I just pissed myself and am traumatized 2:25 mins in
its like fucking d-day with indians
i dont even know if i can watch this ill have nightmares. does it calm down bros? its literally too scary for me
>aren't you a little short for a stormtrooper?
CON PAZ CON PAZ
Pic related is the reason anyone gives a shit about star wars. It elevated scifi to a whole new level, then rotj came and crashed it back down
Let's talk about how amazing empire is and how amazingly shitty every scene without the emperor in jedi is
>elevated scifi to a whole new level
empire is a 2h toy commercial. It had the most iconic moment from the OT, but every patrician knows ANH is the best star wars film
ITT: Big guys.
How does it feel to be on the wrong side of history?
Can someone explain to me why this was a thing? In the OT it almost made sense for the then completely dominant Empire to throw a fortune into building some death stars, because they had galactic control and unlimited funds, and already had a massive space fleet and ground forces. The first order though doesn't seem to have jack shit other than an unnamed few systems under their control, and the last battle they faught on Jakku they got thier ass whipped.
Wouldn't it make infinitely more sense to throw all those resources into building a fleet? What are they...
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Nobody knows what the deal with anything in this movie was. JJ wants just a remake of a new hope but BETTER but never explained anything.
So in new hope they had a space station the size of a moon that blows up planets right. What if we had space Station the size of a planet that blew up whole solar systems!!
The first ordered is the shattered remnants of the empire and don't have the same support it once had. To regain their power and prove they are even greater than the empire ever was they build the Starkiller base.
It's just another nod to the empire/first order's being a space version of nazi germany. Hitler built lots of megaweapons that were pretty much useless and others that worked. Just to prove he was fucking awesome.
>looks like an absolute badass
>everyone likes the fact Star Wars has a proper villain again
>turns out to be a little bitch
>BUT THATS THE POINT HE IS TRYING TO BE VADER BUT HE IS NOT
If a character is shit, yet consistent, he is still shit.
>villain character is flawed and not likable
>WHAT BAD WRITING
Why was Slavoj Žižek in Episode VII?
Took my wife's son to see The Force Awakens and he said he couldn't understand why the bad guy always has to lose.
He says Kylo spent years training and he got beaten by someone who was simply genetically better than him.
I couldn't really disagree with him, he has a point - why do the bad guys always lose?
They don't always lose. Especially in Star Wars. The second movie the bad guys won, the entire shit prequal trilogy was won by bad guys.
Tell your wife's son that winning doesn't mean necessarily mean being able to beat someone up and you'll have taught him one lesson that'll bring him closer to being a real winner.
1) Empire Strikes Back
2) A New Hope
3) Force Awakens
4) Return Of The Jedi
5) Revenge of The Sith
6) The Phantom Menace
7) Attack of the Clones
And here I thought she's going to be the new Boba Fett and an actual badass evil female character who in the first movie would show up in the background and be intimidating and prove to be something special in later episodes.
Why did they have to throw away this character like a piece of trash? She's no TR-8R, shes an actual traitor.
boba fett didn't do anything in empire
through out the prequels Lucas would insert background characters and make them seem important and enigmatic yet have little screen time
and them market the fuck out of them
he developed this strategy in shadows of the empire
phasma is just the newest one
Why does it have a lighter?
THE PUPPIES ARE BACK
If you answer isn't First Contact, you can go to hell.