The arrival of the latest trilogy of the Skywalker Saga left the Star Wars fan community quite divided, where there was a variety of opinions about its last two installments, Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi and Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker, generally having more detractors of the movie of JJ Abrams what of the Rian Johnson (That’s minus those who didn’t like either of the two movies, of course).

To resolve the eternal dispute with the star wars movies We have this judge from the United States where in a court ruling it has been stated in the minutes that The Last Jedi and The Rise of Skywalker are mediocre films. And no, it is not that a lawsuit was opened to rate the latest Star Wars movies, but that this statement was made during a trial … Of cooking oils!

The text of the trial is going viral on social networks, whose lawsuit was filed by the vegetable oil company Wesson Oil against the packaged food company ConAgra Foods Inc. for considering it misleading that it continued to advertise on its bottles that its oil was 100% natural, as it contained genetically modified substances.

The resolution gave the reason to Richardson International, owner of Wesson Oil, where the US judge of the Ninth Circuit of Appeals Kenneth K. Lee he resorts in the argumentation of his sentence to a peculiar comparison with the last star wars movies.

“This is like when George Lucas promised that there would be no more mediocre or trashy sequels shortly after selling the franchise to Disney. Such a promise would be illusory,” the judge declared, not without specifying later that “this is evident in Disney productions. The Last Jedi and The Rise of Skywalker “.

Do you agree with the judge’s statements on the latest Star Wars movies?