>Its inconsistent to criticize the new movies for being "too sjw" when the original was already that.
Except that's bullshit. The old movies weren't SJW they had strong characters who HAPPENED TO BE FEMALE, they weren't fanfic-tier Mary Sue's that shoot 3 Tie fighters in one shot THE FIRST TIME SHOOTING the Falcon Turret. Or stupid pointless diversity inserts rather than actual characterization. Compare Finn to
Lando. Inclusivity in the old Star Wars wasn't put in JUST for that but was a part of the character. Leia subverted expectations by
>they're too conservative
no they're liberal fanfic-yier garbage
>Last Jedi was new
Sure except that it was new for no reason, unlike the prequels which expanded the Star-Wars universe logically and which provided more depth socially and politically as well as background to the Jedi-Sith conflict. the Sequels provide nothing. The new parts make no sense, the old references are poorly made nd thus nothing really good. Apparently Luke, the guy who saw a sliver of good in Vader and who brought him back to the light-side apparently decides to kill his nephew because he saw glimmers of Darkness in him. And somehow the saviour of the Universe who in both canon and non-canon material was one of the strongest Jedi to live was beaten by a half-trained jedi upstart who killed everyone else too. And rather than taking responsibility and doing something he hides away in shame and dies like a fool, pretending to fight Kylo through a force ghost yet somehow teleporting the Golden Dice to Leia. Leia who never had a real force presence magically can turn into fucking super-man and survive space casually, just needing a nap. This isn't conservative, conservative is The Mandalorian, which carefully uses old star wars references and canon but in a way where its enjoyable and new. It doesn't have shitty fanfiction tier writing but actual literary story. A simple story perhaps but one that is enjoyable and new enough to enjoy. The Sequels take old things, but only as references, because the story makes no goddamn sense. It's all just hints and baiting for fan-theories that get shat on by white knight twats like Ryan Johnson, or spectacle focused pseuds like Jewr Jewr Abrhams.
Except it's a cheap imitation not actual Nostalgia like one gets from stuff like Stranger Things Season 1.