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The Force Awakens Failed Star Wars’ Sequels Well Before Rise Of Skywalker

reuse many aspects star warsThe sequel attempts to draw many parallels between the first film in the trilogy. star wars sequels and predecessors. However, as these narrative lines were ostensibly dropped for subsequent films, it seems in retrospect Star Wars: The Force Awakens makes a series of false promises about the direction of the trilogy. While this was partly due to the change in directors for the second film, the lack of consistency was a major issue in the sequel trilogy, and this trend was determined by the director. the force awakens‘ inauthentic and tasteless start. The film’s narration parallels the original, which it made no attempt to continue (or even establish a sequel on).

While the film itself is reasonably solid (again, thanks to excessive reuse of already established film) star wars story), ultimately doomed the sequel trilogy with a general lack of originality and a lack of real faith in the franchise’s new identity. By doing the following star wars the films did not save the sequel trilogy, the writing was already on the wall from the first part. The overconfidence in reusing elements that the franchise had already explored proved that. Star Wars: The Force Awakens Skywalker didn’t know how to continue his saga – this was further demonstrated by the narrative extravaganzas of later films.


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The Force Awakens Failed Star Wars’ Sequels Well Before Rise Of Skywalker

By reusing so many aspects of Star Wars, the first film of the sequel trilogy tries to draw a great number of parallels between the Star Wars sequels and their predecessors. However, as these narrative lines were seemingly discarded for subsequent films, it seems in retrospect as though Star Wars: The Force Awakens makes a number of false promises about the direction of the trilogy. Even though that was partly due to the change of directors for the second movie, the lack of consistency was a major issue with the sequel trilogy, and that trend was set by The Force Awakens‘ unoriginal and uninspired beginning. The film’s narrative asserts parallels with the original that it makes no attempt to continue (or even set up a continuation of).
Though the film itself is reasonably sound (thanks again to its excessive reuse of a previously-established Star Wars story), it ultimately doomed the sequel trilogy with a general lack of originality and a lack of any real conviction as to the new identity of the franchise. While the following Star Wars movies didn’t save the sequel trilogy, the writing was already on the wall from its first installment. An overreliance on reusing elements that the franchise had already explored proved that Star Wars: The Force Awakens simply didn’t know how to continue the Skywalker saga – something that was further proved by the narrative flailings of subsequent movies.

#Force #Awakens #Failed #Star #Wars #Sequels #Rise #Skywalker

The Force Awakens Failed Star Wars’ Sequels Well Before Rise Of Skywalker

By reusing so many aspects of Star Wars, the first film of the sequel trilogy tries to draw a great number of parallels between the Star Wars sequels and their predecessors. However, as these narrative lines were seemingly discarded for subsequent films, it seems in retrospect as though Star Wars: The Force Awakens makes a number of false promises about the direction of the trilogy. Even though that was partly due to the change of directors for the second movie, the lack of consistency was a major issue with the sequel trilogy, and that trend was set by The Force Awakens‘ unoriginal and uninspired beginning. The film’s narrative asserts parallels with the original that it makes no attempt to continue (or even set up a continuation of).
Though the film itself is reasonably sound (thanks again to its excessive reuse of a previously-established Star Wars story), it ultimately doomed the sequel trilogy with a general lack of originality and a lack of any real conviction as to the new identity of the franchise. While the following Star Wars movies didn’t save the sequel trilogy, the writing was already on the wall from its first installment. An overreliance on reusing elements that the franchise had already explored proved that Star Wars: The Force Awakens simply didn’t know how to continue the Skywalker saga – something that was further proved by the narrative flailings of subsequent movies.

#Force #Awakens #Failed #Star #Wars #Sequels #Rise #Skywalker


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