viernes, 9 de noviembre de 2012
What it means to defend Star Wars
Star Wars to me, is a movie, or a series of movies, that changed my life ever since I was a 5 year old and I went to see The Phantom Menace in theaters, with my mother. I am now 18, and I can say with all sincerity that it's one of the greatest movies ever released in history. Many might say that it's only true for the Original Trilogy and that the Prequels were horrendous, but I respectfully and fundamentally disagree with them. If anything, I think that the Prequels told the other part of George's story, and gave the same things that we loved from the Originals: the Lightsaber fights, the Spaceships, the epic struggle between good and evil, the search for the divine, a gigantic universe filled with thousands of planets, civilizations, and species. It's one of those stories that more than one generation has enjoyed, and from the look of the new Disney deal, more generations will enjoy the story. As Dave Filoni, the supervisor and director of Star Wars: The Clone Wars said, ''Star Wars Will Be Forever''. How can blame Filoni, or by that matter George Lucas, that potentially 100 years from now, people will still enjoy this movies the way we do?