>Capeshit isn't for patricians they said
>If I release the flick in an unconventional format they might call it a film
TFA ruined the original trilogy.
4, 5 and 6 were about destroying the Empire to free the Galaxy.
What's the point if the Empire is back stronger than ever in the very next movie?
Nothing that happened in the OT matters anymore. Feel free to skip them.
Best Star Wars Moments:
>BB8 thumbs up
>Poe stealing the TIE Fighter with his bro Finn
>Every Chewbacca joke
>"That's not how the Force works!"
>Millennium Falcon reveal
>QUARTER PORTION guy
>qt Rey eating her quarter portion
>Kylo stopping the blaster fire and beheading the guy from the Seventh Seal
>The steps to Luke
Worst Star Wars Moments:
>Retarded and predictable Han death
>"The Death Star was this big... Look how big the new one is! XD"
>"Is there a trash compactor?"
>The lightsaber wiggling in the snow 'homage'
>Kylo being an cringelord by wrecking his own ship
>Rey being a Mary Sue at every problem she encounters
>Poe being an even bigger Mary Sue after his rescue
>R2 being in a coma and Deus Ex Machina-ing at the end
>Pitiful dialogue between Han and Leia
>"I think I can handle myself" girl power!!!1!!!
>The Raid guys being wasted
>Phasma being useless and getting cucked by Finn
Did I miss anything?
You can tell they really fucking struggled to give Leia lines. There's a shot at some point where she's talking to Han and it cuts to a close up of her face for the second half of the line and then cuts back. It's fucking ridiculous and I think I noticed some green-screened puppeteers holding her up.
I don't know if this was just me being picky, but did the blaster sounds feel wrong to anyone else? Like this will sound stupid, but Star Wars guns have always been a "pew pew" sound. But in this movie they had more of a "thunk thunk". And they all sounded exactly the same. Was it just me?
>how did you get his lightsaber?
>I'll tell you about that another time
What are the chances of Disney making a Boba Fett flick? There's certainly an audience for it and there's potential for a great story to be told. Also, the actor who played Jango Fett in the prequels is open to playing Boba Fett. What would you like in a Boba Fett spin-off?
>it's a vegeta episode
Are there any females on /tv/?
Why? / Why not?
why should I be a troll? It's a serious question.
>Rogue One is a year.
>Episode VIII just 5 months after that.
We no longer have to wait years between episodes, and a decade between trilogies. I'm worried that these are going to feel rushed.
Rogue One has a female lead. Might be Luke's love interest.
So what will Luke do in episode VIII?
Aside from that, does anyone think VIII will be very good? I personally think that they played it very safe with VII to warm people up.
Can't wait to see Luke being a badass in episode VIII.
Probably will be in a role that is between lead actor and supporting actor.
He will be a major part of the film and will offer guidance to his daughter Rey, and probably engage in some lightsaber fights.
Why do directors cast British actors in series set in fantasy or historical settings?
Consider Game of Thrones. Why the fuck does everyone have a British accent? It makes no sense. It's a fantasy setting, and our suspension of disbelief is that everyone speaks English. Why does it specifically need to be British?
HBO's "Rome" did this as well? Why the fuck do the ancient Romans have a British accent? You may as well make them sound like Americans.
Sorry, but it doesn't help me get immersed in another setting to hear actors be like,...
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Because they're English language shows. Also a lot of these shows have some sort of class system. An English accent can be both upper and lower class. It works well. Say these shows opted for American accents having the slaves speaking all ghetto wouldn't fit. Also as England is a lot older than America you can imagine people speaking as such in those kinds of settings. Could you imagine Sir Fucksalot riding up on his trusty steed and sound like some Californian surfer?
I'm sorry George.
I'm so sorry.
I was ungrateful. I didn't know. I didn't know that you were the last guard before the franchise became a goop of corporate profit and derivate hack directors. I didn't know it was you and Kershner, but not Kasdan who made ESB properly dark.
I am sorry George. I am so sorry.
This must be true regret. This searing pain in my soul. That we pushed you away, and have now truly entered the dark times.
I am sorry.
>I didn't know it was you and Kershner, but not Kasdan who made ESB properly dark.
So this was really mediocre, right?
Can we all agree that it was
good, but not great?
Phantom menace: 3/10
new hope: 9/10
force awakens: 81/0
The Phantom Menace: 6.5/10
Attack of the Clones: 6/10
Revenge of the Sith: 7.5/10
A New Hope: 8.2/10
Empire Strikes Back: 8.8/10
Return of the Jedi: 8/10
The Force Awakens: 7.5/10
V > IV > VI > VII > III > I > II
This is the objectively correct ranking. Personal preference means you could have it in a slightly different order, but there is only one patrician ranking and this is it.