I think the most disappointing thing is that this film (the whole series, really) could have been a truly great work of art where, as Salieri says about Mozart in Amadeus: "Displace one note and there would be diminishment, displace one phrase and the structure would fall." An artist blessed with the power of greatness could have accomplished so much more.
Is it possible to learn this power?
Not from George Lucas.
Sir, the possibility of successfully navigating an asteroid field is approximately 3,720-1!
Never tell me the odds.
You want the impossible.
A great work of art is not impossible. A championship team is not impossible. If you say "I don't believe it", that is why you fail.
There he is! He's still alive. Get me a medical capsule immediately!
Some of the players on the A's roster right now, like Ryan Glynn, who is pitching as I write this, are like those lines of wooden dialogue in Star Wars. They're displaceable notes. They don't contribute to the structure of a great work of art. When they find those right notes, when they have the right structure, then I'll be satisfied.