I don’t view anything from Disney as legitimate Star Wars. Nothing done in these films or shows has any bearing on the George Lucas works. I mean I wouldn’t toss out my Led Zeppelin albums because Greta Van Fleet suck.
Well, the only film I would accept as part of George’s canon is Rogue One, as it felt like Star Wars.
How I see it, is that after Vader had too much “fun” going thru the rebels (like adult swim and the “did you get the tapes”… “oh damn”), that he would let the Storm Troopers do their job when they bordered the fleeing ship.
Eps 7-8-9 is bad fan films, and solo was just as bad.
If not for the fact the people doing the Mandalorian says their series will lead into the KK Krap, I would have said it too has that George Lucas feel to it.
Disney’s Star Wars Trilogy was definitely a buzz kill. But I will always love the originals and the prequels. I will forever ignore the Disney trilogy but I do consider Rogue One and Mandalorian an addition to the saga. Even if Mandalorian were to go off the deep end, we could still enjoy seasons 1 and 2. I think the season 2 finale ended in such a way that you could treat it like the end of the show if you wanted to.
This reply was modified 1 week, 5 days ago by FAKER_II.
Correct me if I’m wrong, but I assume you’re talking Rogue One destroying when Leia is saying that she is on a diplomatic mission and not a Rebel.
Well let’s look at that part of the film on it’s own first. Star Destroyers are the galaxy’s army/police force. At the beginning of the film, the Tantive IV is running away from the Destroyer and firing back at it as it tries to outrun it. When they get caught, Leia says she’s on a diplomatic mission. But why would she run away and fire at the Imperials if that was all she was doing? It already doesn’t really make sense. We also learn that Vader knows the plans were beamed onto the ship by Rebel spies and knows Leia is part of the Rebellion. Just by the film alone, this excuse of a “diplomatic mission” was never going to work. All Rogue One did was show how Vader knew everything he did.
The lines Leia says in A New Hope is like a spy getting caught and still saying they are not a spy while being interrogated. It works whether Vader saw the ship leave the battle of Scarif or not.
Just want to say, I’m aware of where I am and what I’m saying.. here goes
I’m actually one of those people who like the force awakens… before I saw the last jedi. I saw it as the first one, setting up the scene for the new characters. It would of been unfair to have luke just run in after their first line and just calmly slaughter everything.
With that said..
The second I saw luke throw his light sabre over his shoulder in the last jedi, my heart broke. He and the old school fans deserved much more.
I had to force myself to watch the rise of skywalker.
There’s still potential in Disney starwars, its not the company I have a problem with, its some of the idiots running it.
With that all said…
*steps against the wall and puts blindfold on*
This reply was modified 1 week, 5 days ago by Loken. Reason: I'm an idiot and I won't to correct my spelling before you lot tear my head off
You cannot continue to be fooled by member berries mixing with what you hope happens. All you have to do is look at who is involved with Disney Star Wars at every level from the movies, to the shows, to the comics, and the books. These are all SJW activists who care more about their agenda than anything else. These people have ZERO respect for Star Wars Lore or Lucas’ Star Wars. They don’t know a damn thing about Real Star Wars. They are using every opportunity to diminish the OT and the PT with their product.
You have to stop pretending they are going to give you Real Star Wars, because they never will.