FotJ shouldn't have been. I think everyone knows from Storytelling 101 that you shouldn't start without at least a basic plot (beginning, middle, end). Improv very rarely works and it seems very unprofesional (and unfair to fans, especialy since they sold this experiment exclusively in hardcover).
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Mortis wrecks everything Star Wars has been about from the beginning. The OT was a story of good overcoming evil. The PT came along and we get this idea of the Chosen One and who will bring balance to the Force. I think everyone assumend that the dark side was causing the imbalance and that Vader, by chucking Palpatine down the well, defeated the dark side and restored balance. Then BOOM balance apparently now means that the light and dark sides need to be balanced equally with each other ala Yin and Yang. Problem is this is nowhere evident in the films, especially the OT. The end of RotJ, we can assume, wasn't a reason for celebrating at all. By defeating the dark side, the Force must really be out of balance now! That is why I say that Star Wars is now fundamentally divided against itself (and all of this happening in G-Level stuff!). Added to that the fact that you can freaking kill the Ones (Son, Daughter, Father) without any ramifications is absurd. Why did we need them in the first place? And how did Anakin, by not becoming the next Father bring the galaxy into chaos. I thought the galaxy was already in chaos. That's why we needed a Chosen One in the first place! To bring balance!
Where sky and water meet,
Where the waves grow sweet,
Doubt not, Reepicheep,
To find all you seek,
There is the utter east.