>*dying on stage while the audience laughs and claps*
What did he mean by this?
>Hyped up to be the badass new Boba Fett
>Absolutely fucking useless
I feel like im the only person who doesnt care about star wars
i havent watched a whole star wars movie in my life and I never will
So can we all agree that the first 30 minutes or so were excellent but then the movie got gradually worse as it went on?
I think it kinda fell apart when out of nowhere The Starkiller destroyed half of the galaxy and nobody even flinched, nobody cared... and then nothing that was happening after that made any sense, running around, attack plans made in 30 second long discussions.
Hey /tv/ as an avid fan of cinema I would like to give something back to the community.My little brother created this masterpiece over the summer if you could give him some honest criticism that would be great.
Please dont dont use hateful language as he has a slight mental condition that makes him prone to throwing fits
>Left: A technological marvel with a simple but an effective story
>Right: It's like pottery, it rhymes: the movie
How long do yo think will it take until /tv/ will acknowledge Ep VII for the good movie that it was.
Thought it was great.
I liked it but blunt's character had zero ground to stand on and I don't get who would actually sympathize with her point of view. Who watches this movie with as naive of a mindset as her character has? Why does she act so petulantly? There is plenty of logical shit for her character to get upset about but she only cares about "muh procedure"
It was fun watching cartel get fucking rekt tho, I liked how it showed how one sided of a fight it would be if the US actually gave a shit about the border.
I thought Blunt's character was great!
Think about it, she was the total opposite of a Mary-sue, in fact... she behaved exactly how a woman in her situation would... she complained a lot, didn't get the big picture, and even accepts at the end that this war is too tough for her!
I would rather have that then some unrealistic female super soldier type that hollywood seems so desperate to force down everyone's throats these days.
She was still a non-character. She should have just been a straight up window for the viewer rather than almost having half assed opinions. I don't enjoy depictions of women being weak idiots regardless of how realistic it is or isn't, because it isn't enjoyable to watch to me. She shouldn't have been a super soldier, I'm just asking that she be a little bit more sympathetic in her wet-blanket-ness, cause she was written like she with a fucking middle-school understanding of politics. There...
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Things I hated:
We join the film after much of the plot has already occurred, which is then relayed to the audience via Nolan-tier expository dialog.
Revealing that Kylo Ren is the son of Han and Leia halfway into the film as a “twist” serves no purpose. In Ep V when Vader reveals he is Luke’s father to Luke, it’s a twist to both Luke and the audience. Kylo’s identity was already know by the film’s characters, so withholding it from the audience until later is a contrived plot device,.
Shit CGI on Snoke and orange lady.
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Give me recommended documentary’s
>Humanity origin to actuality
I just finished watching 'Akira' after hearing so much about it for so many years. Why is it considered a masterpiece? It was hardly that good, it was actually pretty shit. Its a non-sensical "edgy philosophy" story with whatever plot it has held together by tonnes of violence and shitty animation. Why is it considered such a great masterpiece?
>Why is it considered such a great masterpiece?
You not going to understand one way or another considering your current attitude after watching but when it was release animated movies didn't have mature content and weren't so beautiful animated and detailed. Even if you don't like the plot, which got butchered down to what you saw from a six volumes set each with three hundred pages manga, it was an amazing technical achievement.
>It was hardly that good, it was actually pretty shit.
I thought that as well but something really hooked me up in that film. Really like the Colonel, childrens and psychic Kei at the end.
American here, saw it twice. Audiences clapped for:
>Han and Chewbacca
Audiences did not clap for:
Why not Luke?
Anyone here cried?
I didn't, but I got misty-eyed at opening text crawl, Han's first appearance, Death Star fucking shit up, and the ending.
Same thing all wise hermits do for an entire movie before they show up in Star Wars.
Going slightly fucking insane.
Wait until he starts talking in riddles and offers Rey a plate of bugs to eat.
At least we can all agree that TFA was worse than prequel movies. At least prequels were trying to do something new. At least prequels have a good score. At least prequels have a soul and were not designed by corporate fucks to get as much money as possible.
If you marathoned Star Wars before seeing the new movie, friendly reminder that
is the order of the gods and the only acceptable order of viewing.