>so hayden, you gotta kill dooku here while sheev jerks off to you beheading him.
Killing Dookie was sad
Dooku had the higher ground compared to all the corrupted Jedi and the Sith maniacs and was well on the way to actually both getting rid of the Sith and establishing the order in the Rep
Jedi blindness blew it
>I actually broke down on set and said this is not why I became an actor.
>tfw no Darth Jinn
As fedorable as it was to start the PT with Obi-Wan as a padawan, it would've been so much better if TPM started with him as a newly-minted and unsure knight going to Naboo with Dooku instead of le dude Taken lmao.
Would've freed up a lot of time and made 2&3 far more significant
So that's exactly why Lucas lost himself with the prequels, despite having talented actors like Ewan MacGregor.
He was a hobbit-sized human, therefore he couldn't have the high ground .
There should have been a grey jedi academy. You just go there, learn some cool tricks, no ridiculous rules, smoke some space weed with the instructors and shit. Fuck that would be cool.
Its not like that. There are schools of the Force and its passed through generations within the teachings of the Jedi or the Sith. Sure there are people who are gifted and were never recruited, but chances are they are poor users and can't advance even to the simple things. Rey was the first user in EU or the movies that used it right off the bat, but she was obviously called/guided for specific reason.
Think of the Force user as a gifted sculptor. Without the proper guidance, he'll never even TRY to make something, just like Luke on Tatooine.