Was it really necessary? Something to make audiences hate Kylo Ben? Is JJ just a hack?
Honestly what was his problem? Why was he such a tortured soul? He didn't get laid the whole movie spanning so many years maybe his cock was small?
In all seriousness though what was the meaning of his character if there was supposed to be one?
He wants no one else to succeed.
Seriously though, he seems to identify it as something inherent to himself, something he was born with. "If it's in me, it's in you," he ays to his perceived "brother".
He seems to consider being a misanthrope as his own defining character trait.
Was he autistic?
the sith are literally a group for people with autism
name a single sith who didn't act autistic at some point
What were your exact thoughts when watching this scene for the first time?
All of these Star Wars threads and you guys fail to ask the most important question.
Does the movie have any meme-worthy dialogue?
Tell me about Snoke. What do we know about him? What are his motives? When will he pull out that little lightsaber of his and go to town?
This film single-handedly hereby renders
>most of the books, including the Thrawn Trilogy
>most of the games, including the Dark Forces/Jedi Knight titles
>pretty much all of the comics
non-canon and obsolete.
How does it make you feel that Disney and JJ is telling you all the related merchandise and apocrypha you have bought over the years is now meaningless?
Who else is looking forward to this?
>Post yfw it blows the fuck out of Shit wars
Miss me yet, /tv/?
I may have been a shitty actor in two shitty Star Wars movies, but at least I didn't ruin any established canon.
>He didn't kill Dooku after picking up his lightsaber for the first time
>He didn't use force abilities without even being trained on how to use them
>He actually had to train on how to use a saber and spend decades working his way through the ranks to even stand a chance against a lower Sith apprentice
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You didn't watch Episode I, did you? Anakin was able to fly his first spaceship (without a booster seat), go into a space battle, get several kills, and blow up a droid control ship without so much as a scratch.
I liked the idea of the main antagonist being this badass Sith who ends up just being a brat trying to be Vader.
I also liked the scene where he kills
Hanright as the sun is just finishing getting drained. It was preditable, but well done.
I hope it follows the same arc as the original trilogy and he eventually gains redemption, I feel like he deserves it. I liked his character a lot though I wish we could see more of him in depth
What went right?
> During a recent interview with Charlie Rose, Jennifer Lawrence spoke about her recent essay for the newsletter Lenny. In the piece, Lawrence wrote about the pay gap in Hollywood—one that came to light after the Sony hacks—and, in particular, her anger at herself for not negotiating for equal pay with her male co-stars. She wrote:
>“When the Sony hack happened and I found out how much less I was being paid than the lucky people with dicks, I didn’t get mad at Sony. I got mad at myself. I failed as a negotiator because I gave up early.”
> She believes a public conversation on the wage gap is beneficial to all working women.
>Lawrence also spoke about internalized gender bias, the kind of invisible forces that mediate women’s beliefs that they can and should negotiate pay. She told Rose:
> “As a woman, we almost put this gender bias in ourselves.... I wanted to say, ‘I feel awkward negotiating, I feel uncomfortable asking for more money. I don’t want to seem like a brat, I don’t want to seem like all of the things that are words that that are used for women; they don’t have those words for males.”
Is she right?
I've reached that point of being such a douche bag that even if there is a wage gap (which there isn't) I wouldn't give two fucks.
I'm about to watch godfather for the first time what should I expect?
>it's a Jim starts lifting episode