My biggest issue with the prequels is the overall writing quality of dialogue, some story beats, and writing what it means to be a spiritual thing to a material thing based on birth... (still sort of an issue with Star Wars)

The Sequel Trilogy is even more duct-taped together, has almost nothing to hold on to, and by the end, feels like nothing was accomplished. In hindsight, as much as I loath The Last Jedi, the entire trilogy would've been better had they had fewer directors and or at the very least, didn't retcon every primary beat from the Last Jedi going into the final film, or and space magic can make Star Destroyers with full crews of human beings? Check, please!

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A Clay Lamb

A Clay Lamb

I like speaking the truth even though it gets me into trouble.