WARNING: CONTAINS POLITICALLY INCORRECT CONTENT THAT MAY TRIGGER LIBERALS. VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED. PROCEED AT YOUR OWN RISK.
"Star Wars" is one of the most awful 20th Century FLUNKS I have ever seen in my life. It has badly paced action sequences that don't last long enough, boring sequences of social commentary that feel like they last forever, unconvincing romance sequences that don't even convince me that the characters are in love, a poor taste for humor that makes me cringe, but the one thing I despise of the most: Political Correctness. The whole thing has it written all over it, smothered! I am not talking about the shit movies that came out of Disney, I am talking about the older ones from 20th Century Fox.
Star Wars (1977) Edit
Did you like the original Star Wars movie from 1977? If so, then congratulations, you support Nazis! Yes, that is right. The people who made this movie at Fox claimed that it was inspired by Flash Gordon and the old movies about Medieval Japan, but that is wrong. It is actually a rip off of Nazi propaganda films from the early 1940s. One example is the ending scene where Luke and Han are won Medals of Honor, copies the ending scene of the Nazi propaganda film, The Triumph of the Will. And later on in 1997, they edited a scene with Greedo shooting first to make Han Solo not look like a "cold blooded killer". As if this garbage film was not liberal enough.
Return of the Jedi (1983) Edit
The creator of this monstrosity decided that he should make two sequels, including one that was a Pro Vietcong protest film, and shows enviornmentalism as the Ewoks use sticks and rocks to destroy the Empire's machinery on the forest planet. But they were not doing anything wrong.
The Phantom Menace (1999) Edit
He then decided to make three more FUCKING MOVIES TO ADD TO THIS POLITICALLY CORRECT HELL HOLE as prequels. The film was made as to poke jabs against Republicans. An example of this is the main antagonist, Nute Gunray, which has a similar name to "Newt Gingrich".
Dishonorable Mentions Edit
Empire Strikes Back (1980) features bounty hunters working for the Empire (the supposed villains) implying that bounty hunters are bad. Bounty hunters are good people! They hunt down criminals, damn it! And that shows the Rebel Alliance was a gang of terrorists and criminals, putting crime shit in positive light.
Attack of the Clones (2002) features making human clones as soldiers to serve the Galactic Republic, who are portrayed as the heroes. Human cloning should be looked down upon, as it is dangerous and can backfire.
Revenge of the Sith (2005) Obi Wan, one of the supposed protagonists says "Only Sith deal in absolutes" meaning only the Sith (supposed villains) have good reasons for things.