Admit it, this robot was pretty cute.
I haven't seen threads about this serie
What do you think about it?
is this speilberg's most underrated movie?
I think it's pretty fucking great
How do you deal with the soul crushing fact that there will never be a trilogy that will beat The Lord of the Rings?
Reminders in case you forgot that these movies against all odds will go down as the biggest cinema achievement of all time
Hobbit discussion not allowed
HALF IN THE BAG: THE FORCE AWAKENS WHEN?
now the dust has settled can someone answer me why pj did cast this hairless butttwink as frodo?
some funny memes
Is this the GOAT channel?
>funny original programming
>great taste in music
>great taste in anime
>excellent selection of syndicated shows
>tfw they will never bring back based Xavier
Was anybody else disappointed by Captain Phasma?
>really didn't want a Boba Fett clone that stood around and didn't do anything.
>Proceeded to stand around and not do anything.
I don't think she ever even fired her gun, literally held at gunpoint and thrown in the trash.
She better break out of that trash chute and show me why the fuck she deserves to be captain.
Because the Disney advertising machine was hyping every aspect and character, as well as plugging that GAME OF THRONES GWENDOLINE CHRISTIE IS IN OUR MOVIE. Then her character turned out to be shit and irrelevant.
Remember how they kept talking up Monica Belluci being in that new Bond film? "The oldest Bond girl ever!"
They'll spout any shit to keep in the news.
Even as a massive Kubric fan I used to hate 2001 (still do a little bit) and ACO.
I couldn't make it through my first viewing of A Clockwork Orange when I first started watching movies as I found it too random, too 70's groovy, needlessly savage and not quite clear of the themes I was approaching, so I'd always put something else on.
This is just a public service announcement to watch the movie if you have ever pondered the meaning of an ultimate morality, state institutions, utopia or justice/punishment/rehabilitation.
The best thing about The Force Awakens
is that it opens up for many great and memeworthy speculations for the plot of the next movies or backstory.
Let's try posting some
What if Snoke really is that big? I wouldn't mind desu, it made him ethereal, Godlike and just unexplainable. Like he's so in tune with the force that he can become a physical manifestation of God.
Name one moment in TFA with as much emotional intensity in this scene.
Character motivation and the "humanity" that JJ so eloquently described as the defining trait of star wars was nowhere to be seen.
The duel between Kylo Ren and Finn had a ton of weight, admittedly not as much as the final fight that 3 movies had been leading up to.
Much better than Kylo vs Rey.
ITT: Female characters done right
Hello, my name is Mary Sue...
While it doesn't sink the film for me would it be so bad to have this girl be bad at something? She speaks droid, speaks wookie, is an excellent pilot despite the only thing we are told comes from the character's assertion. I could buy that she is tech savvy spending her life tinkering with old parts and scavenging. But literally she just masters any skill the plot calls for at the moment with just enough skill to save the day.
Come on, a character flaw would be nice.
Is there a wookipedia article for this guy?
what are some of the most absurd wookipedia articles?
Tell us 3 things you liked and 3 things you didn't like
>Poe, Kylo and Finn, great characters all round, and I thought Han worked well. Kylo was menacing, and the bro scene between FInn and Poe was one of the most exciting and hilarious segments in the whole saga.
>The visuals, sfx and sound effects were amazing, lots of great camerawork in the movie.
>Writing. The dialogue is great, both the humor and drama really hits, save for one particular moment in my mind.
>The movie felt too fast paced, like the movie didn't trust its own ability in keeping the audience engaged without speeding to another action scene or funny joke.
>Plot wastes the potential. The plot was blatantly recycled from the originals, even to the point where the major shock moment in the movie basically happened in A New Hope. Some characters could've been amazing, but the writers went routes in the plot that fucked their characters over. Phasma was bland and we didn't see any of her, the Raid actors are amazing at physical combat, and are good actors, yet get wasted in a pointless scene, I loved Kylo Ren's character in the first half, even when unmasked, but I think his plot development happened too fast, I wish I saw more of the Kylo we got in the first act. Maz Kanata was more forgettable than I had hoped for.
>Soundtrack. Probably the most shocking disappointment, John Williams has been the highlight in all the previous 6 movies, now his prescence wasn't felt, the music was bland and forgettable and the old Star Wars music was badly utilized and with poorer arrangements than expected. I really think any other composer could've made a better soundtrack to this film, because they have such a crazy high bar to reach, Michael Giacchino would've rocked, as he could have imitated John Williams' style to the point of sounding alike to the audience, and he isn't 83 years old.
>The bland, forgettable cast. Rey couldn't act for her life, Finn "le funny black sidekick" had some pretty terrible lines, and Kylo had some cringy dialogue as well. Harrison Ford didn't seem to give a shit at all.
>The terrible lightsaber fights. The choreography was extremely simple and the lightsabers behaved like colourful sticks instead of weightless swords. The prequels kinda overdid it at parts with the choreography but they were pretty to the eye at least.
>Plot is a glib fascimile. It's pretty sad that they decided to play it safe instead of coming up with a more original one. There was no suspense whatsoever in the movie.
>It ended and I won't get to see it again.
>How "raw" lightsabers felt. It really made me realize how fucking dangerous those things are.
>Kylo Ren's character. I wasn't expecting him to be so... childish? But I still loved it either way. I'm a big fan of Adam Driver's line delivery, too, so of course Kylo Ren was one of my favourite things in the film.
>The use of both special and practical effects were a nice touch
>Harrison Ford and Carrie...
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>The scene where Rey has a vision
>the movie doesn't start with a fucking lightsaber tumbling through space
>Kylo Ren. I just can't take him seriously he's literally just an edgy fuckboy
>The forced Nazi imagery/General Hux speech. They couldn't think of a way to make root against the First Order without having a discount Adolf Hitler character and a Sieg Heil moment
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Alright now that the dust has truly settled can we talk about the best character in this new flick? That passion and hatred mang, what a trooper.