“I don’t like sand. It’s coarse and rough and… it gets everywhere.” It’s one of the most painful lines in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, and it’s only made worse by Anakin’s halting delivery and awkward hand-stroking of Padmé.It’s no wonder, after so many terrible creative decisions in that prequel trilogy, that so many fans were excited when Disney tapped the rock steady J.J. Abrams to take the lead on the new trilogy of Star Wars movies. Unlike George Lucas, Abrams can write dialogue that isn’t excruciating, and more importantly, he’s proved himself a gifted guide for large franchises with untapped potential (Mission: Impossible, Star Trek and Cloverfield). And yet…As the Disney Star Wars trilogy draws to a close, I find myself genuinely longing for the days of the prequels. What I’m feeling isn’t nostalgia. And it isn’t ironic “love” for schlocky cinema that animates prequel-memeing Redditors either.What I miss is the daring. Nobody can say George didn’t swing for the fences with the prequels. After all, the same experimentalism that gave us Binks and the “sand” dialogue also gave us the iconic Darth Maul duel, the best opening sequence in any Star Wars movie, and so… Read full this story
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