How long did it take you to realize TFA was trash and the Star Wars franchise has turned into a corporate tool?
For me it was at the end of TFA, I kept hoping it would get better but it got worse as it progressed.
Why doesn't anyone explore this area?
Lets talk about the best action hero in the history of cinema.
>A 7th-dan black belt in Aikido
>the first gaijin foreigner to operate an Aikido dojo in Japan
>accidentally breaking actor Sean Connery's wrist during production of Never Say Never Again
>He's a fully trained professional as a real-life sheriff for Arizona and Louisiana
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>be me, in theater watching TFA
>Leias voice for the first time
>that fucking voice
>her voice is actually lower than Han's
>she's obviously wearing dentures
>ruins every single scene she's in
>looks worse than my 80+ y.o. grandmammy despite being 59
What the fuck anons? How do you justify this?
can someone ELI5 why this film gets so much hate on this board?
Is Rey waifu bait trash for the Asians?
Damn this shit was good. What's some other essential Star Wars media outside of the main series of films?
YOU TORE UP HER PICTURE
LEAVE ME ALONE
>"Because it's the right thing to do"
10/10 script right there
I'm seeing rave reviews for Jessica Jones and I think I will start watching it. What does TV think of the show?
Forcing someone to sign a document sort of contradicts the purpose of a signature on a document.
You might as well just forge it if you're gonna MAKE her sign it.
No /who/ edition?
Am I the only one that liked the Christmas special? What did /who/ think of it?
There were skits and cameos and they explained that yes Star Wars The Force Awakens is blatantly copy pasted from the original Star Wars but that's okay because NOW they only have original ideas left to do for the other movies! Right? R-Right???
I didn't watch it.
Was it just Demo Reel with his Nostalgia Critic on where he remakes the movie scenes with twelve Years a Shuffle and the fat chick?
After that last review, I wish he'd simply end his life.
>$154 million budget
>up against Star Trek Beyond
>late in the summer after Independence Day, Warcraft, TMNT, Captain America and X-Men
Are they going to make that money back, /tv/?