It's no secret that the Star Wars prequels put some people off. They just weren't as accepted as the original trilogy. What if we could step back and do things a little bit differently?

What exactly was it about the new Star Wars movies that rubbed fans the wrong way? Was it the lack of a cohesive story, or the bigger focus on action rather than character development? Many of us are asking ourselves these questions before the new Star Wars movies come out.

Take a look at this YouTube channel (Belated Media). This guy completely sums up the faults in Star Wars Episode One and even pitches his own suggestions.

What would you change if you were a story executive for Fox during the time the first episode came out?