Star Wars on Trial: Charge #9

By October 16th, 2015

Considering All the Factors Above, Overall, Star Wars Has Been Damaging to Science Fiction Readers, Writers, and Moviegoers

You’ve seen the films, read the charges, and carefully analyzed the arguments on both sides. Now it’s up to you to determine the overall impact of Star Wars on science fiction culture.

Discuss this charge in the comments below by drawing from your own Star Wars expertise and utilizing new evidence from The Force Awakens. And be sure to always be respectful of your fellow Star Wars fans!

What is your judgment on Charge #9?

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  1. Kaden

    I just can’t subscribe to the idea that the world would be a better place without Star Wars. As a kid I actually sat on a big piece of rusted farm equipment in the desert while the sun went down. Red sky, a slight breeze, and twinkling of stars helping me to imagine star ships hovering in orbit while a whole galaxy of adventure awaited.


  2. Ben

    No. It’s just a series of films. It’s captured imaginations. It’s fun. It’s got huge plot holes and terrible science. But as it is only gratuitous SciFi anyway, it doesn’t really matter. Fortunately we have films like Bladerunner and books like Dune that set the bar. I enjoy Star Wars like I enjoy prawn crackers. They do nothing but they are sort of fun.


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