disney ruined star wars

Disney is ruined star wars

There has been a lot of complaining about the last jedi and how it was a fail. I will have to agree whole heartedly with this. When I heard Disney was buying lucasfilm, my heart sank. I knew that was the end of anything great coming out of the star wars franchise. Yes, things change, and I’m all for change if it is done well. disney writing and directing is severely lacking. disney started new plots and characters without finishing them. A great example of this is introducing snoke. Instead of letting us know who snoke is and where he came from and where he’s been for the last 30 years, they just kill him off. It’s ridiculous to introduce such a powerful and important character, just to have him killed off. Bad writing and planning. Mark Hamill did try to warn us about how bad this film would be, in various interviews before the launch of the last jedi. One of Mark’s quotes in many of the interviews was, “I can guarantee you I will be in the last jedi twice as much as I was in the force awakens.” Kathleen Kennedy, producer and feminist, saw to it star was destroyed by disney. Kennedy believes everyone is a winner and should be rewarded, especially if you’re a woman. This thinking is poisonous and upsets many.

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Disney ruined star wars with lame watered down Nickelodeon comedy and terrible storylines. Star Wars isn’t good anymore. the last Jedi sucks. disney sucks. Kylo is a whining twerp who rebelled against his parents as a teenager and never grew up. He’s a counterfeit Vader with the same charisma as Adam Sandler. finn is worthless and so is john boyega’s acting. acting used loosely. I never wanted to see star wars episode 8 and will definitely never seeing episode 9. steve and dj mondo discuss disney and how they ruined star wars.

There are people to blame for this franchise stumbling so early, but the most important of all is the Star Wars story group. This group, led by Kathleen Kennedy, the president of Lucasfilm, is supposed to rule over the franchise’s canon, story and make sure the continuity and consistency is seamless. “Fifty percent of our executive team are women. Six out of eight of the people in my Story Group are women. I think it’s making a huge difference in the kind of stories we’re trying to tell.” Kathleen Kennedy ran around with “The force is female” t-shirts and staffed her story group with women, she apparently forgot to actually plan out this franchise. Ah, the woman power bs. The characters in The Last Jedi mirror this mess.

feminist bitch kennedy at disney
Feminism at its best. Kathleen Kennedy is a feminist control freak

Admiral Holdo, nicknamed by critics as Admiral SJW, is the definition of leadership as explained by someone with critically low testosterone: a person who must not explain herself, is expected to be followed blindly and without question, and must not be upstaged.

This character’s utter failure to show she deserves to be in charge, that she has some sort of plan, and failing to build-up the rebels confidence, leads to a chain of events where countless rebels die. All because she could not be bothered to explain that she has everything under control and a plan in motion.

The final character, Rose, a small asian woman isn’t much better as we spend 30 minutes with her on a casino planet sequence that is ultimately pointless and ends with them saving space-dog-horses and Rose pretending that this effort was worth it. Interesting note, that was preferred to saving the enslaved children who cared for these pod-race replacement animals.

In the finale, Rose blocks a certain male character from sacrificing himself to save hundreds of rebels, dooming them all to their death and stopping said character from having an actual arc. She explains her reasoning in a line that rivals Anakin’s famous monologue about sand in idiocy:

“We’re going to win this war not by fighting what we hate, but saving what we love.”

Disney went too far in a few places, and already their newly flagship franchise is stumbling. If the executives at Disney wish to course-correct and not end up like DC’s cinematic universe, it would be wise for them to start with the person who did not plan this trilogy ahead of time, and the team who failed to do their job in securing consistency from one movie to the next.

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