Or how I feel guilty for not loving Rogue One There are so many things great about Rogue One: a great female lead, a diverse cast, a subliminal hint of queerness. And it paid the perfect homage to the original. And while it irked me at times, seeing a CGI’d Peter Cushing reprising his role as Grand Moff Tarkin made me smile. Even seeing a young Princess Leia made my heart swoon. But it wasn’t swooning for their respective appearances in Rogue One, but the memory of a young me planting down in front of the tube TV and watching the recorded copies of the original trilogy. Much like The Force Awakens, Rogue One‘s biggest problem was that it reminded me too much of A New…