The force awakens was clearly meant for the new generation who enjoyed it. All the fuckers complaining are literally over 35 years Olds. When are you gonna get it in your head that you're just not cool anymore. You're all probably gonna die in the next 10 years while this generation is left to clean up your shit and the problems your racist ass caused
>The force awakens was clearly meant for the new generation
You really think so? Because the majority of the movie felt like OT fanservice to me.
>this face will be part of star wars forever
I respect him and he was my favorite part of the movie.
And honestly he's not that ugly. He's pretty unconventional attractive, and plus he strikes me as extremely unphotogenic from looking at his pictures.
>That final space battle
>Luke's final confrontation with Vader and Palpatine
When will the RotJ is bad meme finally die ?
Also prequelbabies who put 3 over 6 are not invited
It's 65% of the whole film.
Your defence includes the beginning and the ending of the film (which are perfect).
The actual "meat" of the movie is the problem.
You forgot the GOAT spacebattle, also if people excuse rey because she is CUTE we can do the same for ewoks. I don't see why Han is "ruined", he's been through suffering, love, friendship, and now is a leader with people depending on him, if course he isn't the same scoundrel, he's grown as a character
I think it's the best tbqh familia (inb4 hate replies)
Jabba's palace is boring shit and only serves to resolve the "cliffhanger" ending of frozen Han from the previous flick.
The rest of what you wrote is all true but literally happens at the very end of the film. You have to put up with all of the boring Endor teddy bear Ewok garbage beforehand. Speeder bikes are kind of cool just really fucking stupid flying among redwood trees and high speeds making it really fucking dumb.
It's a good film only for its final acts. But even TPM had...
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Doesn't Mary Sue really mean the storyteller inserted her/himself into the film?
>You imbeciles can't even Mary Sue.
>hurr durr I can't into tvtropes
The definition may differ from person to person, but in short:
>In other words, the term "Mary Sue" is generally slapped on a character who is important in the story, possesses unusual physical traits, and has an irrelevantly over-skilled or over-idealized nature.
Where were you when you realized that even Into Darkness was a much better film than TFA?
>________ just plays himself/herself
>JJ thought mothers and daughters were going to see a movie about a strong woman and a black guy
>Audience is 70 percent male with an average age of 34
Women want Titanic not Bella & The Bulldog, sorry Hollywood
ITT underrated movies
>"Did I ever tell you the Tragedy of Plagueis the Wise?" - Sheev to Anakin
>"The Supreme Leader is wise." - Kylo Ren to Han
>Theme of Snoke is literally the same song played during the Plagueis the Wise scene, never used elsewhere in the other 5 movies.
You forgot to quote the part where Sheev tells Anakin that he killed Plagueis.
>>Palpatine: He became so powerful, the only thing he was afraid of was losing his power...which, eventually of course, he did. Unfortunately, he taught his apprentice everything he knew. Then his apprentice killed him in his sleep. Ironic. He could save others from death...but not himself.
So why wasn't she raped on jakku
Congratulations! You have just been made the producer of a Star Wars Anthology movie of your choice.
You get to handpick all the aspects of your film: story, director, cast, music, etc.
Who/what do you choose?
EU is fair game
A Stormtrooper with debilitating depression who falls in love with a droid and learns the meaning of friendship
I don't care
How someone can like prequels?
Is it just a meme?
original trilogy looks like cheap scifi made in the 70s
Am I really suppose to believe these buttons on Darth Vader are futuristic?
Looks like a cunt in a gimp mask
Anakin did nothing wrong.
If you were a director, what would your trademark be?
Mine would be the lead character running while wearing a snorricam rig.
Long single shot takes (or long takes that are made to look like single takes with CGI) for no apparent reason and offer nothing to the overall effect of the film other than to quell my own ego boosting mastabatory needs
So is Attack of The Clones the only good prequel movie?
Character motivations that actually make sense, good dramatic moments, actual character development, and Ewan McGregor's beard looks great. Plus natural chemistry between the characters that was absent in I and III. Somewhat cheesy but a true space opera that succeeds in all areas that Episode I and III fail.
What do you think about this film, /tv/?