The Star Wars Prequels are Secretly Brilliant?





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Published on Oct 1, 2015

[DISCLAIMER] These are not good as films, but as a narrative, the story is brilliant. This is a Story Analysis. That's why I've made this- I'm not defending poor filmmaking.

The Star Wars prequel trilogy has become infamous for being considered one of the greatest let downs in cinematic history. When compared to the original Star Wars and its sequels, some fans of the franchise refuse to even acknowledge the existence of the newer installments. People often complain about the overuse of visual effects, the poor acting, poor direction, Jar Jar Binks, etc. But when looking past things that the general public claims make these films “Terrible,” there is a genuine and honestly great story that can not only stand on it’s own as a film series, but contributes to the original trilogy and overall moral told in the Saga itself. Although, many of the essential story elements and themes found in these prequels are muddied by the great abundance of negative aspects that these films have become famous for. The Star Wars Prequels are not bad in a narrative sense; on the surface they may seem that way, though through the “denseness” there is a brilliant story to witness, and here we unearth that story for you.


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