So let me get this straight: Starkiller Base, a literal, actual planet turned into a weapon of mass destruction is capable of drawing a sun's energy, turn it into a giant space laser and shoot it in a way that it splits to destroy not only one, but FIVE planets in a different solar system only a few seconds later?
And the janitor knows how to shut it down?
Not only that:
the incredibly vital shield is poorly guarded and a mere Captain has access codes to turn it off, and does so with hardly a fight or protest
this after the prior two Death Stars were blown up handily in the same manner
No, it was Finn's force prescience that we were seeing, not the actual beam hitting all five planets at once. They were all in different star systems.
And it was Phasma who knew how to shut it down, not Finn.
Have you guys gotten into the new EU yet? I'm currently in the middle of reading this.
It's pretty poetic. One of the stories involves Leia going on a diplomatic mission to Naboo and the very first thing that happens is they get a communications disruption. Also we meet Poe's parents.
What's the worst thing he's done?
I really disliked Godzilla '98.
How exactly did this okay movie manage to make so much money?
Was it because of Camerons return to cinema?
Also why has TFA struggled to pass it?
Is she, dare I say, the best film and TV actress around at the moment.
> Warning that there might be Star Wars spoilers in the thread because I'm not a fag
Even the non-SJW media are saying that Poe Dameron might be the first queer character in the series. If that's the case I'm all for it. He's a charismatic, charming, and skilled person who's everyone's new favorite character and not some vain teenage boy with colored hair and dark lipstick who spends his days holed up in his room browsing tumblr on his Macbook and wearing the most flamboyant dress he/xe could find in his sister's closet.
Why do men pretend to find her attractive?
I'm about to watch this. What should I expect?
>I'm about to watch this. What should I expect?
These threads are awful. If it's memeing, it's bad enough, if you're serious: Take your ADD meds, let them kick in, and then watch. Why make a thread before hand? Millennial hyperactivity? If possible stop browsing and posting while you "watch."
Why was he blue dabaa dee?
Why does Comedy Central keep giving stand-up comedians their own shows only to cancel them after one or two seasons?
I never understood
Why did he drive the old Volvo?
Because its a very good and trustable swedish car. busy man like him cannot risk driving some american piece of junk fearing all the time that it is going to break and leave him by the road
>the main bad guy is an autistic man-child that can't accept things not going his way
>he has a borderline obsession with his grandfather, the original trilogy
>in his quest for purity, he kills the original franchise (Han), because he makes the franchise appear nerdy and obsessive
>he represents the old fanbase, which needs to be defeated
>the main character is generic and bland
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Are you ready for the new season?!
>"It was fresh and original"
>"The scariest horror since The Exorcist"
Why did everyone love this movie so much? It was just as bland and generic as Insidious and Sinister. What was so great about it?