ROTJ bad points:
Han is a giant wimp.
Vader is a giant wimp and is a tethered guard dog: VADER? WHERE THE HELL IS MY MOCHA LATTE?
YOU'D THINK BEING EMPEROR WOULD ALLOW FOR A LATTE BUT NOOOO!
The "final epic" father-son battle is over in a flash- anti-climactic as hell: what happened to Bespin?
The Emperor just sits and gloats.
The ewoks are too tribal and magically set up traps in a matter of moments to stop Imperials.
Chewie has a Tarzan yell.
Leia does relatively nothing but sit around-she shoots a couple of guys, strangles Jabba, and crashes a speeder bike-that's about it.
The Imperial troops on Endor are pathetically stupid.
Lando flies the Falcon in the Battle of Endor!
Boba Fett "dies" like a fool.
Han is blind in the beginning.
Luke's planning skills need work.
Script needed lots of work.
direction could have been light-years ahead.
"He's my brother." "Oh."
The final scene of Star Wars is beyond comprehension of lame! Oh look, I'm Lando-I'm just gonna stand here and clap awkwardly...woo I'm so great!
Lando hitting head in close-up.
Luke having a tantrum and thrashing Vader.
Luke voluntarily surrendering.
Luke has a damaged mechanical hand in a black glove.
Luke in black.
Luke uses force grip on Gammoreans.
Luke getting pissed at Ben.
Jabba gets owned.
The slave outfit-there are you happy? I said it.
Ben and Yoda joined by older Anakin in the force as they stare at Luke.
Papaloo on the speeder bike!
I could keep on with good and bad points.
The best shot of the film: Luke setting an ember to his father's armor as the Binary sunset theme begins to wail up in the background. The film should have ended with this and the last shot would have been Luke standing in front of the flames. Oh, that would have been Irvin Kirshner making an actual film about characters instead of this uninspired mediocrity.
Jedi is not a bad movie, but it is disappointing to encounter after the escapism of ANH and the force of ESB. It is painfully obvious that more time could have been used in preproduction, a better director could have been used, and that this one was for the kiddies. I lament for what could have been a true fitting end to the Star Wars Trilogy, but my complaints are only out of nitpicking love for these films.