With all the speculation going on about snoke, can someone clear up some questions for me ?
>1. Does the rule allow for multiple sets of sith lords and apprentices or is it ONLY one apprentice and one master
>2. Is the rule still in effect after vader effectively ended the current ruling line of the siths by killing sidius and then dying?
>3.what would you call someone who isn't a sith lord or apprentice who is still a lightsaber user and affiliated with the dark side?
1. Just one set
2. There needs to be a guy. One to hold the power and the other to want it, iirc.
3. I would assume they are learning the dark side from someone. So apprentice. If not then idk
they abandoned lots of 'wiki' stuff from the prequels, like the basic force powers, the force is now back into being unlimited power, hence people stopping time/reading minds.
This was part of the effort JarJar went tru to give the new movie the original trilogy vibe
I got Kylo Ren is just fallen to the dark side/he's an edgy autist
Which is objectively the best?
Rank them from best to worst.
Now that the dust has settled what is the official /tv/ consensus on this film?
Rey is the granddaughter of Obi Wan. Duh
She's a Palpatine.
>fighting style: exactly the same
>huge force potential
>Kylo Ren seems to regard her highly
>Luke's wary look at her in the end
probably more volatile than a Skywalker
I just watched this. My intro to art house. Why do people like this shit? I mean literally, and I'm not exaggerating here, nothing happened.
Like, this thing is almost three hours long and it had a plot for maybe the first 30 minutes and then nothing.
This has got to be a joke, no one seriously thinks this is a great film, right?
>P-please buy my figures
Where is the Carrie Fisher version of this?. She didn't look as good as him at the premiere.
Misunderstood genius or talentless hack?
Lola had the more human design.
So why do I find her so much more repulsive?
>it's a Golden era Simpsons episode
>it's a "Marge becomes a vlogger about the quirks and funny things about raising children, and feminists are rightfully upset because they think she's trying to make women stop their careers and become second-class subservient to husband citizens like they were in the 50s, until Lisa gives her advice and cohosts the vlog and they make it balanced, talking about raising children in CURRENT YEAR" episode
>homer watching a tv show that ended years before is a major plotline
I can't tell if this is a good thing or a bad thing.
>want to check if Dante is involved
>check his imdb page to see what he was doing recently
fuck man I loved that guy when I was young.
the fuck, he only directs tv shows now?
Holy shit... At least his last film has Double DD there
>It's an outdoors episode
ITT: We call each other "reddit"
Bros what are some quintessential comfy movies to watch during christmas?
Every reply after this is completely wrong.