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“Rey In The ‘Star Wars .” Fans had a lot of problems with the Star Wars sequel movie. Probably as many problems as they had with the prequel trilogy. Many things in the new trilogy did not make sense to some fans. Force Awakens has brought everyone back into the world of Star Wars, but after that, the youth is gone, we got The Last Jedi and The Rise of Skywalker, which many fans hated. However, what fans could not wrap their heads around was Rey’s story. But if the whole story of the whole franchise was disrupted, first of all, then all of the character’s story stories were also disrupted.
Rey Was Forgotten And Then Rey Was A Palpatine
One of the biggest problems fans had with Rey was his change of news stories. Since Force Awakens, Rey’s story has built up a great deal. Who was she, what was her story, and in particular, who were her parents? Because they didn’t tell us in the first movie they said it was one of the biggest secrets of the trilogy.
When The Last Jedi arrived, Kylo Ren said she looked at his history and found that his parents were nothing. Fans are shocked. That can’t be the case, can it? We felt bad that she seemed to be a descendant of very good people, but we could not believe that this powerful girl was a product of nothing. But then again, Anakin was actually a product of nothing, without a father and everything.
Immediately ahead of The Rise of Skywalker, all of a sudden, he was Palpatine, who was much better than a human child … sort of. Now, Rey had to start an internal struggle between light and darkness. But his reluctance to give up the black side was just a small thing. When the decision was too difficult, Rey chose both sides. Normal.
Responding to why people hate Rey, Quora user Michael B. wrote, “And it makes him the least of all the problems in this movie. His past is a mysterious box with nothing in it. He’s just a character who makes things happen for him, with a redesigned title that was better told for the first time. “
“It’s a real shame because there are so many good ideas here. But none of them have ever been given the opportunity to develop into a good narrator.” It’s a shame.
Rey’s Character Was A Bit Dull
One fan on Fandom wrote that it is more about how the trilogy was abused than Rey himself. “While I can’t speak for everyone here, I think he is a really good man, a true hero. My dislike is completely limited to his role as a Star Wars actor, and this is more closely related to the concept behind the Sequel Trilogy than him. Let me explain,” wrote author Buddha.
She goes on to explain that Luke Skywalker was George Lucas’ “spiritual journey, which one must take if he wants to conquer evil: she made a point of his heroic father Jedi Knight and wanted to face Darth Vader, but was forced to revive his views on evil when she saw that Darth Vader resembled Anakin Skywalker. “Finally, Luke does not walk on the dark side.
In the prequels, we see Anakin turning to the dark side. “You see, both parts of George Lucas’ story contain important messages and lessons: evil, the dark side, nothing but fear, anger, hatred, and all three suffer.
“Rey has his own inner struggle, but while the story of Luke and Anakin provided answers to universal questions, and challenged the audience’s views on right and wrong, Rey was almost a superstitious hero. The hero of our salvation, we all need to be a hero) but his choice was always clear between right and wrong, and this, in my opinion, was a step backward. “
She became a “picture to fans,” meaning that whatever he liked, the fans loved. “She’s not a bad character, at all, but she’s a traditional, simple sci-fi/fantasy character, set in the world of Star Wars, and, compared to Anakin and Luke, he has no deep spiritual and original, philosophical content,” concludes Author Buddha.
Rey could be Luke Skywalker’s next, and that’s probably JJ. Abrams was trying to work at the top, but it didn’t turn out well, sadly. So it’s not so much about why fans hate Rey; it’s about why fans hate this next trilogy.
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