If Lucas already knew that Luke and Leia were siblings why did he make him fall in love with her?
What would be your reaction if you saw this live on TV?
How come when you whack Kylo Ren in the shoulder with a lightsaber it just makes a little burn mark and then bounces off?
Shouldn't it fucking slice him in half tho?
Kylo did it to Finn too, I think twice.
apparently it's a new thing. if subsequent directors keep doing it, eventually people will realize it's just as bad for lightsaber fights as jumping around twirling was.
The Banking Clan will sign your treaty.
Super 8, a movie that does not get enough recognition had the most breathtakingly intense train wreck scenes I have ever seen.
Literally go fuck yourself.
What's his best role, /tv/?
The fact that she has a career at all is 100% proof that Jews run the media.
ppl shit on her nonstop... why. she is not THAT visible. also whenever i see this thread i tell myself i should listen to her standup once more and listento her tv show again and list all the GOOD JOKES. there are many.
>Refuses to kill people
>10 minutes later hes murdering the only people hes ever known and lightsabering his countrymen
>Can fight a Jedi master with no training
You guys can bitch about Rey being a Mary Sue but this is some of the worst characterization I have ever seen.
reminder that the First Order are actually the good guys
they're the good guys because making their characters work is the only chance these films have of becoming remotely watchable.
I say "becoming" because currently even Kylo Ren is barely functional as a proper antagonist.
History repeats itself
When The Phantom Menace came out people loved it.
Does it feel like an actual Star Wars movie to you or did it come across more like well-done fanfiction?
What did you think about Star Wars: Clone Wars (2003)
>He plays the bad guy
What are /tv/'s thoughts about Moon?
a shitty movie that is "serious" enough that pleb faggots who love garbage and have awful taste in general like to think is a patrish movie that elevates their usual garbage but it's not
I've been avoiding /tv/ for a looong time so I could enjoy this, but I just saw it annnnd....
killing han solo is the death of the franchise
Any future SW movie is going to be like watching a car go down the road with a wheel missing. Way to shoot your load early, JJ.
Should have killed off
Leiafor the shock value instead
It's probably not JJ's choice, Ford seems like he was reluctantly dragged back into it but only said yes if they promised to finally kill him off, like he had wanted to happen in Empire.