Honestly I think his whole mindset the entire time was to make sure that he was creating things that were massively appealing across the board (in the most superficial ways) in order to sell toys.
Jar Jar didn't sell so many toys.
Originally Posted by jasperjones
I take your point about bad screenplays, and you're right about Jar Jar, but I'd argue that it was a poor choice to include such a madcap character, but sure, he appealed to the...
Originally Posted by Richard Dickson
Ford, Hamill and Fisher managed to overcome that in the first film.
Very true. The issue I believe is the endless blue screen, or characters portrayed by tennis balls...
It starts a bit slow and overall it's not as funny as the first but I think the new review is a better constructed piece overall and once it really starts picking up the pace around the middle it just gets brilliant. Especially after the...