I Watched the trailer for The People vs George Lucas. I don't really get it with "George Lucas raped me, of my childhood". The way I look at it is George Lucas DEFINED my childhood and then 20 years later defined my kid's. I also don't get the tag "He took our money". He didn't make me go see the prequels in the theater (several times). He didn't make me buy multiple copies of the saga. He doesn't make me watch The Clone Wars. He simply keeps offering this Universe from a "Galaxy far, far away" because I, like millions of others (including the guys who made this documentary), keep spending our time and money on it.
Part of me though, thinks that this endless debate about new vs. old Star Wars is flattering. I mean, if these people didn't love Star Wars so much, then they wouldn't be so obsessed with crying about and making a film about how the new stuff is crap. I hope the makers of this documentary wouldn't argue that with "it's because we hate it with such a passion". My response would be is this really what you have chosen to devote your life to HATING so passionately? Not cancer or the government or even terrorism. No, Star Wars is what is ruining this great World of ours.
I don't mean to sound, well, like the people on this trailer. After all, it is a free country and these guys are allowed to speak their minds. But, I'm just trying to point out how ridiculous it sounds to me, that people would say "I LOVE STAR WARS!!! ...But man. It's... It's because I love it soo much, that I can say with all sincerity, that I HATE the creator of it, George Lucas!"