Last Jedi Betrayal of Luke

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    1. Both Obi-Wan and Yoda stayed low after E3, but they didn’t give up. They didn’t just run off to hide away and die. Obi-Wan kept an eye on Luke. And when Luke was sent off to Yoda, the latter did not refuse training. He trained him. As a Jedi.

      Luke is arguably the main protagonist of the entire saga. He’s the hero-figure who, in the classical tradition, answers the call to adventure and learns to harness a mystical power, allowing him to stand up against great evil, defeat the Emperor, and redeem his father. TLJ turns him into a joke — someone who runs away from the New Republic, from his sister and best friend, and from his problems. It’s fucking lame.

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    2. I’m upset too. To think that Mark Hamill, who started out as almost as shitty an actor as that egregious piece of wood that played junior Darth Vader in the execrable prequels, actually puts in a stellar turn full of pathos, depth and nuance… why, that’s a betrayal of everything Lucas has ever done with the franchise. Simply inexcusable.

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