Why do they have to touch it?
Ask me anything.
Kylo Ren is a double agent. Luke Skywalker sent him under cover. Kylo shows Han this with his ability to reach into minds and vice versa. Han sacrifices himself so Kylo doesn't have to kill him.
This is why his greatest fear is that he will never be as strong as Darth Vader. He fears he won't have the strength to throw the dark side away as his grandfather did.
Figured as much, but it wasn't really foreshadowed in depth.
Are you ready for the dawn of dogkino, /tv/?
The theatrical/original cut of this film is the best, definitive version.
Prove me wrong, fuck-os
Girls coming over and she wants to laugh
top tier comedies, for the love of god I don't have much time
dropped this show after finishing S1
what am I missing?
What does /tv/ think of this? Personally I loved it. Pure Television kino.
I haven't seen this and I'm looking for a movie to watch
is it really as bad as /tv/ claims?
All these animal actors are dead
I liked the premise of this movie but it really didn't need 3 hardcore gay scenes in the middle.
I actually did like it. Seemed like something Logo might have put out before they only showed Rosanne marathons.
I think you need to watch it again. I didn't really get much of that at all.
Reminder that a children's movie is making more money than BvS.
Zootopia was some of the best fun I've had in years.
Why nobody is talking about this great film?
I tried but everytime I did I got called a shill by people who hadn't even seen the movie. Everyone I know that's seen it loves it, though. Easily the best non-capeshit action film of the 2016 so far, and it looks like Bourne is the only thing this year that might top it.
Any movie convey this pic?
What went right?
Anthony Perkins' 10/10 GOAT performance for one
Also Hitchcock's total willingness to throw the entire rulebook out the window just to give himself a laugh and then actually being skilled enough to pull it off.