I'm really glad I've kept my scope as limited as I have.
The 'falling in love' rule is one of the most tedious things to happen in the whole of the prequel trilogy.
It's a way of providing a cheap reason why Anakin and Padme can't just immediately hook up and leave it at that. Instead half of their conversations just stop because of the 'rule' that persists and doesn't make much sense, either.
If they weren't allowed to love, they might as well go the complete monk route and cut off all relations, because some relationships are so strong that they can constitute love. And yet the Jedi are seen with personal ties to each other and strong bonds, which is rather contradictory to Yoda's lessons.
Keep in mind, I'm one of those people who tries to be optimistic about every film I see and think of one good element of it. These films just have some deep-seated flaws which stem from a man who should have retired long ago.
EDIT: Read through the rest of the forum. I think these guys are solely comprised of modern comic-book writers.