When episodes 1, 2, and 3 of Star Wars was released, people literally threw food in the movie theaters - it sucked so bad, people claimed that Star Wars "ruined my childhood". Everything made zero sense to episodes 4, 5, and 6. In the first three, R2D2 could fly! He could do all sorts of cool stuff, but in 4, 5, and 6, he walked feebly, information that was collected "earlier" was removed (To a memory wipe - which made no sense), he couldn't fly at all, he fell off a fighter into a swamp.... oh man... it sucked so bad.
Also, episode 6 ended the series quite well. There is no need for an episode 7. Unnecessary continuations ruin movies and are a complete waste of money. They are made only to try and make more money, not please the audience. I can already review episode 7 now...
"When Star Wars first came out, the reception was incredible. Thousands of copies were sold and more episodes went immediately into production. Sadly though, episodes 1, 2, and 3 were failures, as they made no sense to the storyline of 4, 5, and 6, and just reeked of a greedy cash grab. Episode 6, however, ended the series quite well, and I was satisfied. As soon as Disney bough Lucasfilms and began to produce episode 7, I could already tell this was just another attempt to make more money when you already have too much of it. My rating: 0/100."
Damn you Disney!