Can anyone else not stand british tv shows? Or is just me?
What was the point of Qui-Gon's character? Couldn't they have just replaced him with a slightly older Obi-Wan?
You rage, you lose.
Here is the newly updated pic
My fault. HERE is newly updated pic. OP pic is the old one.
>note the same clothes and similar poses
What does /tv/ think about Bojack Horseman?
I hate it
haven't seen it
still hate it
Signed ~ /tv/
Why do people hate the prequels again? Besides the abomination that is Jar-Jar, most of the things I've seen being criticized are things the original trilogy was already guilty off, like dragging out with unnecessary subplot sequences and putting in elements that sell merch rather than help build a story, did we suddenly forget about ewoks existing in the first place?
I don't get it. Is there anything i'm missing?
1. They weren't perfect and people were expecting greatness for decades
2. Meme-tier Reddit "reviewers" revisited them after the fact to make a "le phunny" nitpick review of them after the fact that made hating the prequels and actual meme
You can apply 90% of the criticisms of the prequels to various parts of the OT
I'm about to watch pic related, what am I in for?
Movies women will NEVER understand
it's this time again
>Looks like we've got company!
>But if you kill them, you'll be JUST LIKE THEM!
What if Rey becomes a Grey Jedi?
If you've seen all of the pictures of him he looks like the dude that taught kylo ren in the scene where they meet.
Here's a thought I had when I rewatched the movie, dunno if it's been touched upon already :
If Snoke is indeed Plagueis, what if he actually isn't a hologram like the movie makes us believe he is, but a force ghost ?
Think about it, Plagueis is meant to be the first force user to have achieved the means to 'cheat death' which in universe is shown to be reaching force ghost status upon death, just like Obiwan and Yoda did later on.
What if Plagueis has indeed been dead for decades, killed by his apprentice Sidious, and he's...
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Why did Boba Fett get so popular?
He' barely got any screentime or lines and dies like a dumbass getting knocked down by a blind Han Solo.
Well, would it?