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This, perhaps, is the continuation or better yet a meander of the idea from my previous post about art, titled properly Art Is not a Gadget. It is something I wanted to write about, especially now when The Last Jedi discussions have started since the trailer was released. This is quite an unpopular opinion, but still the one that I firmly stand for.
Regarding Star Wars, we all know that the original trilogy has done so much and changed both the experience in the cinema and movies in general. Then prequels happened, and many people who were absolutely captivated by Episodes IV, V, and VI felt betrayed by Episodes I, II, III. However, I think that prequels are more interesting than the original trilogy. In terms of story, I find them more intriguing. Perhaps it’s because they really expand on the lore and the universe of Star Wars, which I always look forward to. And I admit that they are not as tight movies as those in the original trilogy, but they also had more challenges to face and overcome. Continue reading