>>203>It's like any form of romance or adult interaction has been removed or Disneyfied
Not "like", it has been.>Even the Finn/Rose "romance" in The Last Jedi felt forced and cringeworthy with an utter lack of chemistry
Might have something to do with there being no build up or reason for it and she's just in love because he was a diversity hire just like her.>Look at Rey especially, she is played by an attractive actress
meh/10. She's not really ugly, but nothing special. The chick that plays Mary Sue for the park is miles ahead of the actual actress as far as attractiveness goes.>"but it's for kids!"
This is the most retarded argument and it's the one that every fucking soy swilling retard that fights against "the toxic fanbase" uses. Yes that's right, Star Wars has always been for children with all the limbs getting cut off, charred corpses on shown screen, disemboweled animals, strippers being fed to monsters, murdering rooms full of children etc. But then again the OT was released in the 70s and maybe children in the 70s were just more mature then the 20-30 year olds of today.