give me one single redeemable thing about the prequel beside the cool set pieces and great visual effects (at that time obviously)
>the golden era of 70s filmmaking is never coming back
Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens
Name literally one memorable scene
other than TRAITORin Ep 7
>"I'm not against the word, (though I am) and I use it, but not excessively. And some people speak that way. But, Quentin is infatuated with that word. What does he want to be made -- an honorary black man?"
> "A guy like him should shut his face"
- Clint Eastwood on Spike Lee.
Space balls 2 confirmed for 2016
What do you think it will be about?
Rick is retired
Candy is dead
Rivers is dead
Lonestar said he'd come back .
Now that Lucas no longer owns Star Wars I hope this means we can finally get some space ball toys
I hope the plot is about the SpaceBall empire rebuilding the giant robot maid...but this time she's 10x bigger and can suck the air out of 4 planets at once
So does anyone know who gave po the map to luke? And how did that person obtain the map?
Seems like a pretty important detail to just skate over.
It made sense to me that luke would hide part of the map in R2 but that would indicate to me that he would give the other part of it too someone important and not just peace it with some random jerk off
Remember how the entire opening sequence was about an old friend of Luke Skywalker giving Poe the map? You know, the old guy in the hut who gets executed by Kylo after saying he knew Kylo's parentage? The guy hands Poe the map piece, and says it will help him find Luke?
It was in the title crawl, man. Come on
ITT: Movie characters that would probably browse 4chan
One of the only good things from the prequels were the sound effects. Discuss
Seriously, who the fuck was this in the new star wars ?
Let's have a Doug thread. Video is gonna be his next review
I can't believe I used to like this clown.
What is his best film?
Guess the show.
Hey /tv/, I'm thinking of getting this poster for my room. Thoughts?