Daisy Ridley Wonders Where The Love For Star Wars Went
The era of Disney Star Wars started hot out of the gate with The Force Awakens. The J. J. Abrams directed movie not only reached $1 Billion quicker than any movie in history, it was the first to cross $2. There was a small minority of fans who did not like it, but most loved it and the stain of the prequels was scrubbed from their minds.
Rogue One was released a year later and it did well, being outside the regular numbered anthology and bridging part of the gap between episodes III (The Revenge of the Sith) and IV (A New Hope). Even a few of the detractors of The Force Awakens liked it and there was high belief that Disney Star Wars would be good.
Then came The Last Jedi. The Rian Johnson penned and directed episode VIII divided the fan base like no other film. The shine on Disney Star Wars was forever tarnished and for many fans, the ride was completely over. The love affair that had started with good will and high hopes from J. J. Abrams and The Force Awakens was gone in a single movie. The cast felt it was well.
Channel Dad Bryon Lape reads an article about Daisy Ridley and her observance as the fans of Disney Star Wars started with Love and then vanished. Daisy Ridley astutely asks, "Where did the Love for Star Wars go?" By the time The Rise of Skywalker was released to theaters, the vast majority of fans were gone.
The last installment of the Skywalker saga costs far more than any of the other episodes and brought in less money than any of the other Disney Star Wars saga movies. It took a long time to get over $1 billion, but dropped 30% from the gross of The Last Jedi.
What was your ride with Disney Star Wars? Are you one of the few who enjoyed all of the movies (The Force Awakens, The Last Jedi, and The Rise of Skywalker)? Did you feel for Daisy Ridley and believe the ones who dislike Star Wars the most are the fans? Is there no way to get past A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of The Jedi? Where is the love for Star Wars?
The fans are not the only ones who dislike Disney Star Wars. Recently John Boyega has also thrown shade at Disney Star Wars. It is not fully certain if he is echoing some fans or trying to save his career, but there are many who agree that Disney did not use Finn as they should. Finn had the potential to be an incredible character in the Disney Star Wars Saga, but they chose to make him the butt of jokes. The Force should have awoken in Finn and be why his First Order training to did hold. His struggle for self-identity could have been a powerful journey, but J.J. Abrams chose not to do that and Rian Johnson made Finn a worse character. So much potential lost.
Perhaps George Lucas should have stopped after making the first Star Wars movie and not make more. Perhaps the Return of the Jedi in 1983 should have been the last Star Wars movie. It is hard to say, but now there are more Star Wars movies that are disliked than those that are loved.
Where is the Love for Star Wars??
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