Unlike Vader, Sidious was completely, irredeemably evil. Movies Improved by Chewbacca!
A curious name since Jedi are called "knights" too. Do you agree with Lexi's list of evil villains?
Perhaps by then he'll have taken control of his anger management issues, which would itself mean his command of the Force not to mention his lightsaber building would improve even further as a result. As I pointed out when the latest trailer was released , part of the Star Wars magic has always been imagination; Lucas used real-world influences—Samurai, Westerns, pulp novels—for character designs, locations, concepts that still knocked people out with novelty.
On the contrary, quite a few of them are woefully underpowered, and unlikely to cause any headaches for the forces of good.
A fresh take on sports: Episode I — The Phantom Menace and was notable for 3 things: Twitter Email. Do these theories exist because The Force Awakens scattered all sorts of clues to explore and follow, or do they exist to fill a void of information?
Not only is her assassination attempt on Senator Amidala foiled by Obi-Wan and Anakin, but the Jedi duo are then able to chase her down and literally disarm her.
Phasma had a few lines that showcased how cold she was, but nothing more.
He was a gangster and his greed placed him in the path of Solo's closest allies. Like this? Darth Vader never fully lived up to his potential.
The original trilogy started with Darth Vader as the typical psychopathic villain, then in Empire Strikes Back , we learned there was far more to him: Hamill will know full well fans will be aware he wanted to go to the Dark Side, so what better way to keep it a secret than to say Hamill's unhappy with what's happening with his character in The Last Jedi? Though this all is, again, cool , there are reasons to fret about just how closely the new movie appears to be aping the originals.
The films get a lot of things right -- even if some of it wasn't wholly intentional, but they also get a lot wrong, like a certain gungan who was given power in the Senate.
Rey's secret Star Wars origin has been staring us in the face all along "It's the first time I've been on set not yet knowing what the character's gonna look like. Grand Moff Tarkin for example, was shown to be even more cruel and uncaring than previously thought, even toward his colleagues and allies. Luke Skywalker will end up being the real villain of this trilogy. You'll notice that as a villain, Krennic bore all the hallmarks of a quintessential villain. This was not because it wasn't an amazing scene, but because of how simplistic and disappointing it was.