I like how no one personally thanked Kennedy for that great film, yet they have no problem crucifying and lambasting her for TLJ. You people are thankless. Darmok and Jalad at tanagra september 1991. You act like Dave doesn’t work for KK. She’s the one who just brought back the Clone Wars. She’s the one who greenlit Rogue One. Maybe a little gratitude? (And TLJ understood Star Wars better than most of the fans.)
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I haven’t insulted anyone here. But there’s little I can say to those who only have empty insults. And I did not agree with everything they said. I simply neglected to share that disagreement. There was already a planned final season, the episodes they released after were part of that, the rest were on storyboard, AND the series apparently had a planned ending that would have Ashoka and lead into the siege of Courascant and end where episode 3 begins. Darmok and Jalad at tanagra september 1991. Good luck setting yourself up for failure pal. There’s exactly 0 chances this wasn’t being planned since before TLJ. So it’s in no way a reaction or u-turn. Also most people have gotten with the program and embraced modern SW. If you don’t like it please do the rest of us a favor and carry on without having to incessantly remind us you’re not happy with SW. Very well said. I’m a social justice warrior and hate the really trite progressive crap the pushed in the movies while barely writing garbage characters to stomp out the original movies and those adventures.
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If you have several billion dollars on hand, Star Wars can belong to you, too. We fans have our own ideas and preferences, to be sure. No argument there. However, to argue it belongs to us is a bit arrogant. Just enjoy the different series, films…etc. It’s all good fun. Perhaps the fans don’t own it. That does sound like a stretch. When Disney baught Lucasfilm they did so with the belief that fans would want the Star Wars products they offer. Star Wars can only be as profitable as the fans allow it to be. In that sense, the fans may not own Star Wars, but they do own all future earnings for it.
I’m sure Disney really cares about your opinion considering the “Social Justice” movie raked in well over $1 billion, and the throwback to the originals helmed by two white guys lost money. the insult was getting rid of a fan favorite series for a more child aimed focus. One of the issues they had in last Jedi was poor character development, they threw in new main characters without developing them enough making them not as charismatic.