Star Wars Prequels

Think about it:

From the beginning of episode 4 (Star Wars for the most conservative) when Luke talks to Ben-Kenobi we already know that Darth Vader (Anakin) is Luke's father (Actually, Obi Wan is responsible of his condition). Therefore the most shocking moment in the movie, even the history of cinema (sure) is reduced to an scene from any other reality show form MTV... It's sad but it's true...

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    What do you mean? they never made any Star Wars Prequels...... *COVERS EARS* LALALALALA I CAN'T HEAR YOU LALALALALALALALALA

    - shouldent January 24, 2012, 9:47 pm
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    Now that third generation Star Wars fans are beginning to watch the films in order (1-6), it's interesting to see how it affects their reaction to different parts of the films. For instance, most kids who see them in order find the revelation of Anakin turning into Vader and Palpatine being a Sith to be more shocking and memorable than the "I am your father" scene, since they already know Luke is his son.

    Just like for those of us that saw the originals first, Palpatine's turn was expected, they expected Vader's reveal. It's not a lessened experience, it's just different.

    • Ertrov
    • January 23, 2012, 1:57 pm
    Agree... actually everything changed with the new trilogy... but to be honest I prefer the "I am you father" than any order, maybe because I take to personal...
    - shouldent January 23, 2012, 2:03 pm
    Oh I agree the originals are better. I'm just saying the next generation might disagree.
    - Ertrov January 23, 2012, 2:26 pm
    well I think it kinda took the fun out of watching episode 1-3 because for me it was like "oh well this kid will be the bad guy" and I dont know there was nothing that I didnt expect like the clones killing the jedi (which still was a really sad scene) or anakin getting his limbs cut of and get rescued.
    I mean if you watch 1-3 without knowing what happens its like "oh damn why did the clones do that to the jedi?" "oh crap obi wan has to kill anakin how sad he already lost his master" "Oh anakin didn't die? Holy shit" "Palpatine you asshole" "Padme died? But what is with the kids?" I dont know but 4-6 still has its magic moments if you watched 1-3 before. Like blowing up the death star, the jedi training, seeing yoda again like all the thinks you may was thinking about in the end of episode 3. I mean I dont know but 1-3 really had nothing interesting for me except for finding out why anakin turned to darth vader but other than that dont know. Still good movies.
    But some movies are more interesting if you dont know what happens like the others awesome watching the first time and kinda okay watching the second time or the butterfly effect or I dont remember the name, the movie with the psychologist having multiple personalities and he doesnt know.
    - Vans January 23, 2012, 4:18 pm
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