Milo Explains How Feminism Ruined ‘Star Wars’
For one reason or another, most people love Star Wars. The original film released in 1977 was the arch-typical hero’s tale told through an exciting outer space adventure. It touched our hopes for space travel and rang true with our spiritual nature.
The special effects used in the original trilogy were revolutionary and devastatingly realistic compared to the methods used by other science fiction film production studios. The models used by Industrial Light and Magic were beautifully detailed, and George Lucas’ vision of what he called ‘the dirty universe’ inspired ship designs that had a radiant practicality and grittiness that made them feel so much more real.
Fans of the series were overjoyed in the 1990s when the re-releases of the first three films hit theaters. Core fans grumbled about subtle plot changes, such as Greedo shooting first in the Catina scene. Later, in the early 2000’s the prequel trilogy was released with mixed reviews- but it still has the same swashbuckling fun that we enjoyed in the originals.
The second prequel trilogy detailed the life and fall of Anakin Skywalker as he slowly descended into the likeness of the twisted and evil Dearth, Vader. While they lack the earnestness and energy of the original trilogy- they are entertaining nonetheless.
Since then, subsequent Star Wars films have been a stewing pot for the left-wing, liberal, whining, identity politics. Characters complain about their lived experiences in every scene. Milo Yiannopoulos, explains how, as he puts it, feminist women ruined Star Wars.
~ Liberty Video News