If you would get the change, would you make George Lucas the director of the new trilogy?
Even if his idea was to make the kids of the old heroes the new protagonists?
yeah. Preferably if he got writers to flesh out the script. His trilogy would've been filled with new lore/story/characters. I wouldn't be a 100% franchise cash grab as Disney's TFA.
Official Desierto thread
What did you guys think of it?
Look who showed up to my job
So can we agreed about this movie being overrated as shit?
Why do white people culturally appropriate asian cinema?
Yeah, 'cus Kurosawa never lifted anything from Western cinema.
If you dont turn to the darkside then perhaps she will....
what do you suppose is going through chewbacca's mind here?
>While physics and mathematics may tell us how the universe began, they are not much use in predicting human behavior because there are far too many equations to solve. I'm no better than anyone else at understanding what makes people tick, particularly women.
Did he have autism?
I SEND THE THUNDER FROM THE SKY
I SEND THE FIRE RAINING DOWN
> There will never be a masterpiece such as this because Dreamworks is too busy riding muh CGI dick
Im actually surprised at the number of people who haven't heard of this movie, I remember it being somewhat well known when it was in theaters.
I dont think it had a SINGLE bad song, which is somewhat amazing for a musical.
>I send the locusts on the wind, such as the world has never seen
>On every stalk, on every leaf until there's nothing left to feed
Bonus points for being a reasonably faithful adaptation of the source material too
What the fuck was this guy's problem? I can't name a bigger shitcunt in a movie this year.
He just desperately wanted to get into Valhalla before he died. Immortan Joe is responsible for indoctrinating all the War Boys into his false religion. In order for Slit to get into Valhalla he thought he had to do everything within his power to lie, cheat and weasel his way in through sheer spineless opportunism.
>end of Dagoba scene in ESB
>Yoda says "that boy was our only hope"
>Obi-wan says, "no, there is another" implying Leia could be taught the ways of the Force
So why is Leia still a rebel general in TFA and not a Jedi? Why wouldn't Luke want to train his force sensitive sister? She probably could've helped him stop Kyle Ren.