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The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi take two entirely different approaches to revitalising Star Wars in a new trilogy. TFA is concerned with aping SW on a superficial level, the characters as symbols of something people liked a long time ago, completely rehashing the same structure of A New Hope. TLJ actually wants to move forward with the series, look back on what was, cast it aside, and create something new. The cohesion of this as the movie's main…
While the two halves that make up this movie are far more cohesive than Episode I, the ideas presented in the better half of Kenobi's investigation aren't as interesting necessarily as the former movie and feels fairly muddy to me. Anakin's story feels like it could be very good on paper, but came out incredibly cringy, creepy, and poorly made. Although I would still never watch this movie again, and all of Anakin's scenes were incredibly hard to get through, i don't absolutely despise it.