Who the fuck is this guy?
>rewatching the OT
>Luke, help me take this mask off
>But you'll die
mfw based Lucas invented Baneposting in 1983.
This is a bro thread. Let's post and discuss bros/homies/buds in films. Why don't more movies focus on this kind of relationship?
>Why don't more movies focus on this kind of relationship
> Manage to be able to go see SW7 while avoiding all spoilers
> Have a fucking good time seeing the movie, blows all my expectations away
> Go see on /tv/
> Everybody hates it
Fuck you guys, you dont know shit
What did YOU do during INTERMISSION?
I felt bad for Tarantino - until this point he had never made a movie that wasn't GREAT
and I bought popcorn
CUT MY LIFE IN TO PIECES
>WOW THAT IS QUITE A GRIP
>YOU SHOULD NOT PICK A SUPERMAN V BATMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE WITH THIS PERSON
SW:TFA is the latest in a testament to the elephant in the room: 'pirating' isn't the new, insidious plague of the movie times, it's spoiling films. There's almost no possible way to prevent movie spoilers nowadays, in this age of connectivity. From social media to forums to image sites to plain-old Google searches: you damn near cannot (soon WILL not) be able to avoid spoilers for films unless you see it opening night. And even then, still not fullproof, people spoil things from screenings.
I remember theaters getting The Dark Knight Returns...
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This new obsession with the plot of films is cancer and an inherent anti-art sentiment.
If you literally can't bear a film knowing what will happen then you have no business calling yourself a fan of authenticcinema
When will traditionally animated features make a return?
Never. The future is cg which will be succeeded by shitty interactive video game movies which will be succeeded by watching other people play shitty interactive video game movies.
This honestly would of been better if it was live action. It was animated for the sake of being animated, they never did anything with it. Could of done a "Princess Bride in Mexico" kind of thing with the characters. Wasted potential.
Emperor = Disney
lightning = Marvelification/tumblrification of movies
Luke = Star Wars franchise
Vader = George Lucas
This was the best saber duel in the entire series
Prove me wrong
>Very likely, since he was cut from TFA
HOW DOES THIS MAKE YOU FEEL /TV/?
Disney will get full rights to the prequels, V & VI in 2020.
Should they try and get the rights to the original as well?
>oh they cut his throat
>its early 1900s so thats certain death
>he's bleeding to death in the middle of nowhere
>he is alive
>only talks with a deeper voice
why are americans so scared of having any actual consequences for any major roles in their films?