Are the Star Wars prequels actually good?

Are the Star Wars prequels actually good?

The Prequels Helped Expand Into Animation, And It’s Really Good. And lastly, the prequels gave us the excellent Clone Wars cartoons. The prequels also expanded Star Wars animation in general.

How did the Star Wars prequels ruined?

One of the main things that ruined the prequels and the special editions of the original movies was the fact that there was just way too much CGI spread throughout. While some of the practical effects of the original trilogy may have looked cheesy, they also were way better than the CGI effects added in after.

Does George Lucas regret the prequels?

Star Wars creator George Lucas has said that critics of the dialogue in his prequel films simply don’t understand the franchise. In recent years, the prequel films have grown on many Star Wars fans, and by now are tolerated by most.

Did the prequels ruin Darth Vader?

No, if anything they enhanced the character. While the tale of Darth Vader is tragic(from the perspective of just the original trilogy), the prequels give us a closer look into the life of Vader from his childhood as a slave up until his turn to the dark side.

Can I skip the Star Wars prequels?

The short answer is NO, you don’t HAVE to watch Episodes 1-3 in order to enjoy Episode 7 (and presumably Episode 8, but it’s too early to tell). However, by NOT watching the prequel trilogy, you will be missing out on a lot of universe-defining lore.

Who owns mandalorian?

Jon Favreau
The Mandalorian is an American space Western television series created by Jon Favreau for the streaming service Disney+.

Who destroyed Darth Vader?

Emperor Palpatine
After letting his son escape, Darth Vader faced the wrath of Emperor Palpatine – a twisted punishment now revealed in Star Wars comics.

Who fixed Darth Vader?

Unfortunately for the galaxy, though, Darth Sidious fixed his covetous eye upon Anakin, and resolved to turn him to the dark side. The resulting triumph of the Sith saw the light of the Jedi Order almost extinguished forever as the Chosen One became Darth Vader.

Are there any prequels to the Star Wars movies?

The Star Wars prequels have become these very weird movies. As we head towards the 20th anniversary of Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace, I thought it would be a good idea to revisit the entire prequel trilogy.

Is there going to be remake of Star Wars?

I flirted with the idea the past week (because I’m sure if I said “Yes, they should remake the prequels,” Kathleen Kennedy would come to my house and let me remake Star Wars; this is all that’s stopping her), but ultimately I think we should leave the prequels alone.

Do you have to love the prequels to be a Star Wars fan?

If this article from Furious Fanboys is to be believed, disliking the prequels means you’re not a real Star Wars fan. To call yourself a fan, you must love every element of a property unconditionally. This idea is so absurd I almost didn’t include it, except that it’s so common! You see this with any beloved franchise.

Why is General Grievous in the Star Wars prequels?

Being dark doesn’t fix any of that. Obi-Wan spends most of the film chasing after a brand new villain we’ve never seen before. General Grievous * only exists because Dooku gets killed in the first act, and the film needs a bad guy to distract from Palpatine.

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