The 'Lighter' Side Of The Force
Haydn a bad actor and Lucas a bad director ? You guys are idiots...
I wouldn't say Haydn is a bad actor, but certainly Lucas isn't an elite director. OK he is the creator of the best Sci Fi Opera of all times and we certainly thanks him for give us Star Wars, but Luca's skills as a director(or executive producer) are not so good, he certainly is sloppy when it comes about details. If not how would you explain the following:-How Darth Sidious tell Vader Padme died, and then tell him he has a a son, and Vader it's like: "Oh,ok Master"? -How a Executor-class Star Dreadnought get destroyed by destroying it's bridge and it falls like some kind of gravity affected him-How it looks like took about a day to Anakin to arrive to Mustafa System, and Padme just about ten minutes.- How Mace Windu, being one of the most powerful jedi ever, let Anakin come closer to him and Palpatin when he is about to execute him, how could him not realize Anakin will intervene and just push him away to be sure?- How in the previous scene Palpatine killed al jedis like if they were worst than stormtroppers?And the list just go on, sorry my friend, but George Lucas is a great story teller, but when it comes to attention to details directing a movie I doesn't fill the expectations. It doesn't mean he is bad, he had made a large list of contributions and innovations to the industry, but at the end what matters is how you take a story to the scene
Read Aftermath you will get the answers you seek.
I'm reading that book now. Very interesting! Answers alot of questions about what happened after the second Death Star was destroyed! First Star Wars book I have read, and after this one, I may need to read the others in the timeline.
Lucas made a PG movie... everyone bags him out but remember its a PG movie. Now if star wars was rated M or even R then his direction/production would probably be more to your liking