a reply to: coomba98
The film Disney Should have made, sorry forget that the Film Lucas Art's should have made but of course they should never have been sold to Darth
IF Disney was serious about making Star Wars movies they would have recruited the original writers.
I mean there has got to be more force users out there than just the Jedi and the Sith, there are the will's if you go to old star wars lore, the
monk's of various sect's throughout the Galaxy some of whom like the Jedi and the Sith can use light sabers as well and several other sect's but give
it to Disney and instead of a few Jedi hiding out, a tyrannical empire whom only go and destroy the best plot setting in the star wars universe by
destroying the core world's with there under world's, crime syndicates and black markets hiding among there vast city world populations and below
I felt like the new movies were an outright attack on Star Wars by someone whom did not really like the saga, the acting was fair enough and I have
no problem with that but what was original, star killer base was crap and just a re-spin of the death star (that somehow had the ability to eat sun's
and compress them in a space that should have turned that compressed material into a black hole - I mean come on disney star wars gave kid's and
interest in these thing's and those kid's grew up to be adult's so if you are going to do something do it right for god's sake).
In there own right the three Disney movies are Good - Solo was great but also somehow lacked something while the force awakens' and the last Jedi
were missing a lot more and I would argue that there are better fan film's than those thing's, the set's were too small for example and the starting
world should have been shown with more star wars inspired street's and imaginary star wars vehicles, even alien architecture instead of a disused
dock's setting which felt claustrophobic and too small for the star wars universe (despite the star destroyers in it's sky or the grey sky's so
reminiscent of English weather with it's moderately larger views during the chase) of the original trilogy which even with limited set's and special
effects capability's strives to create vast panorama's making the mind of the observer expand to try to encompass huge imaginary world's filling with
near endless possibility's, disney has so far forgotten this essential ingredient (as well as a decent story and great characters which they actually
do not have) and many more ingredient's that made the original trilogy great, star killer base despite supposedly being a planet felt smaller than the
death star for example except for the scene with the idiot comedy relief imperial officer rousing his troop's with a speech.
Snoke was rubbish and died too easily on his throne, no Darth that one.
Better plot, the empire has fallen - the few Syth that had emerged to join Darth Sidious as underling's had mostly fled with it's fall but some had
tried to set up there own petty warlord empires and for over a generation the reformed republic fleet grown from the original rebel alliance has been
combating them, clan's from the outer rim including Mandalorian's now threaten the peace and there are as yet far too few Jedi trained by master
Skywalker to bring peace or security.
In the ashes of the empire the future is uncertain for the liberated republic, crime run's rampant and slavery has returned to many world's were
tandoshan raiders and other's have struck.
But Nooo!, Disney only has to go and take the whole vast galaxy of star wars and condense it down into a cup sized plot that is so full of holes you
could strain spaghetti with it.
If there is one lesson Disney seem to have not learned it is that big budget and a bought franchise a good film do not make.
If they are ever going to win back the trust of the star wars fan's they need to start making actual star wars movies.