The 'Lighter' Side Of The Force
Basically you just criticize others opinion because you love the movie. Hating haters is how it's sound and far from analyze you just spit over others people like a hater itself. The use of the word "haters" in itself its a poor cliche that most people use for been unable to build and argument to defend a solid point of view and instead discredit others. Like it or not is one thing. That doesn't make a movie or any other cultural work good for its own merits. I like TFA but sadly it's far from being a good film in its own. And yes, it's a reboot/remake no balls film made by a correct but untalented filmmaker. But a perfect product to package and sells as Disney want it. And no, I am also not a fan of the prequels for many reasons and never really followed EU aside from a few comics. Which category I belong following your poor way to categorize people? As I recall back in '99 people were very shy to even mention that The phantom menace wasn't a good film. And time has tell as it will do in its own way for the force awakens. Yes, everybody has an opinion a have the right to have it. But saying that after all that poor speech sound really dishonest.
No, he did what he set out to do and listed the types of people who did not like the movie, he even said there is no right or wrong in their opinions. He did not hate on them and actually helped explain why they feel the way they do, there was no hating on them
Freedom of choice in the information age ...sucks, and is frowned upon.
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You forgot about the people who hate it just because the rest of us like it. They don't hate everything. They like things until they find out that other people like it too. Then they hate it.
Estupid reboot the force awakensStupid history. ....al it's micro. .the original trilogy
Ned Flanders is that you?
Everyone is entitled to their opinion. If you don't like it, then you shouldn't be expressing your own.
He states that the EU is not canon...which it isn't now. Problem is, until Disney bought SW the EU WAS most definitely canon. The new film may be amazing, but for people who spent the kind of money it took to buy all the books (especially in hardcover) it will always be disappointing that fantastic characters like Jacen & Jaina Solo, Ben Skywalker, and Mara Jade now never were a "real" part of the story/timeline. It was a horrible decision to not just build on what was already there when the timeline was right where Hamill, Fischer, and Ford are in real life age-wise. Just my opinion, but I'm not the only one. Again, the books and several of the games were canon and were presented that way.
Thank you so much for saying this. This is the kind of thing that I try to explain to people when they throw "it's not canon" in my face. I can't even talk about the EU without someone saying that now. It's like okay... I get it. It's not canon. But that doesn't mean that it just automatically means nothing to those of us who spent years and years reading it when it was canon. I was hoping for years to see characters like the twins, Kyle Kataarn, Thrawn, Mara Jade, and Dash Rendar on the big screen someday. Maybe they will incorporate some of them into the new films or the anthologies, but I'm not sure if we'll ever see them in the same way that we were hoping to.