorable parts. ROTS is a very good movie with the order 66 part brilliant. Episode 7 wasn't as good

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Ugh, totally disagree.


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No, Lucien, he says it just right.

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I do not think so that the prequels were too bad they had some good memorable parts. ROTS is a very good movie with the order 66 part brilliant. Episode 7 wasn't as good


These are the keywords:

- not too bad
- some good memorable parts

But yeah I agree with Lucien: TFA is way more memorable than the entire PT.


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TFA was fun. I liked the characters, the plot was simple and easy to follow, the effects were real feeling and well done. It retreaded the OT hella-mad, but it's not the movie's fault that it had to re-establish trust with the fanbase after the last 4 theatrical releases were just, so, awful. Hearkening back to the originals was the best and most effective way to communicate "See, we actually get Star Wars and can do it right." They proved (they had to prove) they can make a Star Wars film, not a Prequel reject.

A 'soft reboot' was very necessary for Disney right out of the gate. It had to be done. Now they can (and hopefully will) move on.


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I agree. And now really move on beyond Rogue One. Fan service days should be over after two fan serving films.


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