‘And I’m doing this because he has faith in me, loves me despite all the horrible things I’ve done. I broke his mother’s heart, but he still cares about me, and I can’t let that die.’
Anakin is very different in the end. The thing of it: The prophecy was right. Anakin was the Chosen One, and he does bring balance to the Force. He takes the ounce of good still left in him and destroys the Emperor out of compassion for his son.
George Lucas, The Making Of Revenge Of The Sith; page 221
For all the people in the back/Disney who can’t seem to research before kriffin publishing the equivalent of a hipster’s first draft thesis written in crayon on a napkin about a science fiction (not opera!!) series with whiny Louis Spacegazer who Doesn’t Understand unconditional love(?!?!) and his father Darth Vader who’s only good for inspiring respiratory masks instead of repentance.
A series that OBVIOUSLY leads into a movie that disappoints expectant fans (the ones who have seen SW when it was SW) so THOROUGHLY that the cute/merchandise-selling/Ewok-equivalent smol natives are advertised in the 2nd movie instead of the 3rd bc the sequel trilogy needs it THAT BADLY