RIGHT NOW ON HARDCORE PAWN
Anyone else feel like the fights in this are really lackluster? Characters who are supposed to be super powerful don't really fight like it. They just fight like somebody you'd find on the block or something. Unless they're a demon, then they'll do a generic force push or whatever.
Attack of the Clones btfo
>Phantom Menace made just over 1 billion (with the 3D re-release)
>Attack of the Clones made about 650 million
>Revenge of the Sith made about 850 million
Could The Force Awakens make more than all the prequels combined?
Hey /tv/, what's your favorite late '90s American Steampunk Western Action-Comedy film?
100 points to whoever names theirs.
Just rewatched The Empire Strikes Back yesterday and got to this little shit. What was the deal with his introduction? Why was he acting like childish asshole over a piece of food?
>MINE! MINE! MINE!
Was he autistic?
Great villan until the mask came off. What the fuck.
>People still don't understand that is the point
He's a Vader fanboy edgelord. The whole point was he'll never be as bad as Vader.
What are some aesthetically pleasing / soothing films to watch that have caught you in a very immersive atmosphere. I have holiday break of the next 4 days and I live in a dreary town and just want to watch some movies that I can use as escapism. a top notch soundtrack would be a bonus
All Gaspar Noe films
All Jonathan Glazer films
Can we talk about this character? Such a waste
>Cast that tall "girl" from Game of Thrones
>Give kickass costume
>Expect a kickass fight or something
>She gets a gun held up onto her head and thrown into the trash
I think Star Wars is a pretty cool gril, seh scavenges, climbs and scales stuff, repairs spaceships, speaks droid, don't need no man to save her, flies spaceships, speaks wookie, shoots blasters, has visions of the past, uses mind trick, reads minds, fights with lightsabers, and doesn't afraid of anything
is this the new baneposting?
What does /tv/ think of Roger Ebert?
What's the worst Palm d'Or winner that isn't Pulp Fiction?
$610,776,417 worldwide in 4 days.
$288,076,417 domestically in 4 days.
Worldwide, that's 100k less than what Avatar got domestically in 238 days and domestically it's pretty much half of what Avatar got domestically in 238 days.
Is there any more actors in Star Wars who hate the movies?
Was this the best scene in the entire movie?