Did Yoda literally mean that there are literally only two siths at a given time?
Or did it actually mean that both Jedis and Siths operate with a standard two-man team?
Yoda's quote was "Always two there are" but wasnt Yoda just confirming that there is infact a Phantom Menace?
It could have been the latter, but then Lucas had to ruin it with his world-building by saying the Rule of Two meant the former and was started after the Jedi thought the Sith were extinct. But then how did the Jedi know about the Rule of Two?
Sooo why didn't Kylo just use that stasis force power on Rey and then cut her head off? Why did he even bother saber dueling her?
she probably got at least the few level-ups during the escape from the base. she probably has better rolls against force powers, plus diminishing returns considering he already used force push on her
>Everyone who's seen it has already seen it
>It'll die down
>What is christmas day
What better way to torture your relatives by going and seeing a shitty movie so you don't have to talk to each other?
TFA is literally just a massive marketing campaign using a paid for franchise to get all that Christmas money out of people, either by toys, ticket sales or whatever else.
because lets be honest he's been afk for years so he's gonna be all backwards and shit with communication on a desolate rock.
also they could have it in the final fight he stops talking in that yoda mannerism and talks normally because he's gone into super serious mode and literally rekts everything
how come a series of music videos are more beautifully poignant than any movie made in the last 5 decades? is the film industry artistically bankrupt?
Music videos rely on quick cool looking visuals that have little context or meaning often copying or parodying artists of all sorts of mediums. Film on the other hand, you have to tell a story and keep the audience engaged in your story. An example of good visual poignancy that fails to deliver on story are Hannibal or anything directed by Tarsem, on the other hand Jodorowsky delivers on visuals, story, and themes.
Can we at least agree he was better than that rotting orange hag in TFA?
I would've taken a hundred Jar Jars over one Maz fucking Kanata.
What was his best role /tv/?
Who were the eight? There was like 20 people in that cabin
Everyone in the first coach minus OB: the two bounty hunters, the sheriff and daisy. The four domergue gang guys in the other coach: Channing, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen and Senor Bob.
They are going to pull Revan with her. There are hints all over the place.
Best Coen brothers film?
Will he ever be taken seriously as an actor again?
Why didn't Chewbacca, the loyal dog analog with a life debt, get shot down trying to rip Kylo Ren's arms off in revenge?
Why didn't the droids respond to the death of one of their gang, or at the very least the death of their masters' friend/lover?
Why did Chewbacca just stroll by Leia when they got back to base? Why didn't he hold her? Why didn't she hold him? Why didn't he break down sobbing and get comforted in order to show us how much he needs Han, and how Leia knew it was always bound to happen?
Why are our last memories of Han's...
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I watched Star Wars TFA a few days ago and I'm also experiencing a kind of delayed reaction to how bad it was. I just don't understand how so many millions of dollars spent on producing the film resulted in such a fucking mess, that doesn't make sense on any level, whether its emotional growth of characters, or science, or anything.
What was his name?
Why does Kylo Ren wear the mask? He has no point unlike Vader.