Ahem, please actually read a history book with some credibility. No, really. The Catholic church was Rome and still is.
Hey, that's right.
Also, guess who saw them, and guess who could prove it was them, when it could easily be explained as a Sith?
Again, there should have been absolutely no witness to Palpatine's death. A shuttle goes to Palpatine's quarters, a shuttle leaves. One dead Chancellor and no Sith Anakin. We're just lucky ol' Ani had emotional problems and nearly no self control.
Every time they see the Prequels.
Yes, because the quota was met and the Sequels failed miserably to come close to meeting it.
There was too little Mustafar and what we did see was very disappointing. The building is not very smart because the large towers which serve no obvious purpose except being material to fight on later stand directly next to the giant pit of magma, next to a magmafall, etc. etc. and it all makes for a very campy fight scene which could have taken place anywhere else with an open flame.
It exists for one segment and is otherwise not worth mentioning, as little occurs there. You might as well have put the cloning facility on the backside of Tatooine, at least that way we wouldn't have had to meet Dexter Jetser.
...Remind me what there is to like.
Yes, you're proving my point. He was so disdraught and dunderheaded that the immediate situation of Palpatine basically proving he was a Sith Lord to him didn't stir one little hair on his head. It was only after a while that he realized his Senpai might die, so he rushed off to convince himself of it. Then we lost one of the only good roles Samuel L. Jackson ever played, Darth Icky the True was relabeled Darth.... Vader, and Vader's backstory was forever ruined by this horrible role.
And then showing nearly nothing except anger at some of the Jedi's bad decision making and having bad dreams.
Except he did... He switched as soon as George told him to. It's called acting, specifically bad acting.
- He utilized the Clone Wars.
- He utilized the Emperor before he even existed.
- You literally just stated that he had some of the ideas written down, in novels.
Hey, you answered it for me.
Except, y'know, the implications from what you just described. Oh, and the fact that Obi-Wan kinda saved all their lives and made a big impact which, while subtle, is still shown.
No, there's another problem. He's also a horrible comedy relief. Instead of actually being funny, which is his one job, or entertaining even, he's obnoxious, idiotic, and somewhat terrifying in his animation. Done really well, Jar Jar Binks might be a really good character. However...
Kudos, kid. Kudos.
K, so um, remind me how CW is perfect.
Seriously, I know Grievous never really won against the significant jedi he was paired with. However he didn't in anything he was in, neither did Vader when he wasn't scripted to, and also why the main villain of a TV show doesn't kill the protagonist quickly. However, Grievous was proved to be faster than the force in CW. If he couldn't hold his own and be an incredibly deadly character...
...He might just be the Episode III Grievous.
Nothing wrong here, except that he put up literally no fight to begin with. From a filmmaker's perspective it's fine, considering the four-arms deal was a reveal to most people.
Did he have to completely suck at fighting while it happened? He starts with spinning his lightsabers in a block, marching towards Kenobi, who jabs in and stops the spin. Grievous cuts a few times and flips over his...
...Oh, he just stands there and puts all his lightsabers into blocking Kenobi's repeatedly. Ah, there he blocks with one this time, letting him go in and stab...
...Oh. he just stands there and lets Kenobi take his hand off, despite having four other arms. Ok, so he...
...Does it again. Ok, here we go! he's got him in a lock. He's taunting him. Obi-Wan says the catchphrase. He reels back for a force push, and Grievous dodges...
...He stands there the whole time he's deliberately drawing his arm back, despite being clearly strong enough to overpower Kenobi's one lightsaber arm or quick enough to dodge the force blast. Okay, he's fallen off the wall. Ooh, he's going to pull an exorcist, hm? well this should be...
Boring, because he's running away do I even have to go on? even at the very end, he doesn't bother to cover his vital organs despite his chest previously being crushed by Mace Windu in CW.
Goodness, they can't do anything right.
Let's talk TFA later.
George knows how to make money and put minimum effort into it. It's called "make three really bad sequels to the original Star Wars movies and people will watch them anyway". And by your arguments it seems to have worked.
This, uh, could have been dealt with literally any other way.
He trained him, fought with him, fought him, knew he was far more powerful in the force than any other jedi or sith, and went to Luke as an alternative not because he stopped "believing in Anakin".
No, he was making sure his final reserve didn't die.
Or nothing. From the very beginning Yoda denied Anakin even being a Jedi. It makes sense that their hopes for the now-sith lord were dwindling away after so long. But Yoda was a greater jedi than Obi-Wan, and undoubtedly felt the force in Leia long before Obi-Wan started looking.
So were many other things, like Vader being Luke's dad.
Do you know how quickly the public today changes their collective mind? go to politics if you don't believe me.
It was probably an aftermath feeling, and the rousing applaud to kill the jedi were from Palpatine living, deformed, after the attack. Plus, if you go out and pity the crowds you can get them to do nearly anything.
Better to kill the Chancellor because he's evil and tough out the storm, hoping someone good will replace him, than to let him live and make things a hundred times worse.
Well, he could always be Snoke. Dont kill me i was being sarcastic