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What is your LEAST favorite Star Wars movie?
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Episode I - The Phantom Menace 5 11.63%
Episode II - Attack of the Clones 17 39.53%
Episode III - Revenge of the Sith 0 0%
A Star Wars Story - Rogue One 2 4.65%
Episode IV - A New Hope 4 9.30%
Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back 2 4.65%
Episode VI - Return of the Jedi 0 0%
Episode VII - The Force Awakens 13 30.23%
Total: 43 votes 100%
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What is your LEAST favorite Star Wars movie?
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quanchi112
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I'm no TFA hater, as you well know. But there's no way TFA > R1.
The Force Awakens was far better than Rogue One.


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TheNuisanceBird
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The Force Awakens. I have two 30-45 minute videos on my YouTube channel explaining why I hated it while I'm playing Battlefront.

But yeah, I felt like while the prequels weren't perfect they at least added to the Star Wars universe and set the standards for certain things like large scale conflicts and new worlds.

TFA took away from the whole saga in general. I honestly see nothing special with Daisy Ridley's acting and feel like they misused Adam Driver.

Oh yeah, not only was Han Solo's death scene pointless and poorly executed, but we can't have Han Solo meeting Luke Skywalker ever again, or a chance to see Leia, Han, and Luke together one last time.

Plus there's endless amounts of things in TFA that doesn't make sense. The worst for me is not only having Rey fly the Falcon better the Han Solo, but have her know it better than Han Solo. This is made worse by the mind trick scene and her pulling the saber out of the snow which TLJ better explain.

About TLJ:

http://cdn3-www.comingsoon.net/asse...11/DarkLuke.jpg

^ Note Luke is on the dark side poster.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBstE89j_7w

^ Wouldn't put it past them.


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Kurk
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Plus there's endless amounts of things in TFA that doesn't make sense. The worst for me is not only having Rey fly the Falcon better the Han Solo, but have her know it better than Han Solo. This is made worse by the mind trick scene and her pulling the saber out of the snow which TLJ better explain.



And that right there just swayed my vote to TFA being the single worst Star Wars movie.


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Plus there's endless amounts of things in TFA that doesn't make sense. The worst for me is not only having Rey fly the Falcon better the Han Solo, but have her know it better than Han Solo. This is made worse by the mind trick scene and her pulling the saber out of the snow which TLJ better explain.


It makes sense tbh: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Sue


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Attack of the Clones


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Rogue One is objectively superior to TFA. It had a more original and less idiotic plot.

Rogue One will go down as one of the better Star Wars films.

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quanchi112
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Rogue One is objectively superior to TFA. It had a more original and less idiotic plot.

Rogue One will go down as one of the better Star Wars films.
Your opinion isn't objective by any stretch of your feeble imagination.


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Darth Thor
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Plus there's endless amounts of things in TFA that doesn't make sense.



The worst for me is “The Resistance”.

I’ll never get over why the Universe needed a “Resistance” when the good guys are the ones in government.

Was just a way to copy “The Rebellion” in ANH, except it made zero sense in the context of a sequel.

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DarthAnt66
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thumb up It should have been the New Republic vs First Order.


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Zenwolf
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Another one is Luke not helping out his friends at all...because it's not like he hasn't risked his very life for them or anything multiple times, even when he was being hunted down.


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Big Gerald
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Originally posted by quanchi112
Your opinion isn't objective by any stretch of your feeble imagination.


My friend, there is no need to be defensive. Sometimes people are entertained by rampant bad writing, such as that of JJ Abrams's fanfiction, Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

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Another one is Luke not helping out his friends at all...because it's not like he hasn't risked his very life for them or anything multiple times, even when he was being hunted down.



Well to be fair that’s a mystery left to explore in the sequels.

But I really wasn’t a fan of another Jedi purge, and back down to 1 Jedi in hiding. But again it was to be as similar to the OT as possible.

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ANH


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Big Gerald
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The Resistance is a splinter faction since the New Republic was inexplicably nonchalante about the First Order's activities.

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Zenwolf
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@ Thor I suppose, just hope it's nothing dumb.


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deathslash
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It really hard for me to choose between TFM and AotC.

One had a super boring, horrible plot with a bunch a people that were half assing it in addition to giving us midichloreans, jar jar binks, ham fisting too many characters in, and setting up one of the soon to be worst acted romances ever. With that said, it introduced a cool character, probably the best choreographed fight scene in SW, and gave obi wan respect.

The other, had an equally terrible plot, too much damn CGI, horrible pacing, a terrible romance, and was generally dull. It did give us Sam Jackson in space, dooku, and mango fett though.


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Kurk
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Originally posted by deathslash
It really hard for me to choose between TFM and AotC.

One had a super boring, horrible plot with a bunch a people that were half assing it in addition to giving us midichloreans, jar jar binks, ham fisting too many characters in, and setting up one of the soon to be worst acted romances ever. With that said, it introduced a cool character, probably the best choreographed fight scene in SW, and gave obi wan respect.

The other, had an equally terrible plot, too much damn CGI, horrible pacing, a terrible romance, and was generally dull. It did give us Sam Jackson in space, dooku, and mango fett though.
But it gave us death sticks and sand smile


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quanchi112
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Originally posted by Big Gerald
My friend, there is no need to be defensive. Sometimes people are entertained by rampant bad writing, such as that of JJ Abrams's fanfiction, Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Well it made over 2 billion so I'm sure Disney is so upset they gave Abrams the opportunity for the redo in episode nine. laughing out loud

Far greater than Rogue One.


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It really hard for me to choose between TFM


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The Lost
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Originally posted by Big Gerald
Rogue One is objectively superior to TFA. It had a more original and less idiotic plot.

Rogue One will go down as one of the better Star Wars films.


Why do people like you think using the term "objective/objectively" adds potency to your perspective on the "superiority" of films/games/etc?

It's subjective. Period.


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