>"Killing people is WRONG, I can't do this"
>In his escape alone, murders douzens of his stormtrooper brothers, people he grew up with, trained with, that were like his family
Were we supposed to root for this guy?
TFA is the highest grossing movie in the first day of all time.
>there were people who wanted this movie to do badly
>there are people who don't like sci fj
>people actually believe Star Wars can beat this
TWO POINT SEVEN BILLION DOLLARS
last one was a shit fest. get in here if you can behave.
Don't know why people have such a hard time with the premise. The show uses the worldwide unexplained disappearance to bring to the forefront humanity's anxieties about death and the universe. What's our place in it? What does it all mean? How can I feel safe when I could disappear at a moment's notice? All those questions applied before The Departure and they apply after, The Departure is just used so that the old rationalisations no longer work as well as they once did and we have a kind of "Year Zero" where humanity has to find meaning all over again.
third for nora
Wait....aren't stormtroopers supposed to be a clone of this guy? Why isn't Finn a latino?
After months of excitement I took my kids to see Star Wars. A few minutes into the film my son got motion sickness. This is where we've been for most of the movie. Sometimes being a dad is rough.
Where's the fucking camrip?
>implying the Portions Master wasn't one of the best parts of TFA
This is the only right answer and anyone who says otherwise is fucking baiting and memeing.
The only objectively wrong way to rate these films is to put any sequel or prequel over any OT film, or to put any film but 2 at the bottom.
I'm convinced it's not actually possible to make a film worse than episode 2.
>/tv/ likes the prequels all of a sudden
>tfw your defiant acceptance of the prequels' hidden merits against all these years of attack has finally paid off
Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Electro-Stick Guy Strikes Back
That gif is literally my favorite moment in the movie. Nice to see a stormtrooper actually put up a fight
Also liked when Kylo Ren went ham on the dashboard with his saber. Looked like a great way to relieve stress
Jesus fuck that was intense.
>finish your meal
Why would something like this need character development?
>pretty generic plot
Another word for simple, nothing wrong with a simple plot, it's usually said it's best to keep things simple.
I thought it was great.
If you don't have an engaging plot to focus on, you need interesting characters to make up for it.
All we have is a main character that likes to smoke, a generic vague CIA type and a brooding revenge type.
That's just me, it kinda fell flat.
Was it a hoax?
You know it's true.
The prequels were much better written, they had actual characters and story, not a bunch of memes and one-liners that lack any emotion or coherence. Luke is a cliched everyboy "hero" that goes through an absurdly rapid transformation between the fifth and the sixth episodes. Anakin's emotional instability and his exposure as a psychopath are gripping; and his doomed relationship with Padme is touching. In the "original trilogy" Han, Leia, Darth Vader and Obi Wan are complete meme characters, nothing about them is remotely believable or human. And why...
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Tell me the moment you realized
Han was going to die.
For me, it was
when Ren walked into the room and I remembered that both the OT and PT had the older father figure character die when he faced the Villain in Black.I'm sure there were people who figured it out earlier, though.