Make it or break it, Star Wars is the most awaited ones to return in the movie theaters.
When the first of it's kind, the New Hope came out, everyone was enchanted, because something like this has never been done before and everyone was pulled into the story. But then the prequels came, and problems arose.
The first episode Phantom Menace, was actually interesting for me in the sense of Darth Maul of the double saber, man was that awesome and the sharp, fighting sequences, I mean I was enjoying it.
But sadly, only the action sequences were the ones to attract me to the prequels.
And to be perfectly honest, the only movie of Star Wars I watched was the third episode, Revenge of the Sith and I actually kinda liked Anakin, I don't know like I think he was tailored just for our generation at the time the moody mopey kid, with the scar and the "Obi-Wan, you have forsaken me" and blah blah blah.
But honestly, the whole romance thing I never got, and the thing about it was that I was a kid, so I never really understood the political stuff of it and that was the bulk of it. But I enjoyed other things, I actually don't remember Jar Jar much, I enjoyed emperor Palpatine, and I thought that his approach to things, especially blurring the line between the Jedi and the Sith, and what kind of powers are taboo, and if it were taboo how come? Like if you could use the powers to save a life wouldn't you at least try?
I'm going into this movie with a lot of excitement, but also with a definite high guard because I know that it cannot recapture the original trilogy and why should it? It should address the old but also be something different something new, and perhaps this time, we'll come to understand it because we know that we can still enjoy what it has to offer.