Word of God, in this case George Lucas himself:I haven’t watched it yet, but it shouldn’t be a surprise that the story is an inferior rehash of the original trilogy ending. That was apparent in episode 7.
At least it provides some entertainment for a new generation of sci-fi fans, but of course disappointing that it doesn’t fulfill unlikely dreams of being a classic.
As for destroying the sith to restore balance -I don’t think that makes sense. Only if the Jedis disappear too (to be fair most did). But both sides having their influence decreased should work. Then when one side gets more powerful the other has to temporarily too to bring them back down.
I hope there was some bizarre looking aliens on show.
I saw it this morning at 9am on the largest screen at my local cinema. There were only two other people there! Hundreds of empty seats! Has this franchise run its course?
I wonder who here has watched The Clone Wars and Rebels animated shows. They offer a much deeper insight to the meaning of the prophecy - especially the Altmortis episodes.
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