>everyone likes the new movie but us
Why? Are we different? Does it have something to do with our collective loneliness?
What's wrong with us?
the new movie is fine. you're confusing your small criticisms with glaring flaws. go back and watch a new hope. i love that movie but it's a fact that the movie turns to complete shit once they arrive at the death star. basically, stop pretending that star wars has ever been some magnificently quality experience.
Liking this movie is a meme it was garbage
>moments watching episode 7 where you threw up in your seat
Rey knows how to pilot the falcon better then Han
Try to keep it one thing per post
You lied to me, /tv/. You told me this show was bad.
I was surprised when I found myself laughing hysterically. The jokes in this show are god tier.
George Lucas' son doesn't like The Force Awakens, homies. He also really loves the prequels. He spends most of his time on this earth tweeting about this.
Jett, you're the one making all the anti-TFA and pro-prequel threads, aren't you?
Hey /tv/ does this trigger anobody??
Just watched Star Wars
Ask me anything
Why are there never white guy + black girl coupling in movies?
**TFA - Spoiler**
How did that little bar owner with the funny glasses get into possession of Lukes lightsaber from Cloud City? Do you figure this will be touched upon in any upcoming books etc?
How would you write its journey to the Awakening force?
who is that supposed to be? I know it was cut from the movie because she hands it to find. That looks like Leias costume, but she never met Maz. When was this supposed to take place?
>Jedi's must train from an extremely young age
>It takes years and years to learn how to master the force
>This fully grown bitch masters the force in seconds after only finding out about it an hour ago and beats a highly skilled sith apprentice.
Also the whole "I'M AN STRONG, INDEPENDENT WOMAN!" role rammed down our throats was extremely off putting.
Good one, Disney.
It takes him three movies to successfully beat Darth Vader and to be confident in his own abilities.
It takes Rey a mere 1 hour to become SUPER STRUNK WIMMIN WHO CAN EASILY DEFEAT CIS WHITE SITH SCUM
How did we go from this.
What are some films that really communicate the fear, the threat, or act of death?
Are there any films (besides Enter The Void) that similarly explore the experience of death itself without any religious elements? I'm not so much interested in the after-life as the final experiences of a dying mind.
Sorry for being so edgy.
you may recognize the main character from such films as "the force awakens"
What does /tv/ think of Lost in Translation
extremely racist movie
>whites are the only real people in foreign countries. asians are just weird entities you have to wade through.
I hope Japan makes a counterpart film where an old japanese guy goes to america laughs at why people here don't cut their food before serving and keep rolling his eyes at stuff like celebrating turkeys just so people realize how head up your ass this kind of film is
Cut my dad into pieces
This is my last resort
Suffocation, no breathing
Don't give a fuck if I punch my side bleeding