Biggest Mistakes In The 'Star Wars' Universe
In 1977, George Lucas delivered to the world a film that changed the way the world looked at movies. Then, about 25 years later, some movie-goers had questions (especially when they saw the film's prequels).
In the battle between Trekkies and Star Wars fans, the Trekkies may have a point: "That isn't logical Mr. Lucas". In the 1970s, George Lucas had a binder of backstories he wrote for the characters he was creating for Star Wars. After the smash success of that first film, Lucas planned to go even bigger than just a trilogy of films.
Using this old binder, he began to craft the Star Wars prequels in the mid-90s. Fans are still divided over how good the prequels are but some fans from both sides of the argument agree that there are some inconsistencies in the story being told when they go back and look at the original film, now dubbed A New Hope.
Annoying Story Problems in Star Wars, There Are
Considering how many Star Wars movies there are, it was only a matter of time before the first inconsistencies were noticed. Take a look at the video above to go through some of the paradoxes of the franchise.