Gay ass movie
>Force Awakens, directed by Abrams, began showing at 7 p.m. in thousands of theaters, drawing a heavily male audience (71 percent)
>71% male audience
But how? The media has been telling us for years that women love "nerd culture" just as much as men.
Captain Solo, I'm Rey.
My flight plan lists me, Finn, Captain Solo here but ONLY ONE OF YOU!
It's been 15 long years and now we can finally put these behind us.
/tv/ you don't know how happy I am that Star Wars is alive again.
It's crazy how bad 7 made the prequels look, sure it has flaws but fuck me it has everything 1-3 lacked... Humanity.
As somebody who actually likes the prequels better then the originals, is 7 worth seeing?
Does it try to do it's own thing or is it just pandering to original trilogy fans? Go ahead and spoil me if you have to to explain, I don't care.
Honestly best performance in the whole flick. I can see him becoming the next Denzel Washington.
inb4 /pol/ butthurts sperging
It was like two people that didn't talk to each other were writing his character. He changes interchangeably from coward to brave to coward to brave to coward to brave then comatose.
Why does he have such a personality despite growing up as a brainwashed child soldier?
GET IN HERE
SAVE YOUR TASTE
>They nuked Jacen/Caedus for some Sithboo cosplaying Nu Metal faggot who kicks puppies and asks Vader's skull to help him be darker and edgier.
JUST FUCK MY FRANCHISE UP, SENPAI
Another thing about Jacen is how much material there was for him. We know who he is and how he fell and why. We don't know anything about Kylo but we're supposed to believe he's "conflicted" because he says so? Are we supposed to feel sorry for him after he uses his father's love for him to get him into a position where he can stab him?
Rey did I ever tell you about the time I used my force powers to make these little bear people on the forest moon of Endor think C-3PO was their god so that they would help us defeat the Empire. They were good friends
this looked better, too bad they reshot it
Why were the late 90's and early 2000's such an innocent time?
Honestly because crime was down, the economy had been growing for 2 decades, the west didn't have any international enemies , and the growth in technology and media had been astronomical
Now only one of those things is true
>"Dad, who's posting on 4chan past midnight?"
>"Alcoholics, the unemployable, angry loners..."
Well, which one are you, /tv/?
Best villian or best villian ever?
How does Kylo rank now? And how will he rank as the saga progresses?
>BB8 puts his thumb up
>Whole theater loses their shit
The fuck? I didn't get it
>Who authorized you to take off that helmet?
If I was a studying historian, specialising in English and British history, how likely is this movie to rustle my jimmies?
Well considering the main battle they won happened on a bridge, the majority of fighters survived and actually died of dehydration, starvation, pneumonia; the fact the princess he screws later was a baby when Wallace was leading his rebellion, and the fact that the Scottish nobles were really the heroes and Wallace got alot of Scots killed, if that jimmies your whistles and all.