This is the closest Star Wars has ever come to Kinography
why does he throw a car on peter if he wants to interrogate him?
What about this one?
>can't walk in the sky
>he has a partner
Did he need to be a horse?
Did this show need the animal-humanoids?
Other than the occasional pun what did it add?
Was it in the movie? It's luke, right? What is he doing?
hes lamenting the death of basically the entire new jedi order
apparently lukes order is even more shit than the original jedi order since they all get wiped out by kylo and his knights
It was in a flashback sorta force dream-sequence that Rey got from touching anakin's lightsaber.
I think it's implied that Luke is implanting part of a map into R2 to where he's hiding away getting all old and JUST.
How many movies do you watch per week, /tv/?
Is this where Rey learned about Jedi mind tricks? Did she read Kylo Ren's mind when she managed to counter his mind rape attack? This seems logical.
Theory is she has prior training in the force and has had her mind wiped/locked, possibly for her own protection. Kylo messing around with her head unlocked some of that training, which is why she was able to use telekinesis to grab the lightsaber, use the mind trick, more easily tap into the force when fighting with the lightsaber, and know how to resist Kylo probing into her mind further. One of the big things supporting this is her pilot helmet on Jakku says "Raeh", which means she possibly took her...
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Absolutely not logical. In fact it's the opposite of logical since it's a circular argument: she uses a force technique in order to learn the force, without already having learned the force technique in the first place.
Someone who reads your mind leaves his own open to be read. So fucking retarded. THIS ISN'T HARRY POTTER!
People complain that Darth Maul didn't have a personality
But Neither did a lot of great screen villains
I feel like people who complain about this don't really understand the language of cinema
Yeah, Maul was really great.
He actually had a really cool monologue that was just used for commercials.
Qui-Gon and Amidala also have "tone poems," but Maul's is the best.
>it's a Max gets transported in another dimension episode
>the series finale featured Max, Norman, and Virgil pitted against Skullmaster and their previously defeated foes. Both Norman and Virgil are killed, leaving Max to defeat Skullmaster. Unable to do so, Max uses the cap in order to time travel to the events of the first episode, creating a time paradox
I had a couple of those little toys that flipped open. I never watched the show. The spider one was my favorite.
Dr Parvel, I'm CIA
>Hello? Is this /tv/? Gimme a list of your ten favorite action films.
Dude, what if like, we had two of the crew fall in love. And like, it doesnt contribute to the story but. Still Dude, lets get like, Donald Glover in. And he's like a shut in living in a server closet. and he saves like, the whole mission.
It could have been perfect.
In Interstellar, how did solving gravity grant humanity the ability to build self-sustaining space stations that can grow its own food and oxygen? Wasn't Earth running low on resources?
Yesterday I finally watched Song of the Sea and what can I say
I'm a bit disappointed, the movie is only 90mins and still manages to drag on for a little,
but it's pretty much like the Secret of Kells in this regard, great visuals and music (unfortunately pretty much only at the end), but a serious lack when it comes to an exciting story
How did people from other countries like it? A big complaint when it was released in Ireland was that it assumed the viewer already had a vague knowledge of irish myths and legends.