Tell me about Sebulba. Why does he always win?
Why did no force ghosts show up and prevent kylo Ren from even happening? Does JJ even watch these films?
>"HURR JEDI TRAINING ISN'T LITERAL TRAINING LIKE IN A PUBLIC SCHOOL, FUCK LUCAS"
Oh really? Then how are new Jedi supposed to be trained?
They can't ALL face Darth Vader you fat fuck.
Fucking hell, can /tv/ please write an open letter to these hacks?
Even then, it's poor planning to have blindfolded children, still learning how to use the force stand in close quarters, unless this is used to weed out the weak ones
>getting mad over meme reviewers
hit the road jack
Do the people that make the DVD cases for the Bond movies even research or watch the movies before they write the blurbs on the back?
What does /tv/ think of iCarly?
It used to be one of my favorite shows as a kid.
So I just watched Star Wars: A New Hope. Is it any good?
Is this a film or a flick?
Can we all agree that the worst part of BB was having to listen to this guy shit the bed on every syllable he tried to speak?
You're a big guy
1. Shame (2011) - 9/10
2. Che: Part Two - Guerrilla (2008) - 8/10
3. Che: Part One - The Argentine (2008) - 8/10
4. Finding Nemo (2003) - 8/10
5. Ordet (1955) - 8/10
What's the consensus?
How in the actual fuck do they bypass Starkiller's shields with the Millenium Falcon?
Scene goes like this:
>It's nearly impossible to bypass the shield, we'll have to enter at light speed.
>5 seconds later
>We did it :)
No mention about it afterwards whatsoever.
Are we supposed to eat that shit up?
Meanwhile JJ and Disney execs are laughing all the way to the bank.
Going ONLY on what we've seen in the movies so far, who is the most powerful force user, and what feats prove this?
I fucking hate the character, but I'm probably gonna go for Yoda. He was old and weak as heel in the original trilogy but in the prequels he absorbed Sheev's lightning blast and shot it back at him.
Why couldn't Brock get any girls?