Because you dissed the Star Wars prequels, George Lucas has sworn he won't ever make another movie about that faraway galaxy. He says, "Why would I make any more, when everybody yells at you all the time and says what a terrible person you are?"
In an interview with the New York Times, he also seemed stung by criticism that he changed the original Star Wars trilogy too much for the various re-releases:
On the internet, all those same guys that are complaining I made a change are completely changing the movie. I'm saying: 'Fine. But my movie, with my name on it, that says I did it, needs to be the way I want it.'
..And Lucas claimed that the "nuke the fridge" scene in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull was his idea, even though Steven Spielberg took the blame for it in an interview a while back. Spielberg was "just trying to protect me," said Lucas. But he also said that scene was totally fine, and "the odds of surviving that refrigerator – from a lot of scientists – are about 50-50."
Seriously, I give the Star Wars prequels a lot of crap, but they really had the same flaws that the original films did and a lot of people loved them, anyway.
For me, the biggest disappointment pretty much stems from the expectations of what the prequels would've been like based on what we know of the original series. The big gulf between the ages of Obi Wan and Anakin as well as the fact that for most of the prequels, it seems like they don't see much of each other, ran contrary to the basic thread in the first film - that Luke's dad and Obi Wan were best friends.
Really, I think it should've been a kind of buddy picture focused on adult Anakin and Obi-Wan basically saving the galaxy, fighting in the clone wars and then Anakin, sick to death of all the chaos, decides the only way to really protect the galaxy is to rule it with an iron fist.