Mark Hamill defends criticized ‘Star Wars’ prequel movies

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Luke Skywalker actor Mark Hamill has revealed that his feelings for the “Star Wars” prequel are far from consensus.

The trilogy — 1999’s “The Phantom Menace,” 2002’s “Attack of the Clones” and 2005’s “Revenge of the Sith” — is a punchline for many series fans, as he is widely considered to be the weakest link. Voting.

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However, Hamill feels differently.

“I was impressed that the prequel had its own identity,” the 69-year-old said in an interview for the book, published posthumously by film historian JW Ringler.Howard Kazanjian: The Life of a Producer, “The Empire Strikes Back” and “Return of the Jedi”. died in july.)

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The movies weren’t as popular because they weren’t good, Hamill went on, but because they weren’t as easily digestible as the franchise’s more beloved films.

“They were criticized because they were exhibition-heavy and over-brained and, perhaps, not as commercial as they said in 1976. It’s a darker story,” Hamill said, According to IndieWire.

And of course, they don’t deserve the level of criticism they are receiving online, he said.

“[In] The age of social media, people’s voices have become louder, and I’m amazed at how brutal they can be, not just in the case of the ‘Star Wars’ movies, but across the board.”

Meanwhile, George Lucas’ ex-wife Marcia Lucas shared some harsh words about the trilogy for the book.

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“I cried,” she said of seeing a screening of “The Phantom Menace” for the first time. “I cried because I didn’t think it was good enough.”

Lucas, who edited the first three films, took issue with both the cast and the plot.

“I thought it was weird that the story was about this little boy who looked like he was 6 years old, but later he must have reunited with this princess who was 20 years old. There were things like Things I didn’t like about the casting, and the things I didn’t like about the story… It was a lot of eye candy,” Lucas said.

she too Least Good Things to Say About the Sequel Trilogy From the minds of Kathleen Kennedy and JJ Abrams.

“It sucks. The stories are terrible. Just awful. Terrible,” she said. “They’re spitting out movies every year.”


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