In this new exclusive video, CBR looks at how to fix the Star Wars Prequel Trilogy, which a lot of people disliked.
While the original Star Wars trilogy is one of the most beloved parts of the saga, people were a lot more mixed on the Prequel Trilogy. Starting with Star Wars: The Phantom Menace in 1999, the highly anticipated Prequel Trilogy has become somewhat infamous for its poor plotting and dialogue, among other things. However, there are definitely ways to fix the Prequel Trilogy so as to make it better, and in this new video we’re going to look at some ways to make the maligned films great.
The first thing we have to change about the Star Wars Prequel Trilogy is to address the problems of midi-chlorians, the introduction of which was quite controversial. While in the Original Trilogy, the Force was mysterious, the Prequel Trilogy tried to bring a scientific explanation for why some were more powerful than others, and this ended up taking some of the magic away from the series as a whole. This is something of a problem with the Star Wars Prequel Trilogy on the whole, as it often explained mysterious, interesting world-building.
Check out the video below for more ways to fix the Star Wars Prequel Trilogy and what a better version of that era of the saga would look like.
Beginning in 1977 with A New Hope, the Star Wars franchise is one of the most successful in the world, with the series’ core films grossing billions worldwide. There have been a number of video games, comics, books and other forms of media based in the Star Wars universe, though not all are canon following Disney’s acquisition of the property in 2012. The Mandalorian, which airs on Disney+, is the first live-action Star Wars TV series.
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