Is this the most iconic scene in the movie?
There was audible murmurs, whispers and then cheering and applauding in the audience as soon as she lit the saber, probably the only thing in the movie that garnered an applause that didn't involve one of the OT characters.
Do you accept her as the hero of the sequel trilogy?
For me, this was the most iconic scene of the movie.
SJWs are mad because misogynists are calling Rey a Mary Sue
Are there any art house christmas films/cinema?
Hope. Why is she so perfect?
Post rare tarantino
The alleged domestic violence
The confirmation that he's in the clink
Don't drink and fuck unstable broads in their 20's, kids.
She is a dumb 20something, but they've been "together" for a while. She's the daughter of the comedian Vinny Brand, who is around Ant's age. Daddy issues and substance abuse abounds, obviously. When you're an old man trying to bag young chicks they're always going to be unstable. You fuck and run. You don't keep them around or else things like this will happen.
Where is my fucking torrent?
Name a more bland forgettable franchise than this.
At least hunger games had Stanley Tucci
>It's a movie that suffers from the Smurfette principle
Lol of course it's bland and forgettable, on top of being sexist and a stereotype.
>MFW the Indominus was a better antagonist than Kylo Ren
HE DID IT THE ABSOLUTE MAD MAN
Did anyone else go back and rewatch the prequels after TFA and realize they weren't actually all that bad? TFA feels like it was created by a machine that was told to make a derivative work based on Episodes 4-6 and it tries so hard not to introduce anything new to the series or offend any fans that it fails to establish itself as a new entry while the prequels at least have the balls to try their own thing, even if it's not all that great at all times. Seriously, you guys should give the prequels another chance with as little prejudice as possible and you'll enjoy them.
/tv/ is literally Contrarian - The Board. Whatever is popular is hated and whatever is unpopular is loved.
It's a widely accepted fact that the prequels had terrible CGI, horrendous dialogue, and a poorly written/executed plot. Now that people are liking TFA all these "I gotta be different" people are coming out of their holes to praise the prequels in an attempt to be some sort of high taste patrician who sees what us plebs are too blind to appreciate. Shit's pathetic.
it's more of an issue if you watch the highlights of the prequels.
stuff like the Duel of Fates, Unlimited Power, etc, totally outclasses TFA, it has nothing on the level of those scenes.
but if you watch the full movies then you're stuck with those scenes being surrounded with drivel.
Does anyone actually think this will be good?
Or that it even could be?
did we ever discuss Crimson Peak?
did anybody really boycott or didnt watch it because of black dude?