*holds out lightsaber for an unecessary and uncomfortable amount of time with that fucking awful facial expression while Hamill tries desperately to remember his line*
What a shitty ending. Also did Hamill really lose all that weight just to stare? Don't even get me started on how the fuck that lightsaber was found.
Overall, the score may have not been too memorable, but Rey's Theme is definitely one that will stick with me. I feel like it defines this movie.
At the theater with my dad, gonna see star wars.
My dad was there the first day it opened in 1977 at the grauman theater, he is excited
All the commercials are star wars related
Enjoy urself m8
Anyone else from Ireland find this scene really weird to watch? I tried really hard to suspend my disbelief but all I saw was Ireland.
in this itt: flicks that were fun once you turned your brain off
...without relying upon poetry, references to other Star Wars movies, or plot elements lifted directly from the OT.
Its just Drive but in space and Poe Dameron gets to play the role of non-talkative murderer autist. In an exciting role reversal, Ryan Gosling is playing the role of Empire lover to some girl.
The whole thing is a flashback to before Episode VII. It makes some of the mysteries in Episode VII make sense, uses Max von Sydow more, explains Luke, the Knights of Ren, etc. The reveals make the events of Episode VII (particularly the ending) more potent, getting you hyped for Episode IX.
Basically something like the Machete order, but in actual release order.
Finn makes a cameo.
Lol if you thought the hype train was stopping anytime soon.
are these literalwhos good?
Oscar b8 or boner b8?
She's really talented, but what's objectively her best role?
>Millennials not interested in movies.
>Spend most their time on vine, youtube and /v/
>30+ yr olds are becoming the new demographic of cinema.
Now that movies are being made for adult, grown-up minds, are we about to enter a new golden age of cinema?
don't dismiss the cultural phenomenon which star wars has become
getting that out of the picture we need to wait until marvelisation of cinema die (which in fact is extension of lucas's original "movie universe idea)
fuck you I liked it
So wait, what exactly made him wake up?
Is this show worth checking out?
Why was this fucker even in that movie
He had like 2 lines and died within 2 minutes
studio insurance won't allow for someone that old to be in more than a few scenes. what if he dies midway and they have to scrap everything he shot and start over with a different actor? millions of dollarydoos could be lost. much easier and cost efficient to just use a giant cgi asshole