Though the other movies in the Star Wars prequel trilogy are hardly impervious to fan hatred, it was The Phantom Menace which seemed to act as the lightening rod.
George Lucas's Star Wars prequel movies remain some of the most divisive material in the franchise's sprawling canon.
A good trailer can be worth its weight in gold to a studio, and it can also be more trouble than you might expect. Just ask Suicide Squad’s David Ayer, who according to industry reports was sidelined during editing of the poorly-reviewed supervillain smackdown in favour of a cut made by the company behind the film’s high-octane, Queen and The Sweet-soundtracked promos.
How did we hate the ‘Star Wars’ prequel trilogy? Let us count the ways. George Lucas took everything that was great about the Star Wars movies and flushed them down the cinematic toilet: these are the moments that made fans furious…